Guided tour of the Aquarium of Brussels


A discovery about the inhabitants of the rivers, lakes, seas and oceans from over the world. Fish full of secrets will be revealed during the visit. Other lesser known animals, such as newts, toads and frogs also inhabit these aquatic environments and will stimulate all of our senses. Our guide provides an educational visit that is specially adapted to their age, who answers' their questions and appeals to their participation. This tour also includes creating an awareness of the natural environment because many of the exhibited animals are endangered or even extinct. Themes : - Aquatic habitats: distinction between salt water and fresh water - Morphological and physiological differences between humans and fish - What is an amphibian? Which animals are amphibian? - Notions of prey and predator and the defense mechanisms of fish - Notions of diets and the food chain - Influence of humans on the environment

Themes :  Science - Attraction 

Duration : In the morning - between 1h15 and 1h30

Language Spoken :  fr,nl,en 

Participants : Max. 60 participants

Visit resources : An educational guide (Fr or Nl) is always available for the teacher, before or after the visit.

Picknick : Coin pique-nique disponible sur réservation

Additional information : Guides are free for school groups. 1 accompanying adult per group of 10 pupils.

Skills: with each theme discussed, to be able to draw parallels between humans, fish an amphibians.
Learn notions of protection of the environment

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