Tidal Waves and Tsunamis

Welcome to the beach. Unfortunately, this beach is about to be hit by both a tsunami and a tidal wave – but don’t panic! This…

How Caves Are Formed

Welcome to the coast, home of the sea, beaches, cliffs - and most importantly, home to a fully explorable cave system. This scene will take…

Map of the Oceans

Welcome to your own personal tour of our planet’s oceans. Here you will find a detailed map showing you where in the world our biggest…

Parts of a River

Welcome to the riverbank – this mountainous scene will show you the entire journey of a river, from its source high in the mountains all…

Anatomy of a Storm

As huge grey clouds tower up in the sky, you know that a storm is coming! Massive cumulonimbus clouds form as warm, moist air quickly…

River Flooding

Put simply, a river floods when the volume of water flowing through it is just too great to be contained in the river – so…

How Earthquakes Happen

Our planet isn’t made up of one smooth sphere of rock; underneath our feet, giant plates of the Earth’s crust are moving slowly, including moving…

How Mountains Are Formed

Mountains are huge landforms, with their steep sides towering above the surrounding landscape on the surface of the Earth. But how are mountains formed? Compared…

Glaciers

Mountain glaciers are huge bodies of ice high in mountain areas. They build up as snow falls each winter, and as the glacier slowly moves…

Rainforest Biome

Welcome to a tropical rainforest. Tropical rainforest biomes are important ecosystems that cover around 7% of the earth surface. They can be found all over…