Lesson 10: The Southern Ocean and penguin adaptation with Dr Lucy Quinn
This resource supports learning about adaptation, looking at penguins in the Southern Ocean. Children describe the similarities and differences in the features of penguins and land birds and describe how penguins are adapted to their habitat. The lesson is introduced in a presentation featuring Lucy Quinn, a Zoology Field Assistant for the British Antarctic Survey, who talks about her work in this field.
The resource, provided by Encounter Edu has been developed in conjunction with leading marine research institutes including the National Oceanography Centre, University of Exeter, Plymouth Marine Laboratory and the British Antarctic Survey. It is part of the Our Ocean Planet collection of resources.
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|Subject(s)||Cross curricular, Science, Earth science|
|Published||2010 to date|