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Chester Zoo

We visited Chester Zoo to enhance our scientific knowledge on our topic 'evolution and inheritance'. Whilst at the zoo, we learnt about Charles Darwin and his discoveries on the Galapagos Islands. We also looked at the process of evolution in frogs and how their markings have evolved to create camouflage in the rainforest. 

 

Did you know... a giraffe's neck never used to be so long? Their closest living relative is the okapi. Giraffes needed to reach the highest leaves on the tree to access more food, so over time their necks evolved.

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Picture 12 Can you spot the four frogs?
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Picture 14 Emma proudly displaying her evolution t-shirt!
Picture 15 We made some new friends!
Picture 16 At one with nature.
Picture 17 At one with nature.
Picture 18 Bobby felt very at home with the orangutans!
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Picture 20 Feeling disheveled after the bat cave!
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