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Fishy Fun Sheet: Diorama – Virtual Aquarium

Have you ever wanted to keep your own aquarium but don't want the hassle and expense of feeding the animals and cleaning the tank?

Resource type: Fishy Fun SheetLast updated: 07.06.2019

Fishy Fun Sheet: Create Your Own Fish – Origami

Create your own fish. Follow the paper folding instructions to make an angelfish, a common fish species in the IOTs.

Resource type: Fishy Fun SheetLast updated: 07.06.2019

Fishy Fun Sheet: Create Your Own Crab – Origami

Create your own crab. Follow the paper folding instructions to make a crab.

Resource type: Fishy Fun SheetLast updated: 07.06.2019

Fact Sheet: Humphead Maori Wrasse

The humphead Maori wrasse is easily recognisable, being over 2 metres long with a large hump on its head and big fleshy lips.

Resource type: Fact SheetLast updated: 07.06.2019

Poster: Bony Fish – Internal Anatomy (including information)

Fishes are a large and varied group of aquatic animal, superbly designed for underwater life. Bony fish represent the largest and most diverse class of fishes, with well over 20,000 species. This interactive poster explores the internal anatomy of a bony fish.

Resource type: PosterLast updated: 06.06.2019

Poster: Bony Fish – External Anatomy (including information)

Fishes are a large and varied group of aquatic animal, superbly designed for underwater life. Bony fish represent the largest and most diverse class of fishes, with well over 20,000 species. This interactive poster explores the external anatomy of a bony fish.

Resource type: PosterLast updated: 06.06.2019

Poster: Marine Habitats of Western Australia

The Western Australian coastline is as diverse as it is vast. This poster explores the myriad of marine habitats found in Western Australia.

Resource type: PosterLast updated: 06.06.2019

Poster: A Balancing Act

This poster shows the diversity of Western Australia's marine and coastal environments and the increasing number of activities that place growing pressure on the sustainability of our aquatic resources.

Resource type: PosterLast updated: 06.06.2019

Poster: Protected Marine Species

The Western Australian marine environment is home to a number of species that are protected under international agreements and national or state legislation.

Resource type: PosterLast updated: 06.06.2019

Poster: Dangerous Marine Creatures

Animals have developed feeding and defence mechanisms to help them survive int heir natural habitats. We need to be aware of these to avoid being accidentally injured.

Resource type: PosterLast updated: 06.06.2019

Poster: The Mysteries of Mangroves

Where the forest meets the ocean. Mangroves are land plants that are able to live in saltwater. Find out more about these specialised plants.

Resource type: PosterLast updated: 06.06.2019

Poster: The Secrets of Seagrass

Not your normal grass. Seagrasses area a marine flowering plant that can live underwater.

Resource type: PosterLast updated: 06.06.2019

Poster: Echinoderms: Spiny-skinned creatures from the ocean

Spiny-skinned creatures from the ocean. With echino meaning spiny and derm meaning skin - 'echinoderms' have to be spiny-skinned animals.

Resource type: PosterLast updated: 06.06.2019

Poster: Sponges

Ancient, colourful and full of holes! Not only for use in the bath.

Resource type: PosterLast updated: 06.06.2019

Poster: Molluscs

Soft bodies, hard shells. Molluscs, one of the largest groups in the animal kingdom, have soft bodies and generally have a hard shell for protection - so they are often called 'shellfish'.

Resource type: PosterLast updated: 06.06.2019

Poster: Crustaceans

These animals are covered with a protective outer shell so are names crustacean, meaning 'hard-shelled'. Crustaceans belong to the group of animals called arthropods, meaning 'joint-legged'.

Resource type: PosterLast updated: 06.06.2019

Poster: Fish Fiziks

Why do dead fish float? how do fish that live on the bottom stay there and not float to the surface? How do fish move around in the water? These are all serious questions about fish survival and the ancient science of physics.

Resource type: PosterLast updated: 06.06.2019

Poster: Cnidarians

The name cnidarians comes from the greek word 'cnidos', meaning stinging nettle. A key feature of these animals is the presence of 'nematocysts' or stinging cells, found mainly in the tentacles.

Resource type: PosterLast updated: 06.06.2019

Poster: Seacrets to sex and survival

For a species to survive, it must reproduce successfully and in the ocean, as on land, this is not always easy.

Resource type: PosterLast updated: 06.06.2019

Poster: The language of fish

In the ocean, as on land, communication happens between individuals and between species.

Resource type: PosterLast updated: 06.06.2019

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