We publish books to regularly inspire children to appreciate wildlife and take part in efforts to help save animals, birds and the environment.
A full Primary-level resource pack with suggested itineraries based on thematic learning journeys. Use this pack to plan your own school-led learning journey in River Safari!
This pack has themes based on English, Science (and science bridging), and Social Studies.
Use these blank observation sheets to help your students focus better on the animals and exhibits during a fieldtrip! A follow-up activity also encourages the students to pair up and discuss the similarities and differences between their observed animals.
Camouflage is not just for soldiers! It’s used to attract mates, hide from predators and prey, or ward off animals that want to eat them. Journey through River Safari to see how 10 unique animals use camouflage to survive.
Animals move about to look for food, find shelter, interact with one another, hide and escape from predators. Aquatic animals move differently from land animals and have different body parts to do so. Explore River Safari to discover animals with cool moves!
In the animal kingdom, the fastest, fittest and most adaptable animals survive. Discover the many cool ways animals at River Safari have adapted – physically and behaviourally – to be successful survivors!
For six months every year, seasonal rains cause an enormous rise in the water level of the Amazon Basin.
The water overflows, submerging the forest by over 10 metres. This creates a water wonderland that attracts many aquatic animals from the Amazon River to visit, feed, play and breed – among them the animals featured in The Amazon Flooded Forest’s Famous Five.