We've produced a number of factsheets on a range of topics from Animal Facts to Environmental facts as part of our commitment to encouraging young people's understanding of the environment and of the need for sustainability.
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Killer whales are the only whale to prey on other warm-blooded animals. Like wolves, they are pack hunters and will even attack a lame blue whale.Read More
Whales are warm-blooded mammals and the largest creatures on earth. The magnificent blue whale is the largest animal that has ever lived on this pl...Read More
Schools that have begun to develop their grounds often invariably report that this has led to beneficial changes in the relationships, attitudes an...Read More
How we can identify animals by Footprints, Pellets, Nuts and Seeds, Droppings and SkullsRead More
Share your garden with wildlifeRead More
Even though our British winter is not nearly so cold and severe as polar winters, plants and animals still have to be able to adapt to low temperat...Read More
If an animal or plant is to survive it must be able to fit in with the environmental conditions which occur in its habitat. This fitting in is call...Read More
Wolves are the largest wild members of the dog family. They live in packs and have to co-operate in order to survive. The Arctic Wolf is a highly r...Read More
Green woodpeckers are most common in old parkland but will live happily in any habitat that offers a mixture of large old trees and areas of close ...Read More
The world population is now over 7 billion and is increasing.Read More
Grevy's zebra is the largest of all the zebras and it is an endangered species.Read More
The subject of the rights or wrongs of zoos can be very emotive with many unbalanced views being put forward by people who have little real knowled...Read More