FREE Wildlife Worksheets!

Over the coming weeks we will be sharing some fun free Wildlife Worksheets for you to download and work through at home. Each sheet contains a fact file and an activity sheet.

Learn about a new creature every week, then share your work with us by posting on social media and tagging @sz.tv with the hashtags #SZWildlifeWorksheets

Join in the fun and get creative with our weekly activities and feel FREE to forward on and share with family, friends and educational bodies!

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Week 15

This week, we are featuring one of the most charismatic and rarest animals found in the ocean, the Dugong.

Download the sheets below here.

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You can learn more about the ‘sea cow’, here.

Week 14

This week, our featured wildlife is the Horsfield’s Tarsier.

Download the sheets below here.

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You can learn more about this bug eyed demon creature, here.

Week 13

Our featured wildlife this week will be the endangered Napoleon Wrasse.

Download the sheets below here.

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You can also check out our video titled Plastic Oceans that highlights very real problem of everyday plastic, the profound effect this has on our oceans, and how we can change that.

Week 12

This week, we will feature the mystical and majestic Asian Hornbills.

Download the sheets below here.

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You can learn more about the endangered Hornbills, here.

Week 11

The featured wildlife this week is the biggest fish in the sea, the Whale Shark.

Download the sheets below here.

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You can also check out our film ‘Save Sabah’s Sharks’ here.

Week 10

Our featured wildlife this week is one of human’s closest relatives, the Orangutan.

Download the sheets below here (now available in Malay and Chinese!).

You can learn more about the endangered Orangutan, here.

Week 9

This week, we will be looking at the largest brain to body ratio of any fish, the Manta Ray.

Download the sheets below here (now available in Malay and Chinese!).

See more of these magical mantas, here.

Week 8

Our featured wildlife this week is the largest land animal in Borneo, but the smallest elephant in the world, the Bornean Elephant.

Download the sheets below here (now available in Malay and Chinese!).

See more of these elephants that are endemic to Borneo, here.

Week 7

This week, we will feature a fish that has a nose like a horse, eyes like a chameleon, and a tail like a monkey, the Seahorse.

Download the sheets below here (now available in Malay and Chinese!).

See more of this small upright swimming fish here.

Week 6

Our featured wildlife this week is a monkey that can only be found living on the island of Borneo, the Proboscis Monkey .

Download the sheets below here. (now available in Malay and Chinese!).

See more of the world’s weirdest looking monkey here.

Week 5

This week, we will feature a creature that is named after the green layer of fat under its shell, the Green Turtle .

Download the sheets below here.

Watch more and get to know some of the threats facing these unique reptiles here.

Week 4

Our featured wildlife this week is the armour plated ant eater, the Pangolin.

Download the sheets below here.

Watch more of the peculiar pangolin here.

Week 3

This week, we will take a look at the shark that gets its name due to the white tips of its first dorsal fin and caudal fin, the Whitetip Reef Shark.

Download the sheets below here (now available in Malay and Chinese!).

Check out our video featuring these majestic animals here.

Week 2

The second featured animal is the cutest character in all of Borneo’s jungles, the Sun Bear.

Download the sheets below here (now available in Malay and Chinese!).

Then watch the world’s smallest bear video here.

Week 1

This week’s featured creature is the bizarre looking Frogfish.

Download the sheets below here (now available in Malay and Chinese!).

Then watch the fun Frogfish video here.

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