This program takes a close up look at the fascinating biodiversity that inhabits our local creeks, rivers and waterways. Learn interesting facts about mussels, yabbies, freshwater fish, frogs & reptiles! Bringing biodiversity into your classroom and learn to live more sustainably!
Freshwater Mussel - Called a bi-valve because it has two shells.
Yabby - Hides in burrows during the day, searches for food at night.
Barramundi - Name means large-scaled river fish.
Eastern Water Dragon - Can hold breath underwater up to 30min to hide from predators.
- Learn about the different groups of animals that inhabit our local freshwater ecosystems.
- How do different animals adapt to their environment?
- How have changes in the physical conditions of the environment affected the survival of species?
- How does the human population affect the freshwater ecosystems?
- What can we do to make a difference?