Virtual Field Trip Details
VFT Information
Title:Ocean Life
Description:Sharks, Sea Turtles, and Stingrays, OH MY! Animals in the Ocean looks very different than animals on land. Take a live visit to the world’s largest aquarium within a zoo. From a tank with nearly a million gallons of salt water you will see some of the amazing creatures that live in the ocean. Play a game to determine what is an animal, and what is not. Learn about sharks, sea turtles, and other fish. See living coral and jellyfish. Most importantly, learn what you can do the help the oceans at your home, school and community.
Grade Levels:KindergartenGrade 1Grade 2Grade 3Grade 4Grade 5Grade 6Grade 7
VFT Type:Talk to the Expert
Meeting Time:Schedule Upon Request By Teacher
Duration:45 minutes
Registration Info:Go to the following site to register for an Omaha Zoo VFT presentation - http://www.omahazoo.com/zoo2you 
zoo2you@OmahaZoo.com or call (402) 738-6905. 
Tech Requirements:Video conferencing system (Polycom, Lifesize) or desktop applications (Lifesize Cloud or ClearSea, Zoom, Jabber) can connect to this conference.  

If your site has a web camera but no software, Omaha’s Zoo & Aquarium will provide the software connect at no charge.

Additional Cost Info:

Provider Information
Provider Name:Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium

Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo is ranked one of the best Zoos in the World by TripAdvisor and is the top family friendly attraction by FamilyFun Magazine. Home to the world’s largest indoor desert, North America’s largest indoor rainforest, and the world’s largest indoor swamp, the Henry Doorly Zoo is Nebraska’s #1 attended tourist attraction and a world leader in conservation.





Pleasanton 5th and 6th Graders participated in a virtual field trip to Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo, connecting with Mr. Peter Brunette, Zoo Outreach Coordinator. The connection was live to the Lied Jungle showcasing a ‘behind the scene’ viewpoint with Mr. Brunette. Students were able to ask questions and see a variety of species in the Lied Jungle. Click to see more student comments.




Contact:Peter Brunette
Phone Number:402-738-6905