Wallace and Evolution
Event type: Gallery character
Location: Hintze Hall by the bottom of the stairs
Suitable for: key stage 2 (ages 7-11)
Capacity: 35 students
Duration: 40 minutes
£1 per student
Darwin wasn't the only scientist of his time to have thought about evolution. Alfred Russel Wallace will show your class how to identify adaptations in living things and help them to understand how advantageous adaptions over time can lead to evolution.
Students will learn about adaptation, life cycles and evolution by natural selection.
School group visits to the Museum
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