Did you like Introduction to Herpetology? If you did, then you’ll love Herpetology II!
This class goes where Introduction to Herpetology only occasionally went, covering the coolest, most dangerous, and weirdest reptiles and amphibians we share Earth with, both respecting their dangers and admiring their adaptations to their environment.
Topics covered in this workshop include poisonous, venomous, and otherwise toxic reptiles and amphibians, the world’s largest reptiles and amphibians, and other reptiles and amphibians with fascinating and dangerous adaptations and how these adaptations help these animals survive.
Note to parents:
- This class is intended for older elementary students, however some reading passages may be more difficult and require adult assistance.
- While students who’ve taken Introduction to Herpetology will especially enjoy this class, these classes don’t need to be taken in order.
- Herpetology II has a bonus webinar the week after 8-week courses normally end. This was added to provide 8 total weeks of new content, since the first week is a review of basic reptile and amphibian characteristics and an introduction to the course.