HANDS-ON ANIMAL PRESENTATION IN YES
Students and staff learned about animal adaptations, life cycles, ecology, conservation and threatened species when Animals Anonymous visited the YES Centre on Friday.
During the presentation students got to meet a red-legged pademelon, a dunnart, rough scaled python, goanna, salt water crocodile, gecko, frilled-neck lizard, carpet python and a tawny frogmouth.
The visit was a very interactive and hands-on experience with animals and reptiles of all shapes and sizes. Students had the opportunity to ask presenters questions about the animals, their diet and habitat.
Animals Anonymous is a mobile team of wildlife demonstrators and environmental educators whose aim is to raise awareness about Australian wildlife and the reason it is so important to conserve the local ecosystems and habitat.