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Animals Past and Present, http://urbanext.illinois.edu/animals, has a wealth of information about the history of animals on planet Earth. Stretching back billions of years, this timeline introduces you to creatures that are extinct and those still thriving on Earth. Journey to Frosty Animals to watch Ice Ages come and go, and see which animals were able to adapt to the cold and those who could not survive. Jet back to The Reign of the Dinosaurs for a look at the many species that flourished. Bookmark this to share with your friends.
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A horse is a horse, of course, of course, and the Museum of Natural History’s The Horse, www.amnh.org/explore/ology/horse, will put you in touch will all things equine. The Biology of the Horse is full of fascinating facts about this magnificent mammal. Did you know a horse's ears turn toward sound or that its eyes overlap for 3-D vision? Be sure to browse through the Beautiful Breeds and their many coat colors, body types and measurements. From great skeletal shots to suggestions for further reading, this site will give you new admiration for the humble horse.
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These Crocs Are Made for Biting, www.nsf.gov/news/special_reports/crocs, is a special report sure to excite the interest of animal enthusiasts. The video tells a tale of a small but powerful ancient crocodile discovered in Tanzania. This land-living animal moved around with surprising ability because of its thin and limber arms and legs. The cat-sized creature had dog-like teeth that helped it process food much like a mammal. Scientists are comparing this croc to other East African specimens to learn more. Pass this video on to curious science lovers in your life.
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Adopt an iguana, or just learn how to care for one at Green Iguana Society, www.greenigsociety.org/kidsclub.htm. Many of these lovable lizards are looking for good homes, so with your parents’ permission, see if you can add one to your family. Once you have convinced your folks, scroll through Caring for Your Iguana for tips such as using special UV lighting and finding tasty plants for them to eat. From creating the right habitat to bathing your new friend, this site covers it all. Pass it along to any other iguana owners and spread the love.
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Calling dog lovers everywhere! Hunter's Search Dog Kids Area, http://jcsda.com/kids, is a great place to find out how dogs can play a role in wilderness safety. Click on All About SAR Dogs to discover how these super-smart canines help find people who get lost in the wild. From learning how to jump high and run fast, to obeying commands, this is no easy job. You should also check out Hunter's Wilderness Tips so you can be safe and enjoy the outdoors with peace of mind. Hats off to the dogs who work hard watching out for our safety!
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