ANIMALS OF THE AMERICAS

Grades 1-3
Tour length: 45 minutes
Fee: $70 (ZMD $55)
Offered September through May

What kind of animals live on the two continents known as the "Americas"? We will explore the Zoo to see some animals that live in North and South America and examine the adaptations they have to survive in their habitats.
Missouri Science Grade Level Expectations: III-1A (1st) a, 1D (1st) d

RAINFOREST

Grades 1-3
Tour length: 45 minutes
Fee: $70 (ZMD $55)
Offered September through May

How can so many animals live in the rainforest? Visit the apes, birds or reptiles at the Zoo to discover the many adaptations these animals have to help them live high in the trees, under tree roots or above the canopy. We will also focus on the physical features that help them survive in the jungle.
Missouri Science Grade Level Expectations: III-1D (KG) a, (1st) b,d

VARIETY OF MAMMALS

Grades 1-3
Tour length: 45 minutes
Fee: $70 (ZMD $55)
Offered September through May

How does a sea lion differ from a lion? How are they the same? This tour emphasizes the diversity of mammals by examining their physical characteristics and lifestyles. Discover the many different forms and functions found among these furred animals.
Missouri Science Grade Level Expectations: III-1D (1st) b,d