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Animals | African Cranes
The Endangered Wildlife Trust works tirelessly to preserve these magnificent birds - take this micro-class now to assist them to do so and learn more about these beautiful birds.
Animals | Blue Crane
The national bird of South Africa, it is only found in South Africa, small parts of Namibia and Swaziland. Like all cranes, it dances and like a lot of cranes, it is losing a place to live! Help the Endangered Wildlife Trust preserve one of the most beautiful cranes by taking this micro-class now.
Animals | African Grass Owl
Grass owls are also prone to being hit by motor vehicles because of their low-level hunting style. Grain spillage from transport trucks attracts rats to the roadside, which in turn attracts hungry owls. Although blinded by your headlights, if an owl can hear you coming, they will try and get out of the way. So when travelling our highways and byways, do your bit and “Hoot” if you see an owl. What else can you do to help conserve these silent hunters? Find out by taking our micro-class. 20% of the proceeds go to the Endangered Wildlife Trust, who are working to conserve all of our animals 24/7/365!!
Animals | Bees
Ever heard that without bees humans will become extinct? Okay so that’s not necessarily the case, but our diets would suffer tremendously. The variety of foods available would diminish, and the cost of certain products would surge. You can do the simple things outlined in this class, to encourage bees into your garden and to help them survive, so that you can keep eating the delicious foods that they are responsible for pollinating. Gourmets and gardeners - help save the bees and your Instagram pics will remain as colorful as they are now! Types of bees and what they do Why are bees important to our ecosystem? Tips for gardeners What you can do This class has been created by sustainability expert Denise Galvin and proceeds go to SOAFRICA, who are dedicated to preserving this world for all of us!
Animals | Black Rhino
Is the Black Rhino a browser or a grazer? How long do they live naturally - is it 12 years or is it 50? Find out more about this fascination and critically endagered animal - 20% of your micro-class fee goes towards it's conservation through the EWT - the Endangered Wildlife Trust.
Animals | Cheetah
Did you know that Cheetahs are the only big cat that cannot roar? Do you know how fast a cheetah can run? Why does it have those two black streaks under its eyes? Learn more about the fastest land animal and 20% of your micro-class fee goes towards the Endangered Wildlife Trust.
Animals | Cnidaria
The name Cnidaria comes from the Greek word ‘cnidos’, which means stinging nettle. They get this name from the many stinging cells housed in the tentacles of most Cnidarians. Cnidarians are aquatic invertebrate animals; they have muscle fibres which give them the ability to move around or stretch out to capture food.It includes anemones, jellies, corals, bluebottles & many less well-known members; almost all having one universal characteristic – the ability to sting. Learn more with this incredible micro-class created by Two Oceans Aquarium.
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Animals | Dugong
If you are related to an elephant and only eat grass, then you must be a dugong! Not only are they extremely cute, but you can tell their age by the number of rings they have on their tusks, just like a tree! Find out more about these gentle sea creatures by taking our micro-class today. 20% of the proceeds go to the EWT - helping them preserve animals not only on the land, but in the sea as well!
Animals | Lion
Known as the King of the Jungle, with a roar that can be heard 8km away, the lion is the most social of the big cats. Did you know that the lion was once found throughout Africa, Asia and Europe but now exists only in Africa with one exception. The last remaining Asiatic lions are found in Sasan-Gir National Park in India, which was primarily created to protect the species. Take our micro-class now and help to preserve the habitat of these magnificent predators.
Animals | Owls
Did you know that some owls have a built in comb? That's right - just like John Travolta in Grease, they never leave home without it. 'Owl' you need to know about owls and creating an owl friendly space - dispel the myths about owls as well as: Learn about the South African owl species. Learn about owls’ diet. Learn about owl pellets and prey analysis. Learn about general owl morphology and how it aids in hunting (ears, eyes, talons, feathers). Learn about owl mythology. Learn about threats to populations. Learn about conservation efforts and education programmes. Support the owlproject.org who believe in creating owl friendly children, who go on to be owl friendly adults, living within owl friendly environments
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