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An outline of the common features of birds of prey and a look at the birds of prey found at a Scottish farm.
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31 January 2008

Classroom Ideas

The clip could be used when children are looking at comparing a variety of animals, and identifying key features of common animal groups. They could cut or draw pictures of examples from the common animal groups and write down the key characteristics of these animals. For example: birds have feathers, a beak, lay eggs and can fly; reptiles have scales, are cold blooded and lay eggs on the ground.

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