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It's not always easy to tell the difference between a shark and a dolphin, a penguin and a penguin, or a seal and a sea lion!
To help you, we've put together a series of games to help you memorise the anatomical characteristics of each species.
Because learning while having fun is important!
Although there are 5 oceans on our beautiful blue planet, it is clear that they are all connected and form a single volume of water. Marine fauna can therefore move from one ocean to another without any geographical barriers, as is the case for terrestrial species. If we add to this the 150 or so seas, it is sometimes difficult to define the precise distribution area of a marine species... Some species are very localised, while others occupy a very wide geographical area. France, with its overseas territories, its coasts on the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean, has exceptional marine biodiversity.
There are several versions of this little world map game:
Reptiles, birds, mammals, fish... Learn how to classify different species according to their anatomical characteristics.
Let's get started!
Dolphins are excellent hunters! And with good reason: they have sonar to help them locate their prey.
But what do they actually eat? Help our dolphin find its prey and find out what type of food it eats.
Try to fill in the boxes of this crossword correctly and become a little expert on the biology and anatomy of killer whales.
Test your knowledge!
It couldn't be easier! All you need are rolls of toilet paper and paper towels, scissors, white paint, glue, a felt-tip pen and a bit of imagination! :)