Yufei Li Winged Migration Bird Migration is one of the most fascinating aspects of the avian world. Twice a year, billions of birds migrate vast distances across the mediterranean. From Europe to Africa, the birds’ journey across transcending landscapes. Along their flyways, many of the migratory species are in decline, assailed by multiple threats, while the climate change alters their natural sense of navigation and time control.
Africa is the second largest continent in the world. It is very diverse, with a wide variety of land, climate changes, and wildlife. Africa is the most populated continent, with 1,022,234,000 people. African languages are varied with more than 1,000 languages spoken across the continent.
Trilithon - Since Neolithic times, the climate of North Africa has become drier. A reminder of the desertification of the area is provided by megalithic remains, which occur in great variety of form and in vast numbers in presently arid and uninhabitable wastelands: dolmens and circles like Stonehenge, cairns, underground cells excavated in rock, barrows topped with huge slabs, and step-pyramid-like mounds. Most remarkable are the trilithons
Scientists discover there are four species of giraffe, not just one
Researchers from the Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre and Goethe University in Germany looked at the DNA of 190 giraffes from across their range in Africa. The genetic data showed that four separate species of giraffes
Climates Around the World - Treetop Displays - 9 A4 posters showing different types of climates around the world. Great for classes learning about the weather, climates and biomes. Includes: title poster, introduction, arid, tropical, tundra, polar, temperate, Mediterranean and climate zones. Visit our website for more information and for other printable classroom resources by clicking on the provided links. Designed by teachers for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2…