Human Predators Humans have been a threat to ocean life for a long time. Animals are being affected worldwide by our actions. Here in Cape Town, the Cape fur seals are suffering from pollution and overfishing. Sadly, seals and fisherman do not have the best relationship. Overfishing has caused many problems for humans and animals… Continue reading Seals and their Human Predators
By Leeya Earth Kids went to Cape Point Nature Reserve on November 13th. We hiked to the Venus rock pool. Before we walked, we didn’t know where to go! While Janis was looking where to go, we decided to look around. Amelie took me, Sophia, Amber and Kaely to the visitors’ center. We saw old whale bones… Continue reading Earth Kids to Cape Point!
By Sophia On November the 13 we went on a hike at Cape Point to the Venus Pool. It was very hot. When we got to the Venus Pool, we were so relieved to get to the rock pool, we swam for a while. It was fun although Kaely kept on slipping! Once I turned… Continue reading Hike to Venus Pool
By Kaely As it nears the end of the year, we have started having more fun outings. Our Earth teacher, Janis, took us on a hike in Cape Point. It is called Cape Point because this is where the 2 oceans meet. At this exact point. Well, then again, maybe not. I found this out… Continue reading Swimming with the Fish
The Trappieskop Trail is one of those hikes you want to do over and over again. With kids. It is so do-able! The name says it all: trappies are little steps and kop is a head – the rocky steps lead upwards towards the mountain top. Stand here and look out over the entire Southern… Continue reading Trappieskop Trail