Humans may be the greatest threat to wildlife, but animals must still contend with each other for survival

The diverse range of amazing adaptations animals have to obtain food and avoid becoming food themselves are explored first hand in this session. Classification skills are applied to sort animals into groups based on their dentition and further classified into consumer types by placing into a food web that demonstrates the flow of energy in the African savanna. Students will learn how a zoo community conservation campaign is working to reduce the impact introduced species have on a food web in the savanna to help fight extinction.


Eat or be Eaten addresses AusVELS levels 7-10 standards.  It supports the cross-curriculum priorities of Sustainability and addresses achievements in the domains of Science, Interpersonal Development, Personal Learning, Civics and Citizenship, English, Humanities, Communication and Thinking Processes.

Program details

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45 minute class & 40 minute safari bus tour*
$16.10 per student
10:00am, 10:30am, 11:40am, 12:30pm
Student ratio 
1 adult to 10 students
Monday to Friday
What to bring 
Printed student trail (below) Bring Your Own Digital Device

Please call (03) 9731 9601
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*Please be at the safari bus shelter 10 minutes prior to departure. Time can't be rescheduled on the day.