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  • This poster depicts the land and seafloor topography of Australia and its surrounds. It highlights many dramatic seafloor features associated with the continental margin and ocean basins around Australia and its external territories.

  • Ornithocheirus was a flying reptile that cruised Australia's Mesozoic skies while the dinosaurs roamed the land below. A class set of 30 colour paper models, ready to cut out and assemble into 3D paper pterosaurs Instructions are included. Create fun mobiles in your classroom! Suitable for primary level Years K-6 and secondary level Years 7-10.

  • Extinct for 250 million years, what better way for students to study these creatures than by making their own 3D model. Purchase as a class set of 30 paper models, ready to cut out and assemble into 3D paper trilobites. A great adjunct to our 'Fossils' (catalogue item 37468) and 'Time and Life' (catalogue item 14805) teacher booklets. Suitable for primary level Years K-6 and secondary level Years 7-10.

  • An A4 paper model, ready to cut out and assemble into a 3D shield volcano. Instructions are included; scissors and glue required. Suitable for primary Years 1-6 and secondary age students. Note: there is also a strato volcano model available.

  • The main part of this spliced satellite image was obtained on 17 February, ten days after the devastating bushfires of Black Saturday. This was the first cloud-acceptable image of the fires and was acquired by the Landsat-5 satellite. Close-ups of Kilmore East-Murrindindi, CHurchill-Teeralang, Bunyip State Forest fire and Beecworth included. The raw image was processed to highlight burnt areas (dark red) and show fire fronts. Vegetation appears green and the smoke appears pale blue.

  • An A4 paper model, ready to cut out and assemble into a 3D strato volcano. Instructions are included; scissors and glue required. Suitable for primary Years 1-6 and secondary age students. Note: there is also a shield volcano model available.

  • This teaching aid includes instructions and layout calculations for creating a Geological TimeWalk of your own. A set of information plaques marking each geological time interval is also available to download and use with the TimeWalk.

  • These famous North American three-horned dinosaurs were herbivores that used their bristling horns for defence. Each model creates a fun 3D animal. Sold in a class set of 30 colour paper models, ready to cut out and assemble into 3D paper dinosaurs. Instructions are included. Suitable for primary level Years 5-6 and secondary level Years 7-10.

  • Shelled nautiloids have been extinct for 100 million years but students can create their own in 3D with a class set of 30 paper models, ready to cut out and assemble into 3D paper nautiloids. Suitable for primary level Years 5-6 and secondary level Years 7-10.

  • Study landslide movements and their effects using this interactive 3D model. This product is an A4 paper model, ready to cut out and assemble. Assembly instructions included. Suitable for primary level Years 5-6 and secondary level Years 7-12.