ANIMALS ANONYMOUS VISITS YES CENTRE
Students had a hands-on experience with animals and reptiles of all shapes and sizes when Animals Anonymous visited the YES Centre last Wednesday.
During the presentations students got to meet a bettong, squirrel glider, a pygmy python, salt water crocodile, knob-tailed gecko, carpet python and a tawny frogmouth.
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.
Students learned about animal adaptations, life cycles, ecology, conservation and threatened species.