True or False Creek Walking Game-3.2km
Welcome to True or False Creek game focusing on promoting an understanding of sustainability. Follow the blue signs to False Creek Community Centre or Science World.
There are 5 questions in total: ♥★♦■● Be a sustainability detective; try to find them all!
Concept and design by Alexa Bailey. Thanks to the participating community groups who provided questions and answers, and support.
♥ Whales have been spotted in False Creek.
Although it isn’t often, at least 2 different types of whales have been seen in False Creek.
June 2019: A pod of killer whales decided to visit; May 2010, a grey whale was seen swimming all the way up to Science World!
Fun Facts: Killer Whales:
- Also called orcas, they are part of dolphin family.
- Found in every ocean.
- They have the most varied diet of marine mammals.
- For West Coast Indigenous People, orcas are said to symbolize family, romance, long life, harmony, travel, community, and they are also known as the lord of the ocean.
Fun Facts: Grey Whales:
- Females give birth to baby whales (calves) that start off being about 4.9 metres (16 feet)!
- They grow to be a maximum length of 15 metres or 49 feet!
- They migrate more than 10,000 km each way; the longest known migration route of any mammal.
- They mostly eat off the ocean floor – called – “bottom feeders”
Clue for Next Question:
Find the Creekside Community Centre, scan the QR code then head to the island with large rock stepping stones leading to it.