Explore the natural world around your school for the 150th anniversary of Charles Darwin's book about evolution, "The Origin of Species."
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Read Explore with Darwin stories below from schools around the world to get ideas and inspiration.
Porto Praia, Cape Verde
Children in Porto Praia Primary School learn about the ship which brought Darwin to Cape Verde.
Tomas De Berlanga School on the Galapagos Islands track giant tortoises and set up Facebook sites for eight animals
The school pond at Cudham Primary in Kent was used by Darwin for an experiment described in the Origin of Species
São Domingo, Cape Verde
High School Fulgencio Tavares explored their country side where Charles Darwin first experienced the tropics.
Guangdong Experimental High School bird watching lead to the discovery of a species new to south China.
St Petersburg, Russia
Verevo Comprehensive School were amazed to discover woodlice are related to trilobites.
Kääpa Comprehensive School pupils learnt to identify birds by their song.
Xishan Elementary School pupils surveying their forest had a close encounter with a butterfly eating their teacher's apple!
How did they do this?
Explore with Darwin schools have been supported by the Field Studies Council's international schools project In Darwin's Footsteps project and Randal Keynes and Charles Darwin Trust.
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