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Many different species make Earth their home. Navigate to ARKive, www.arkive.org to view photos of the many different neighbors you have on this planet. The Globally Endangered Chapter features creatures that need more protection. From the giant African elephant to the tiny Brazilian free-tailed bat, many mammals are in danger of extinction. Select Fish to take a dive into the seas where a gentle giant, the basking shark, waits to be discovered. Even fungi, like the dark purple earth tongue are endangered. Learn about these threatened species while you still have the chance.
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Bust those spider myths and upgrade your eight-legged knowledge by visiting The Spider Myths Site at www.washington.edu/burke
museum/spidermyth. Deadly bites put fear into kids and adults alike. Feel better about these creepy critters as you discover the truth behind "dangerous" spiders. Some legends about spiders are not necessarily scary, but they sure are weird. No need to worry about jumping tarantulas or venomous daddy longlegs, though. Read up on house spiders to get the scoop on the web weavers in your place and learn to make peace with these cool creatures.
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Water is an essential element in life. Learn all about plants, animals and environments that thrive in aquatic environments when you visit www.aquatic.uoguelph.ca. Did you know plant life begins the food chain for all creatures? View cool life cycle visuals when you browse Food Webs. Funky Fish is a must-see if you want to learn how many weird creatures swim the seas. Explore Aquaculture for a look into ocean wonders and the critters that stay alive thanks to their wet habitat. Many important people play a role in Research. Browse them by name or subject for more information on current discoveries and future projects.
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Join the swine and wallow in The Joy of Pigs at www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/pigs/smart.html. Pigs are so much more than a food that ends up on your plate. Did you know pigs also hunt for special mushrooms known as truffles? Another fun fact is that pigs are surprisingly clean, smart animals. Potbellied pigs can also make great pets, but make sure to do your research before adding one to your family. These oinkers can weigh up to 300 pounds! To view some pig pics, click on Pigs Around the World and connect with your local mud lovers.
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Watch your step in the Microbe Zoo at http://commtechlab.msu.edu/sites/dlc-me/zoo. Microbes are tiny living organisms that have several cool functions that you will discover while wandering through this site. Microbes may be guilty of killing plants, but they also help build healthy soil. Browse through Ag Acres to see how. If you get hungry, stop by the Snack Bar and take your pick from bread, yogurt or cheese, all fermented and preserved by microbes. More microbes thrive in Water World. No matter where you go, it seems the microbes follow you. Deep down in the dirt or up to six miles in the air, microbes are an inescapable part of our lives.
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