This May Be Obsolete
- Since some webmasters often change the design of their websites, the links on our treasure hunt pages may get "not found" error messages.
- Though some of these may still be functional, we do not maintain this section of our website anymore.
- We have left these online as examples of how to create a similar activity for your own students.
- At the time we began this project, many teachers did not have websites, so we offered space on our server for teachers to share their activities.
- Now, it is very easy for teachers to put up their own websites and create activities like these for their own students.
An Internet Treasure Hunt for ESL Students
Some of the links have changed, so this treasure hunt is currently not usable.
Please try another treasure hunt.
Visit these links to find the answers to the questions.
You will see links to three zoos in Victoria.
- What are the names of the zoos?
- What animal does each one use as its symbol? (You can only answer this if you can see the pictures!)
- Find an interesting piece of information about an Australian animal from each site.
- How long can a platypus stay under water?
- What is the platypus regarded as the link between.
- How fast can an emu run?
- How tall are they?
- What do koalas seldom do?
- How long does a baby koala stay in its mother's pouch?
On the same page find Echidnas and answer these questions.
- How many egg laying mammals are there in the world?
- How long does the baby stay in the mother's pouch?
Zoos around the World
Look at this site and find a zoo in or near your country. Is there a link to the zoo? Find a zoo with a link and then find some interesting information about local animals.
Copyright (C) 1998 by Melinda Gleeson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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