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Y5/6  Living Rainforest

On Tuesday and Friday of this week, the year 5 and 6 visited The Living Rainforest near Newbury. A chance for our Rainforest topic to come to life! Our focus was on sustainability. It was amazing, especially seeing the animals up close that we have been researching. We saw so many different species of  animals from armadillos to mini tamarins (the smallest monkey in the world) and so many more including: iguanas, mudskippers and a sloth called Cinnamon. There were some unique plants that you don’t usually find in this part of the world. Flying around were some birds with pretty horrific names – Edwin the toucan (the attention seeker), Luigi ( the firework sound making bird) and we can’t forget Kevin!

It was obviously very humid because it would need to be for the animals to have the atmosphere of what it would be like to live in the wild in the  Rainforest. It was definitely worth the long coach ride because it was amazing to see these incredible animals in person. Incredible experience and we would really recommend the trip.

 Written by Amelie and Shannon

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