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Founded in 1914, the Rosamond Gifford Zoo at Burnet Park is amongthe top 10 percent of zoos in the country as anaccredited member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA). The zoo isdedicated to connecting people to the natural world by providing engaging guestexperiences, exceptional animal care, and unparalleled conservation education.
Our distance learning programs will introduce you to a wide range oftopics including adaptations, habitats, life cycles, as well as many otherinteresting and exciting topics to enrich the minds and hearts of all agegroups.
tigers have such big teeth? How far can an owl its head? In this program,
discover how animals survive in their environments using specific body parts
or behaviors known as adaptations.
birds covered with feathers? Why do turtles have shells? Learn about the
different types of coverings, the animals that have them, and how it helps
them to survive.
rely on different parts of their body to move, which aids in their survival.
Learn about the different body parts of animals and even see a few zoo
animals move using different parts of their bodies. Learn how to move their
owl turn its head all the way around? Do porcupines shoot their quills? Can
turtles leave their shells? Find out by joining us as we present and analyze
some myths and misconceptions about animals found at the zoo!
deserts, tropical rainforests…these are just some of the places our animals
call home. Discover some of the common biomes and how animals that live
there have adapted to survive.
move and use their senses just like us. See for yourself how some different
animals move, smell, hear, and feel and use a few of your own senses to learn
how they survive in the wild!
rainforests are one of the most diverse environments on earth, with over half
of our known plant and animal species residing there. You will explore the
layers of rainforest and the animals that inhabit them. Learn how humans...
How do some of your favorite animals survive in the wintertime? Learn how some animals adjust to the cold, how some avoid it,
and how others thrive and enjoy it. You might be surprised at just
how many animals at Rosamond Gifford Zoo love the...
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