Ask Wildlife Questions To Nature Presenter Steve Backshall

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What to expect

Is there anyone better to teach your kids all about wildlife than nature expert and star of CBBC show Deadly 60, Steve Backshall? Every week, Steve will host a live Q & A session where he will answer your children's questions about wildlife and build their knowledge of the natural world. Childhood is the ideal time to encourage and nurture early interests in nature. You can stream Steve's live Q & A sessions every Wednesday on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter at 9.30am.

These sessions are a fun way to learn about wildlife and bring it into your living room - wherever you are in the world. Steve can't help you with your maths, physics or chemistry, but he'll do his best to help with your child's wildlife, biology, conservation, geography and exploration questions. Just post questions in advance, so Steve can use teaching aids if needed. And if you miss out on the live broadcast, you can catch up on the YouTube channel too. From habitats to endangered animals, freshwater fiends to pademelons, this session is an awesome way to bring the animal world into your living room! If you love animals, check out these interactive online sessions.

What you’ll need

  • Just post your questions in advance on Facebook for Steve to answer.
  • Strong WiFi connection

What you’ll do

  • The live sessions are on at 9.30am every Wednesday.
  • Steve will host a live Q & A session where he will answer your children's questions about wildlife and build their knowledge of the natural world.
  • Make sure you subscribe to Steve's YouTube channel to be the first to receive new updates and videos.

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Steve Backshall

Steve Backshall is a wildlife and nature expert and also the star of the CBBC show, Deadly 60. He has explored over 100 countries around the world, discovering new species, climbing the world's highest peaks and making first ascents of remote jungle mountains. He has captured his exploration on camera or in words.

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