This series explores the continuity of life on Earth and the theories, processes and evidence that support it.
- Library: Secondary
- Audience: Junior - Senior Secondary (Year 7-12)
- Rating: E
- Subject: Science
- Release Date: September 2016
- Produced: Australia
Living organisms inhabit every part of the globe from deep oceans to the freezing poles, scorching Equatorial deserts and lush rainforests. To survive and reproduce, organisms have adaptations that make them suited to their environment. This programme looks at the structural, behavioural and physiological adaptations of some fascinating organisms including arctic foxes, echidnas, humpback whales and camels.
ACSSU150, ACSSU175, ACSSU043
Evolution by Natural Selection
The theory of evolution by natural selection is one of the most significant scientific theories. It explains the adaptations found in organisms, the diversity of features and species, and the variation in genes that creates this diversity. With fascinating examples like Darwin’s finches, bacteria and the Tasmanian devil, this programme explores the connection between genes, adaptations, survival, natural selection and evolution.
ACSSU184, ACSSU185, ACSBL090, ACSBL091, ACSBL095
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