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14 result(s) for bush in All Year Levels

Creepy-crawlies (New Zealand)

Aotearoa New Zealand is full of creepy crawlies, from the bush to your backyard. These include spiders, insects and other invertebrates (animals that don't h... Entry last updated: 24/04/18

Pest plants (New Zealand)

Pest plants are any plants that invade the native habitat of other plants. They spread so quickly that they cause harm to the environment, including native b... Entry last updated: 19/06/19

History (Australia)

Australia has a long history. It was first settled by Aboriginal people thousands of years ago, and then in the late 1700s it was used by Britain as a prison... Entry last updated: 30/10/19

Native plants (New Zealand)

Native plants are plants that are indigenous to or originate from a specific country. New Zealand has a wide variety of native plants which are unique as the... Entry last updated: 12/01/17

Māori myths and legends

Māori myths and legends run through all aspects of life in Aotearoa, from the creation of people to elements of the natural world such as the sea, sky, weath... Entry last updated: 03/08/17

New Zealand birds

Aotearoa New Zealand has many unique birds, from forest parrots to flightless birds, sea birds and birds of prey. In this entry we will show you how to find ... Entry last updated: 11/01/17

Animal pests (New Zealand)

An animal becomes a pest if it begins to cause considerable economic or environmental damage. Animal pests such as stoats, possums, deer, cats and mice were ... Entry last updated: 31/01/19

Adaptation

Adaptation is an evolutionary process where a plant or an animal becomes suited to living in a particular habitat. These are changes that take place over man... Entry last updated: 11/09/18

Animals (junior)

The world has a number of different kinds of animals. They include mammals, birds, reptiles and fish. Some animals are pets, living with people at their home... Entry last updated: 16/06/17

Conservation (New Zealand)

Conservation is about preserving and protecting New Zealand's natural environment, wildlife and their habitats including marine reserves. This entry explores... Entry last updated: 03/03/17
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