PREPS from Nichols Point Primary School could hardly contain their excitement when they had a visit from EnviroEdu yesterday.
As part of their Living Things investigation, Sarah Holmes from EnviroEdu introduced students to a goanna, snakes, a turtle, a brush-tailed bettong, tawny frogmouth and squirrel glider.
Prep co-ordinator Natalie Wilksch said earlier in the year the students had learnt about plants and had recently moved on to learning about animals.
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