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Fun and Games

Occasionally you need a break from all that studying and Making Sense of Biology. Below are some fun links to games and puzzles that are biologically related.

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The Blood Typing Game

The Blood Typing Game is a hands-on animated game that teaches you about human blood types and blood transfusions. When you receive your patient you will need to determine their blood type, choose how many bags of blood your patient will need and then administer their blood transfusion.

Click here to play the Blood Typing Game

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Team Wild

Team WILD, an elite squadron of science superheroes, needs your help! Your mission: protect and conserve the planet’s species and habitats from destruction!

Click here to play Team Wild

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Pandemic II

A free online game where you can be either a virus, bacteria or parasite. Once you’ve picked your chosen disease you can customise it’s symptoms, resistances, transmissions, traits and attributes. How your disease evolves and spreads is up to you but you want your disease to spread across the globe and become as deadly as possible!

Click here to play Pandemic II

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Some very funny animals

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Save the Viking Ship

Practice your IGCSE knowledge with this game and save the viking ship!

Click here to play this game on the what2learn site

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Save the Stormtrooper

Save the Stormtrooper with your knowldege of AS F211 vocabulary.

Click here to play this game on the what2learn site

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Why not try a virtual owl pellet dissection?

Click here to match up the bones and discover what the owl has been eating.

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