Grade 10-12 | Subject: Life Sciences |
Strand: Diversity, Change and Continuity |
Theme: History of life on Earth |
Specific Aim 1: Acquiring knowledge of natural sciences |
Specific Aim 2: Investigating phenomena in natural sciences
The earliest amphibian is over 370 million years old, whereas reptile fossils date back to around 320 million years. It is remarkable to note, that despite millions of years, the appearance or habits of reptiles such as crocodiles and turtles have not changed very much. These ancient animals not only roamed the planet with the dinosaurs, but are still living today, long after dinosaurs became extinct. Become an evolutionary detective to help answer why this is so!