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Biology
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Learning unit subject 4 (Kopie) (Kopie)

In our interactive learning unit "Sachunterricht 4 - Blackbird" you will find 10 interactive and didactically prepared tasks on the subject of blackbirds.

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Learning unit subject 4 (Kopie)

In our interactive learning unit "Sachunterricht 4 - Blackbird" you will find 10 interactive and didactically prepared tasks on the subject of blackbirds.

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Giraffes

The giraffe is a superlative mammal. It is considered the largest land mammal, has a neck up to two meters long and the pattern of its fur is as unique as the fingerprint of a human.

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Jane Goodall

Jane Goodall is considered a pioneer among behavioral scientists in the world of chimpanzees. At the age of only 26, she began her work as a scientist in Tanzania, East Africa, in early 1960. She lives with free-ranging chimpanzees and provides insights into their social behavior and abilities. As founder of the Jane Goodall Institute, she has worked since 1986 to raise awareness and sustainability regarding the coexistence of humans, animals and the environment. The film provides insights into the life and work of Jane Goodall.

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Seals

Seals belong to the group of water-living mammals. Unlike whales and manatees, which have completely switched to aquatic life, seals lead a life both in the water and on land. This makes these animals special.

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Skin

It is essential for survival. It can cool the body, but must be protected from the cold as well as the sun. It changes with age. We are talking about the skin.

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Genetic Code Sun

Life on Earth assumes a large variety of shapes. There is plant life and animal life. Protozoa live alongside human beings, ants alongside fish and elephants, a blowball alongside a cactus.

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Joints

To begin with, we distinguish between so-called “real“ and “fake” joints.

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Conditioning

The theory of classical conditioning is one of several learning theories which explains how behaviours can result from stimulation without, however, taking into consideration the processes in the brain (black box).

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Invertebrates

The term “invertebrates” was coined by the French zoologist and botanist Jean-Baptiste de Lamarck in the early 19th century. He was the first to address the classification of the then so-called “lower animals” and divided them into different categories and classes.

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Starling

In general, male and female starlings look very much alike. In spring, starlings assume their nuptial plumage, in autumn, after moulting, they wear their eclipse plumage.

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Bean

The word bean refers to both the seeds and the pods surrounding them and often even the whole bean plant. It is not easy to get an overview of the different types of bean plants. Their variety is due to, among other things, their different origins.

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