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Lurking in the Water Issue Date: 05-08-2011

Cool Spots imageThe Ocean Over Time, http://ocean.si.edu/ocean-over-time/top-predators-timeline, introduces you to the most dangerous creatures that have prowled the seas. Click on Begin Journey Through Time and spiral into the murky depths to discover what you should watch out for. Each animal class, such as the Anomalocaridids and the Ammonites, comes with a size comparison so you can see how big they were compared to humans. From razor-sharp teeth to creepy claws, these super-predators will rock your world.

Visit: http://ocean.si.edu/ocean-over-time/top-predators-timeline
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Your New Mission Issue Date: 04-03-2011

Cool Spots imageNature Missions, www2.ville.montreal.qc.ca/
biodome/espace-jeunes/missions-nature/jeunes/
index.php?lg=en
, is a place where young explorers can travel the globe, learn about new environments and the creatures that inhabit them. Each destination has a special mission for hardy troupers, so prepare yourself for the challenge. You may be asked to identify animals and organisms, and to play games. You will meet amazing experts such as Professor Penguin, secret agent Lynx-eye and Captain Fish, so choose your destination for an exciting trip.

Visit: www2.ville.montreal.qc.ca/biodome/espace-jeunes/missions-nature/jeunes/index.php?lg=en
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Wired Into the Wild Issue Date: 02-20-2011

Cool Spots imageEarth Rangers at www.earthrangers.com, want to bring back the wild in a big way by educating young people about the struggles animals face in their quest for survival. Get your daily dose of biodiversity basics by clicking “Start,” where you can access the latest posts and browse through the archives. Check back often for valuable information on cool topics such as the lazy red panda, walrus teeth and diving turtles. There are many areas you can search through, so learn how squids “talk” to one another and find out what a camel stores in its hump today!

Visit: www.earthrangers.com
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Animal Action Issue Date: 02-13-2011

Cool Spots imageAnimals 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.

Visit: http://urbanext.illinois.edu/animals
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Neigh! Issue Date: 01-16-2011

Cool Spots imageA 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.

Visit: www.amnh.org/explore/ology/horse
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