“The Only Thing That Is Constant Is Change” Heraclitus
The concepts of adaptation, classification, evolution and speciation are brought to life through the observation of primates, the comparison of skulls and a couple of games, one of which will be outside in one of the sections of the zoo. Click HERE for a more detailed outline of the program.
- Unit B: Ecosystems & Population Change
- Compare Lamarckian and Darwinian explanations of evolutionary change.
- Summarize and describe lines of evidence to support the evolution of modern species from ancestral forms.
- Describe modern evolutionary theories.
- Unit D: Changes in Living Systems
- Describe the adaptation of species over time due to variation in a population, population size and environmental change.
- Describe evidence for evolution by natural selection.
- Compare gradual evolution with punctuated equilibrium.
Length: 5 hours (includes 1 hour lunch break)
Time offered: 9.30am-2.30pm (Please let us know if you need an altered start or finish time)
Maximum 2 per day, classroom dependent
Program Fees: $350
Availability: September - April
Maximum 37 students
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