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Endangered Species


Description

HASS: How do people influence the human characteristics of places and the management of spaces within them? (GEOGRAPHY Year 5 ACHASSK113) | Responses of governments, including the Australian Government, and international organisations to environmental threats since the 1960s, including deforestation and climate change (HISTORY Year 10 ACDSEH128) > SCIENCE: Science knowledge helps people to understand the effect of their actions (USE AND INFLUENCE Year 4 ACSHE062) | Interactions between organisms can be described in terms of food chains and food webs; human activity can affect these interactions (BIOLOGICAL Year 7 ACSSU112) | Science knowledge can develop through collaboration and connecting ideas across disciplines (NATURE AND DEVELOPMENT Year 7 ACSHE223) | People use scientific knowledge to evaluate whether they should accept claims, explanations or predictions (USE AND INFLUENCE Year 9 ACSHE160)

Artefacts

  • Introduced: Ear Tag, Sheep + box

Specimens

  • Butterfly: Birdwing, Richmond, Female + box
  • Butterfly: Birdwing, Richmond, Male + box
  • Coral: Bleached + box
  • Finch: Gouldian + cover
  • Frog: Day, Southern + cover
  • Introduced: Ant, Fire, Red + box
  • Introduced: Cat, Skull + box
  • Introduced: Dog, Skull + box
  • Introduced: Toad, Cane + box
  • Introduced: Turtle, Maylan Box + box
  • Introduced: Vine, Dutchman's Pipe
  • Vine: Richmond Birdwing

Models

  • Excavator: + box
  • Marine Debris: + box
  • Pollutants

Printed Resources

  • Disappearing Wetlands
  • Keeping Tabs on Marine Debris
  • Map: Cane Toad Distribution in Australia
  • Map: Fire Ant Restricted Area A3
  • Map: Occurrence of Tramp Ants in Queensland
  • Marine Debris Survey Form
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