Learning From Fossils - Stage 6 - Biology
In these educator-led activities students use real fossils and bones to investigate the evolution of Australian biota.
Museum educator-led program
Students use the processes used by Palaeontologists to reconstruct animals from their fossil remains by comparing fossils from extinct Megafauna with bones from their modern-day relatives. They investigate the evolution of the Platypus and explore possible reasons for the extinction of Australian Megafauna.
- Syllabus links: Biology Stage 6. Detailed syllabus links
- Maximum number of students: 30 (4 groups per day)
- Duration: One hour
- Cost: $4.40 (incl GST) per student. Free general entry for booked school students.
- Available: Monday to Friday during term time
Education Resource Kit
Complimentary Self-guided Activity
Ms Helen Wheeler , Learning Services Operations Manager