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Bird Migration Issue Date: 01-14-2018

Cool Spots image Wanda the Wood Thrush needs your help on her journey back to her nesting grounds. The Smithsonian’s National Zoo invites you to Play the Migration Game, nationalzoo.si.edu/migratory-birds/play-migration-game. Let the Journey Begin in Costa Rica, where Wanda has spent the winter. Do you know why birds migrate? As you answer questions along the way, you will learn interesting facts about birds and how they survive the changing environment. For instance, Wanda will travel at night and feed during the day. This is wise, because there are fewer predators at night. She can also fly as high as 2,000 feet! Learn how

Visit: http://nationalzoo.si.edu/migratory-birds/play-migration-game
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Bird Migration Issue Date: 01-14-2018

Cool Spots image Wanda the Wood Thrush needs your help on her journey back to her nesting grounds. The Smithsonian’s National Zoo invites you to Play the Migration Game, nationalzoo.si.edu/migratory-birds/play-migration-game. Let the Journey Begin in Costa Rica, where Wanda has spent the winter. Do you know why birds migrate? As you answer questions along the way, you will learn interesting facts about birds and how they survive the changing environment. For instance, Wanda will travel at night and feed during the day. This is wise, because there are fewer predators at night. She can also fly as high as 2,000 feet! Learn how

Visit: http://nationalzoo.si.edu/migratory-birds/play-migration-game
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Polar Explorers Issue Date: 01-14-2018

Cool Spots image Visit Ice Stories: Dispatches From Polar Scientists, icestories.exploratorium.edu/dispatches, to look at the lives of scientists in icy regions of Earth. Did you know some biologists specialize in penguins? They are among many scientists in the Arctic and Antarctica who study climate, landscape and wildlife. Scientists sharing their work allow students to learn from photographs and descriptions of the research. Big Ideas is a great place to investigate Antarctic Whales, Polar Bears, Icebergs and Arctic Birds. The Reading Snowflakes experiment is designed to predict climate change and examine historic environmental trends.

Visit: http://icestories.exploratorium.edu/dispatches
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Visit the Aquarium Issue Date: 12-10-2017

Cool Spots image Chicago’s Shedd Aquarium houses 32,000 animals. Animals & Care, www.sheddaquarium.org/Animals--Care/Animal-Facts/, describes the work of experts dedicated to providing the best possible environment for them. Did you know that a beluga whale can hold its breath underwater for 20 minutes? Check out Animal Facts to learn more about your favorite aquatic creatures. Meet Luna, the amazing sea otter rescued at just 5 weeks old, in Animal Health, Welfare & Training. Did you know that 90 percent of the trash in our oceans is plastic? You can help the Animal Response Team protect sea life by reducing your use of disposable bottles.

Visit: https://www.sheddaquarium.org/Animals--Care/Animal-Facts/
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Sea Life Issue Date: 11-05-2017

Cool Spots image The New England Aquarium, neaq.org/exhibits/animals, is home to a wide variety of sea creatures. From the colorful giant Pacific octopus to the terrifying anaconda, you’ll have the chance to view beautiful images and learn about the animals that live at the aquarium. Lionfish are typically found in the Pacific and Indian oceans, but recently they have been spotted in the Atlantic. Find out why this is concerning to scientists. Did you know that California sea lions can swim up to 25 mph? This makes them the fastest sea lions in the world. You’ll want to bookmark this site for online research!

Visit: http://neaq.org/exhibits/animals
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