Mega science studies by school

ANCIENT BONES: Charlie Hart and Charlie Flintoff get hands on models of fossils found in the caves. MEGA MATES: Sophie Graco, Phoebe Hirsch, Hayley Campbell, Ella Childs and Madelene Court meet some model megafauna.
Nanjing Night Net

MIGHTY megafauna were the subject of a visit by Karridale Primary School to Mammoth Cave for Science Week last Tuesday.

The school benefited from a $100 Science Teachers’ Association of WA grant, which helped to reduce costs of bus travel and entry fees.

The theme of National Science Week 2012 was Energy Evolution, and Karridale principal Fiona Cormack said it seemed suitable to visit a wonderful community asset like Mammoth Cave to study megafauna.

Parents were invited to attend as well, with early primary students visiting the cave in the morning and the older students in the afternoon.

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