17th April 2012

The Bafta award winning series “Inside Nature Giants” returns to our screens tonight with a feature-length special about Kangaroo’s featuring Science Discovered speaker Simon Watt. The Inside Nature’s team travel to the home of millions Kangaroo’s the Australian Outback to investigate and uncover the fascinating truth about Australia’s most iconic animal.

Joined by Charles Darwin’s great, great Grandson Christopher, Science Discovered speaker Simon Watt heads into the Blue Mountains, just outside Sydney, to follow in the footsteps of the famous naturalist Charles Darwin in search of Australia’s other mysterious creatures. On his travels Simon comes across a bird that decorates its nest with an assortment of blue ornaments from clothes pegs to bottle tops and a primitive animal that lays eggs like a reptile.

Nominated for a Famelab award, Simon Watt is the evolutionary biologist on Inside Nature’s Giants, tasked with being the guinea pig in various experiments to demonstrate the extreme physiological challenges animals face. Regularly appearing on TV and radio Simon is a rising star in science communication, specialising in communicating biology theories to schools and am pleased to say he will be sharing his theories at Adaptable Travel’s educational event Science Discovered.

If you would like to take a school trip to see this truly inspirational speaker and rising star along with BBC Wonders of the Universe Star Professor Brian Cox and Steve Mould why not contact us for more information about Science Discovered.

To view a short film about Science Discovered please click on the following link-http://www.adaptabletravel.co.uk/tour.php?id=210

To watch this fascinating Inside Nature’s Giants episode please click on the following link-http://www.channel4.com/programmes/inside-natures-giants/episode-guide/series-3/episode-9


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