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Burnley St Peter's

C of E Primary School

Safari Phil 02.03.22

Wednesday 2nd March 2022

Today we had Safari Phil in to visit us with some very special guests. He brought in:

  • A Snake - Royal Python
  • A Lizard - Blue Tongue Lizard
  • Wax Caterpillars
  • Giant African Snails
  • Giant Millipedes
  • Hissing Cockroaches


These are some of the things we learnt:

  • The caterpillars make a cocoon and then turn into a moth. - Effie
  • The lizard, Slushy, had a blue tongue he used to smell things. - Darlton
  • The millipedes stick to our hands because they have loads of sticky legs. - Scarlett
  • The snails were slimy, their eyes were on the antenna. - Ruqayyah
  • The millipede and cockroaches had their skeletons on their backs (outside their bodies, exoskeletons). - Megia
  • The snails bottom is in their shell, so when it pooed it came out of its shell. - Harris
  • Cockroaches can have 40 babies. - Umish
  • The snake was not slimy. It was soft, but heavy. - Sophia