Fennoscandia, nature and culture

In this educational tool-kit, your pupils will learn about why and where there is a region called Fennoscandia. We tell you about cultures and peculiarities that are shared between the countries of the region. The pupils will also experience the wildlife on the taiga and the tundra, and most importantly, …

Microbiota and microbiome

About half of your body consists of microbiota – bacteria, protists, viruses, and fungi! The microbiome is the community of these microorganisms living in a specific habitat (such as your guts!) plus their genetic material. In this educational tool-kit you will learn how the microorganisms can be crucial for immunity, …

Animal invasion (part 2)

Some animals appear to be climate winners. The graylag geese, for example. It has gone from being almost threatened by extinction in the 1970s to currently being “everywhere”. In some areas, they are now so numerous that it is difficult to produce grass for cows and sheep. In this educational tool-kit, you …

Animal invasion (part 1)

What happens when a new fish species arrives in a river and why does this occur? In this educational tool-kit, you will learn how invasive fish species can impact their environments, other species, and the economy. You will also get an introduction to animal invasions in general, and learn why …

Photo-shooting wild animals

Professional and amateur photographers capture amazing footage of wild animals. Sometimes they are plain lucky, being at the right place at the right time, but for the most part they plan and work hard for days and even years to get the picture they want. In this educational tool-kit, you …

Siberia

Siberia is a multinational, vast geographical area in northern Asia, belonging to Russian Federation. How many languages are spoken there? What are the main cities and what minerals are mined there? We invite you on an amazing journey, during which you will get to know one of the most interesting …

Polar bear

Polar bear is the true king of the Arctic! Why? Because in that cold climate, as an apex predator, it has no competition. That is why it is better not to face a polar bear, although it is not always aggressive. However, it is worth knowing how fantastic that animal …