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Life NEVER Without Water

We look at how people cope when they live constantly in close proximity to water.


We look at how different clans throughout Papua New Guinea have adapted to a life surrounded by water. We investigate why the environment is like it is and the effect of rising sea levels on some communities.  We learn about the unique animals of the country and how people and animals have adapted throughout evolution. 

This session is built around photos and video clips of my time spent on some of the islands of PNG and along the Sepik river on the main island.  I have many artefacts for children to handle.

This session pairs well with 'Life Without Water'.



handle masks and drum

touch shell jewellery

handle 'material'

made from tree bark

listen to festival singing

How can the children participate?

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