In the class project ''Fantastic Beasts'' we will explore how magical animals can influence conservation goals, how conservation biology and practice has thought about magical animals, and some of the limitations of current approaches, particularly the failure to consider magical animals as part of wider systems of belief and culture. We argue that magical animals and their implications for conservation merit wider consideration. There is a broad set of human beliefs, attitudes and behaviours around the issue of magical animals, referring to both mythical animals not recognized by science and extant animals that are recognized by science but have magical properties.
Fantastic Beasts by J. K. Rowling. This video will help you to brainstor about our new EFL project, let's see how much do you know about the topic.
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