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Broad Headed Snake – The Rarest Snake in Sydney?
Rumbalara Environmental Education Centre is hosting a FREE webinar on the Broad Headed Snake – The Rarest Snake in Sydney? It will be held on Tuesday 12th October 2021 at 10:30am. The approx. one hour webinar will be conducted by an experienced DoE teacher.
– Discover what methods scientists use to research the Broad Headed snake.
– Explore what has caused the decline of this endangered species.
– Investigate what scientists are doing to help the Broad Headed Snake.
– Find out what you can do to help conserve this remarkable reptile.
- describe how changing physical conditions in the environment affect the growth and survival of living things
- describe the structural and/or behavioural features of some native Australian animals and plants and why they are considered to be adaptations.
- explain how the features of some Australian animals are adaptations for survival and reproduction in their environment
- outline the structural features used to group living things, including animals.
BROUGHT TO YOU BY: Rumbalara Environmental Education Centre
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Requirements: Technology, Materials and Pre and Post event requirements.
Participants require internet and Zoom Access. Once the booking is confirmed a Webinar link will be sent.
If you have any queries please contact the provider
Name: Christine Freeman
Email: [email protected]