Scientific Eye Series 3 (1990)
A series of five programmes from the broadcast schools' science series, each of which examines a single topic, with individual stories being used to illustrate more general scientific ideas.
The programmes are: Habitat and dependence; Cells and systems; Stars and planets; Weather and rocks; Electronics and controls.
1 Why have the barn-owls’ numbers in Britain dropped?
2 How would you explain the term “habitat”?
What should a habitat provide?
3 What would you need to have an Iguana as a pet? Name 3 things.
4 Can humans provide animals in captivity with all their needs? Explain your answer.
5 What do you think is meant by the words “food chain”?
Can you give an example of a food chain?
6 Write down a “food chain” that includes humans. Answer the following:
a. Where does the food chain start?
b. What happens in the end?
7 Why is it important to check what is going on in rivers and streams?
8 Is pollution the only way that habitats are being altered by humans?
List a few possibilities.
Tagged under: Habitat,Dependance
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