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Do you have a favorite animal you like to see when you go to the zoo? Animal Needs, harcourtschool.com/activity/animalneeds, is a game where you will learn interesting facts about how animals adapt to the conditions they live in. For instance, did you know that the panda does not hibernate during the winter? Its fur gets thicker during the winter months to adapt to the colder environment. To play this game, choose a button on the projector and an animal will appear on the screen, along with a fact about it. It’s your job to figure out which need this characteristic meets. You can select from oxygen, climate, food, water and shelter/protection.
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Have you ever heard about an interesting place and wanted to take a trip there yourself? Field Trip Earth, fieldtripearth.org, will take you on virtual adventures around the world. You can select a featured field trip or choose one from the map. Go on a Whale Shark Expedition or check out Atlantic Sea Turtles. Each trip includes facts About the Species, details About the Region and a Media Gallery. Did you know that the Przewalski horse was nearly extinct when a recovery effort in Mongolia began with just 11 horses that were in zoos?
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Did you know that your actions can play a part in helping birds migrate safely? Experience their journey in Mission Migration, audubon.org/games/mission-migration. Each fall, many birds travel to warm climates to escape harsh winters, then return to their breeding grounds in the spring. In this game, it is your job to see that the flock arrives safely at its destination. You will fly over many habitats, such as farmland, cities and forests, dodging planes and storm clouds along the way. When you stop to re-energize, look for healthy food options such as berry bushes, gardens and insects.
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Have some Fun in the Deep Blue Sea at meddybemps.com/deepblue/Index.html. Dive Deep with Weebit Cuckoo in his tiny submarine and see colorful creatures on your way. Who lives at the very bottom? Tippity Witchet loves to take pictures. Browse Beach Photos to see photographs of birds, critters and treasures she’s found. Have you ever seen a Roseate Spoonbill or Ghost Crab? See what you can learn from the pictures for your next trip to the ocean. Then Compare Videos to see how the different creatures travel in the deep blue sea.
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Have you ever wondered about Prehistoric Life, bbc.co.uk/nature/prehistoric? Take a closer look at the mighty creatures who once roamed the planet, such as the woolly mammoth and Tyrannosaurus rex. See scientists unwrap the remains of the Yuka mammoth found in the Siberian wilderness. Did you know that an ostrich’s legs are similar to T-rex’s? Watch How Fast Was T-rex? to see an ostrich running on a treadmill, helping scientists determine the speed of the ancient lizard. In History of Life on Earth, you can learn the about the Big Five extinctions.
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