biofact

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biofact

(ˈbaɪəʊfækt)
n
1. an item of biological information
2. an item of biographical information
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"Our education team are on hand each afternoon with big cat biofacts to touch and to hold, including skulls, skins and claws, and visitors will also be able to learn about the work our charity partners do to protect lions and tigers in the wild."
They also take various biofacts and an information stand to talk to people about the animals we have a Dudley Zoo.
Archaeology is the study of human activity in the past, primarily through the recovery and analysis of the material culture and environmental data that has been left behind by past human populations, which includes artifacts, architecture, biofacts, and cultural landscapes (known as the archaeological record).
The meaning of the question "Is that real?" becomes even more nuanced when visitors are trying to determine the authenticity of animal biofacts (skulls, skins, etc.).
interdisciplinary archaeological-natural research with detailed spatial documentation of all the artefacts and ecofacts (biofacts) uncovered and the sieving and washing of deposits, several Mesolithic sites (dating back to the 9th-6th millennium BC) have recently been identified (Svoboda ed., 2003; Matousek et al., 2005).
"And our education officers will be on hand each afternoon with more giraffe information, photos, objects and biofacts.
CREATURE FEATURES BRING LATEST Visitors were able to learn more about the campaign through talks by DZG presenters, manned information stalls and biofacts at the enclosure and a display in the Discovery Centre.
Pam was also accompanied by a few species from the Discovery Centre, plus animal skins and other biofacts to help reinforce the importance of conservation.
Visitors can take part in fun activities, touch table biofacts, along with games and raffles to win amazing prizes.