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The life cycle and inhabitants of an oak tree

The life cycle and inhabitants of an oak tree
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Key Info
  • The life cycle and inhabitants of an oak tree
  • Duration: 03:15
  • Watch the oak tree change through the seasons. Acorns falling from the oak tree are often eaten by squirrels, or buried to eat over the winter. Many insects and birds make the oak tree their home - making nests in the boughs, or eating its leaves. Other creatures like living at the bottom of the tree, eating dead leaves. First broadcast as part of the CBeebies series Our Planet.
  • Subject:

    Science

       Topic:

    Living Things in their Environments: Habitats

  • Keywords: oak tree, seasons, acorn, squirrel, habitats, raven, nest, caterpillar, leaves, butterfly, woodlice, woodlouse, little owl, ourplanet
Ideas for use in class
  • Use as part of a topic on change, life cycles, or habitats.
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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