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Bat Your Wings Issue Date: 11-15-2009

Cool Spots imageVenture into the dark unknown with Soar With Bats: Night Fliers of the Skies, http://teacher.scholastic.com/activities/
explorations/bats
. Start at Level 1, and move up to Level 2 as your bat expertise grows. Maybe you will end up with Dr. Nancy Simmons looking at how these mammals have adapted to their environments over time. You might also discover how different diets affect how bats look. No matter which level you begin with, check out the helpful vocabulary sections that will have you speaking like an expert in no time!

Visit: http://teacher.scholastic.com/activities/explorations/bats
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Totally Tentacles! Issue Date: 10-25-2009

Cool Spots imageWatch out for those giant squid at The Colossal Squid Exhibition, http://squid.tepapa.govt.nz. Get to work designing your own squid as you carefully choose its eyes, head shape and tentacles. Once you have created your beautiful beast, have fun with it before you set it free. If animated squid are not your thing, click on Squid Files to see amazing photos of some real-life sea "monsters" and discover how scientists research these creatures. Before you move on, take time to visit the Exhibition, where you will find out just what it takes to capture and care for the giant squid.

Visit: http://squid.tepapa.govt.nz
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The Wild Outside Issue Date: 10-11-2009

Cool Spots imageThe National Science Foundation wants to introduce you to The Secret Life of Wild Animals at www.nsf.gov/news/special_reports/animals. No matter where you look in the world, wild animals are present. With new technological advances like tracking systems and hidden cameras, their lives can be studied so that scientists can better understand how animals interact with their habitats. As our planet's available living space shrinks, finding out more about our furry neighbors becomes increasingly important.

Visit: www.nsf.gov/news/special_reports/animals
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Squirrel Spying Issue Date: 09-27-2009

Cool Spots imageNo matter where you live in the United States, odds are that squirrels are running around your town. Project Squirrel, www.projectsquirrel.org, encourages you to monitor these furry friends and submit regular reports so that ecologists can use squirrels to make environmental predictions. Click on the green bar to become a citizen scientist and record your observations about squirrels who live in an area near you. Make sure to share this site with teachers and friends at school, so more people can get in on the action!

Visit: www.projectsquirrel.org
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Wet and Wild Issue Date: 09-20-2009

Cool Spots imageWatch out for those tentacles! Jellyfish Gone Wild, www.nsf.gov/news/special_reports/jellyfish, may make you think twice about diving into the deep blue. On their own, most jellyfish are no big deal. Sure they can sting, but in large swarms they can disable boats, cause major damage to fish farms and even kill the occasional swimmer. Click on Swarms to find out more about where these slimeballs gather and why they group together in such large numbers. Be sure to stay safe when you venture into the ocean!

Visit: www.nsf.gov/news/special_reports/jellyfish
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