• Saving a Species

    How far should we go to save a species? We often help injured animals and protect endangered species through a zoo or safari park. We may even bring them back from the brink of extinction. But many animals are too large to keep in small spaces. Some people suggest animals shouldn’t be held captive at all. We will discuss different aspects of information and let you decide.

    Facilitator
    Anturus (UK)
    Format
    Online (Watch on Demand)
    Suitable For
    Teachers with secondary school students
    Language
    English with Chinese & English subtitles
    Date & Time

    23.03.2022 – 22.05.2022

    Remarks
    • The video lasts for about 20mins.
    • Schools are required to register through Croucher Science Week school-event registration site. Registered schools will receive a link and enjoy unlimited access to both public and school programmes at the school-event website during the event period.
    • Registration will be available on 1st March 2022 at 12noon.
  • The Jungle World

    Forests cover 30% of the land surface on Earth. Many animal species rely on the forests and jungles to survive. But how important are they, and what will happen if we continue to cut them down? We take a look at some of the most interesting animals in the jungles and what challenges they face, all across the world from South America to Asia, the Arctic, and Africa. The jungles and rainforests of the Earth are important to humans but much more important to the animals who live there!

    Facilitator
    Anturus (UK)
    Format
    Online (Watch on Demand)
    Suitable For
    Teachers with primary and secondary school students
    Language
    English with Chinese & English subtitles
    Date & Time

    23.03.2022 – 22.05.2022

    Remarks
    • The video lasts for about 8mins.
    • Schools are required to register through Croucher Science Week school-event registration site. Registered schools will receive a link and enjoy unlimited access to both public and school programmes at the school-event website during the event period.
    • Registration will be available on 1st March 2022 at 12noon.
  • The Winter World

    In some places, winter brings ice, snow and cold so harsh that it can kill. But many animals survive and thrive in these winter habitats despite the conditions. What do these habitats look like? What kinds of animals live there? Snow and ice support some curious wildlife, and our winter landscapes and the wildlife in it are changing. We will discuss how they adapt, and what new obstacles stand in their way.

    Facilitator
    Anturus (UK)
    Format
    Online (Watch on Demand)
    Suitable For
    Teachers with primary and secondary school students
    Language
    English with Chinese & English subtitles
    Date & Time

    23.03.2022 – 22.05.2022

    Remarks
    • The video lasts for about 8 mins.
    • Schools are required to register through Croucher Science Week school-event registration site. Registered schools will receive a link and enjoy unlimited access to both public and school programmes at the school-event website during the event period.
    • Registration will be available on 1st March 2022 at 12noon.