Seals are marine mammals found the world over. Characterised by their torpedo shape, seals are intelligent and playful animals. Antarctica is home to different seal species, each sharing a basic ...READ MORE
Kauri are a tuakana species in Aotearoa – they are like the older sibling, towering above the ngahere (forests), giving protection for the younger organisms. Kauri forests once covered over a ...READ MORE
In this recorded professional learning session, Shanthie Walker from DOC and Lyn Rogers explore resources and ideas to support your students’ learning outside the classroom. They model a process ...READ MORE
Seaweek is New Zealand’s annual national week about the sea. It is hosted by the New Zealand Association for Environmental Education and includes a wide range of events, activities, competitions ...READ MORE
Did you know the world's most recent super-eruption created Lake Taupō 25,500 years ago? And did you know that the world's biggest eruption in the last 5,000 years also happened right here in New ...
Most of us get around in cars, either as drivers or passengers, so you might think rail has little to do with us nowadays. Think again - we all have to go through level crossings and sometimes ...
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