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Nature provides us with everything we need to live.

Biomimicry is an exciting way to inspire us to observe the natural world and to develop a creative approach to problem solving by looking at nature for sustainable solutions.

Below you'll find a series of engaging resources and activities to help you connect with - and take inspiration from - nature; from an exciting garden safari to educational worksheets and a live webinar with a WWF expert. If you’re a teacher, download our Educator Guide for further curriculum linked activities for Key 2 and 3.

Vietnamese crocodile lizard © Thomas Ziegler

Inspiration from Nature

Inspiration from Nature

Teacher handbook and activities that explores creative solutions by looking at nature’s own design.
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Go on a garden Safari

Go on a garden Safari

Snails may be slow, but they are certainly not boring. Few creatures have inspired so much human invention. Explore the fascinating world of these slimy garden friends, and discover the adaptations that have inspired so many new technologies.
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WWF Talks: Biomimicry

WWF Talks: Biomimicry

How have a kingfisher’s beak, a gecko’s feet and shark skin inspired amazing inventions? Watch our free webinar to discover how nature’s smart designs can help us to find solutions to challenges around us.
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