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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

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

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

Sea World Animal Information Database
Download cool animal facts, teacherís 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