Age of pupils: 8-18 years old
Duration: 1H
Maximum number of participants: 110 seats


  • Explore the species diversity and interactions (food chain, reproduction)
  • Discover the importance of a good water quality for survival of the species

Learning method: cognitive, scientific

Message: Biodiversity is essential for the natural development of all ecosystems on our planet. … Biodiversity is essential to the well-being and health of human beings. We live near or close to the sea so our daily activities have an impact on the marine world: there are actions that each individual can start at home to reduce and limit his impact on the marine environment and help maintain biodiversity.

Description: With a binocular magnifier and a video projector, the animator shows the pupils various living beings on the big screen (Starfish, brittle star, sea urchin, mussel, barnacle, anemone, coral …). The magnification reveals the anatomy of the animal, the mode of travel, the reproductive system…

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