Learning about the Animals you can work with through Animal Fact Files
Deciding on a career is just a part of the preparation path. Understanding and learning more about the subjects or animals you will be working with is just as important.
The One Zoo Tree Animal Fact Files start off by teaching young students the basic facts about each group or category of animals, and gradually increases in knowledge along four levels of difficulty.
This is done by transforming the usual factual articles into short courses. Now you can learn and keep tabs on your own knowledge progress while having fun.
COURSES = FACT FILES
What are the Benefits of the Short Courses?
Courses don't just deal with animal facts, but also on how to work with them as well as the skills and tools required
Courses are short, precise and entertaining to simplify understanding and strengthen memory
Course content increases in amount and difficulty to help students grudually absorb knowledge
Content can be accessed without completing a course, or as many times after, allowing students to use the info in research or to recall facts
All of the Courses have a POINT value. Certain content within the Community can only be accessed with sufficient points.
For example, complete certain Courses to unlock special Badges. Only the best will unlock the ELITE Badges. Are you ready?
COURSES = REWARDS
Categories of Animals
Click on the specific Category of animals below to find the species you want to learn about and work with one day. Choose from either the domesticated pets, wildlife species, or special groups of animals.
Please be advised that the basic information within each Category is available to visitors, but specific species info is locked for Members only. If you are not a member yet, you can register HERE
These are the general Groups or Categories of animals generating the most careers. But, they only cover a few of the Phyla within the Animal Kingdom. The other will be added in time.
SPECIAL GROUPS OF ANIMALS
Special Groups are animals that fall under one of the main animal categories above, but because of certain physical and habitat differences, will require a whole different set of skills and tools to work with. For example, marine mammals are indeed mammals, but will require different equipment to work with, as most occur in the ocean, unlike most of the other mammals.