Kamchatka is a seismically active region, there are about 300 volcanoes, 29 of which are active. Let's analyze the structure of the volcano and find out what is the difference between lava and magma. We will talk about the Komandorsky and Kronotsky nature reserves, the South Kamchatka nature reserve, find out where the valley of geysers is located. We’ll figure the peculiarities of life in Kamchatka and discuss the role of fishing for the region. In addition, we will talk about marine mammals – whales, seals, sea cows, and also learn how to behave when meeting a bear.
In the practical part, we will examine samples of igneous rocks, launch an eruption of a foamy “volcano”, play pantomime and solve trail riddles.Age: 10+
Graduated from the RUDN University. Elizaveta is convinced that most environmental problems that we face today can only be solved by realizing personal responsibility for the world around us. It is not possible to make someone love something; but we should definitely teach others to take care of nature, and it can be fun and entertaining.