Camouflage (VIC)

Cultural Infusion

Camouflage
Imen Ghazouani is a biologist and a geologist from the desert landscape of Tunisia in North Africa - just across the Mediterranean from France.

Camouflage lets students get get hands-on with the techniques for disappearance, and answers some of life’s most intensely interesting questions such as: Why do zebras have stripes? and How many zebras are there, anyway?

Colouration that matches the background is just one of the many forms of camouflage. Students will be astonished at all of the insects and animals they haven’t been seeing.
They might well wind up going to sleep, desperately trying to count zebras.

This Science Communicator program is part of a series of school incursions developed to highlight the underpinning role that culture plays in shaping human progress, presented in partnership with the Royal Society of Victoria.

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Show Details

Type

incursion

Year Level Suitability

Prep-2 to 3-6

Curriculum area

Science , Geography

Themes

Artform

Lecture, Workshop

Duration

50 minutes

Cost

$495 + gst for a maximum of 75 students

School Term:
Term 1, Term 2, Term 3, Term 4

Availability

Available in Victoria.
Additional travel expenses may apply to regional bookings.

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