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Pupils enjoyed exploring the wetlands and observing animal and bird species in their natural environment.

Pupils enjoyed exploring the wetlands and observing animal and bird species in their natural environment. 1 Creating a species using adaptations
Pupils enjoyed exploring the wetlands and observing animal and bird species in their natural environment. 2
Pupils enjoyed exploring the wetlands and observing animal and bird species in their natural environment. 3 stepping stones
Pupils enjoyed exploring the wetlands and observing animal and bird species in their natural environment. 4 Eurasian otter
Pupils enjoyed exploring the wetlands and observing animal and bird species in their natural environment. 5
Pupils enjoyed exploring the wetlands and observing animal and bird species in their natural environment. 6
Pupils enjoyed exploring the wetlands and observing animal and bird species in their natural environment. 7
Pupils enjoyed exploring the wetlands and observing animal and bird species in their natural environment. 8
Pupils enjoyed exploring the wetlands and observing animal and bird species in their natural environment. 9 Looking at adaptations of otter species
Pupils enjoyed exploring the wetlands and observing animal and bird species in their natural environment. 10 Bat & Moth game
Pupils enjoyed exploring the wetlands and observing animal and bird species in their natural environment. 11
Pupils enjoyed exploring the wetlands and observing animal and bird species in their natural environment. 12
Pupils enjoyed exploring the wetlands and observing animal and bird species in their natural environment. 13
Pupils enjoyed exploring the wetlands and observing animal and bird species in their natural environment. 14
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