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Animals

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BirdsTop
Journey North
Presents a study of wildlife migration in Canada and the US. Includes reports of seasonal changes and tracking of migrations.
Source: Learner.org

Raptor Center
Site for center specializing in the medical care, rehabilitation, and conservation of raptors, eagles, hawks, owls, and falcons.
Source: University of Minnesota

The Nutty Birdwatcher
If you are interested in the details of birds in the eastern United States, this is the site for you.
Source: birdnature.com

 
DinosaursTop
Dinosauria On-Line
Exposure to dinosaurs and the topics that are hot among dinosaur enthusiasts to see a subject from many points of view.
Source: Dinosauria.com

Dinosaurs
Find the evidence and reasoning behind our knowledge of dinosaurs including the history, why they are extinct, etc
Source: British Broadcasting Company

Dinosphere
Includes explorations of dinosaurs and visits to “Rex’s Lending Library,” and various other nontraditional learning opportunities. Link is for Grades 6-8, but site has more.
Source: Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, The

Museum of Paleontology
If you like paleontology, you’ll enjoy the online exhibits here.
Source: University of California , Berkeley

Prehistoric Life
Learn all about Prehistoric Life including the Beasts, Dinosaurs, Caveman and details on how life was 220 million years ago.
Source: BBC

 
General AnimalsTop
All About Tigers
Learn all about Tigers including informations about their Appearance, Behavior, Biology, Cubs, Habitat, Size and more.
Source: Save The Tiger Fund

Amazing Insects!
Click on the insects to get some great information and see lots of excellent photographs! You'll see some of the best insect photos on the internet and find great facts for your science reports.
Source: Koday's Kids

Animal Diversity Lab
Collection of pictures, short movies and information about animals. Accounts of individual species and natural history.
Source: University of Michigan

Bat Resource Center
Includes bat facts, photos, pictures, and fascinating bat trivia, such as how to exclude bats from buildings.
Source: Bat Conservation Society

Care for Animals
Learn about pets and the people who care for them at this site from the American Veterinary Medical Association.
Source: American Veterinary Medical Association

E-Nature
Search for information on wildlife, plant life, amphibian. Ask an expert for answers to nature questions.
Source: eNature.com

Insectclopedia
Insect research portal featuring comprehensive information about insects ranging from identification to bug cuisine.
Source: Insectclopedia

Kids & Family page - National Wildlife Federation
Articles from Ranger Rick, and briefings on issues such as the wetlands, endangered animals, water quality and more.
Source: National Wildlife Federation

Kids Corner Endangered Species Program
Information on threatened and endangered species, plus provides facts, activities, and images.
Source: Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of Interior

Kids Go Wild
Learn about all aspects of animals and wildlife conservation through this site.
Source: Wildlife Conservation Society

Meet the Animals
Birds, mammals, marsupials, and reptiles form the list that leads to detailed photos and information.
Source: Oakland (Calif.) Zoo at Knowland Park

Ocean Sciences Education Center
Site for those interested in marine sciences and oceanography.
Source: Sea Grant

The Beekeepers Homepage
Beekeeping, honey, and honeybees are described in pictures and words. Includes links to hundreds of bee sites on the Web.
Source: Beekeeping

The Yuckiest Site on the Internet
If you like cockroaches, visit it! Ask Wendell any yucky question in science.
Source: Discovery

Virtual Frog Dissection Kit
A site where no amphibians are sacrificed for science, with instructions in many languages.
Source: Berkeley Lab

 
Marine LifeTop
Ask Shamu
Learn about a variety of sea mammals - bottlenose dolphin, killer whale, manatee, walrus, etc.
Source: Sea World

Dangerous Creatures of the Sea
Learn about a number of hazardous creatures in the sea. Many can cause serious harm to unaware or inattentive divers.
Source: U. of Utah

FrogWeb
Learn about declines and deformities in numerous amphibian species, including information about amphibians and habitats.
Source: U.S. Geological Survey

International Year of the Ocean
Information about oceanography, meteorology, resource conservation, and marine biology.
Source: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Marine Turtles
Information about the conservation of marine turtles in Australian waters.
Source: Australia's Department of the Environment and Heritage

National Marine Fisheries Service
A Resource for K-12 Science Teachers for cirriculum planning and student activities including word-scrambles, mazes, quizes, and various types of work sheets to help students understand the role and contributions of the National Marine Fisheries Serv
Source: The National Marine Fisheries Service

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Learn about oil spills and hazardous chemical accidents through experiments that can be done at home or in the classroom.
Source: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Ocean Planet Tour Page
The list of Exhibition panels that have been selected to make up your custom-designed tour of the Ocean Planet.
Source: Smithsonian Institution

Salmon
In depth look into problems that Salmon are facing.
Source: CBC News

Sea World Animal Information Database
Download cool animal facts, teacher’s guides, quizzes, activities... even check out live animal cams!
Source: Sea World/Busch Gardens

The Seaweed Site
This site is a source of general information on all aspects of seaweeds.
Source: Michael D. Guiry

 
Virtual ZoosTop
Animal Cams
Links to live cameras in the Ntional zoo to watch two pandas and also a horse cam.
Source: Discovery

Brookfield Zoo: Go Wild
Take an interactive journey to explore conservation efforts and learn about research projects worldwide.
Source: Brookfield Zoo

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo
Discover new animals and plants.
Source: Cleveland Zoo

Pittsburgh Zoo
Look up and learn about many animals
Source: Pittsburgh Zoo