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Description

A look at different types of owls around the world - snowy owls in the Arctic, great grey owls in the pine forest, elf owls in the desert, flammulated owls in mountain forests and how they have adapted to the different places they live in.
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First broadcast:
28 April 2006

Classroom Ideas

Can be used to highlight the similarities and differences within a species. It could be used to look for patterns when grouping and classifying things. The clip could be used without sound to encourage the pupils to suggest features that are common to all owls. Through watching, children can observe a variety of owls and develop their understanding of how they have adapted to suit their environments.

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