Science & Nature
Conservation Tales: Tigers (14-18)
Occupying less than 7% of their original range, tiger populations are threatened by habitat loss & poaching. In this class, learners will learn more about the biology and conservation of tigers & what we can do to save them.
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Thought to occupy less than seven percent of their original range, today’s tiger populations are threatened by habitat loss and poaching. Numbers are steadily increasing but there is still much to be done to secure their future. In this class, we will discuss: - Where tigers are found - What kind of tigers they are - What adaptations tigers have - What threats tigers face - What we can do to save them. Learners will be introduced to these topics via an interactive lecture featuring Google...
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Zoological Manager by Day, Science Communicator by Night!
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
18 total reviews
32 completed classes
Courtney Dunn, known on the internet as Dr. Wildlife, is a zoologist who focuses on conservation through education by working in the zoo and aquarium field. A lifelong animal conservationist, Doc has helped with projects around the world from...