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The Oxford University Museum of Natural History presents The Learning Zone, www.oum.ox.ac.uk/thezone. This is the place to visit for projects on Animals, Insects, Fossils or Rocks. First you can explore the site to find your topic. Now click on a category to find the cool facts you need to ace your assignment. Letís say you discover an unusual tiny creature in your backyard. Visit Insects and use Instant I.D. to find a picture of that bug and learn more about it. Once youíve finished your research, itís time for a challenge: Play Rockyís Rock Cycle Games in Funstuff.
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Laura Jernegan: Girl on a Whaleship, girlonawhaleship.org, describes the exciting three-year sea journey of a 6-year-old girl and her family in the 19th century. Can you imagine living and going to school on a boat for three years? Explore Lauraís Journal to learn about daily life on the ship. You can create your own Map of Whaling to see the sailing routes. Explore the Ship to see actual pictures of the inside of a whaler. Links throughout each story reveal real artifacts and vivid paintings. Read about the Whaling Disaster of 1871 in More About. Did Captain Jernegan and his crew survive?
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Your next research project will be a breeze with Encyclopedia of Life, eol.org. Have you ever had to wade through websites or books to find the right information for an assignment? EOL gathers information from trusted sources such as museums, universities and top scientists to provide the most complete information about life on Earth. Enhance a presentation with images, video and maps. The searchable database simplifies every quest. For instance, if you search ďBirds of Costa RicaĒ you will see the strikingly colorful Scarlet Macaw (Ara Macao).
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Watching birds is a fun hobby for all ages. Nebraskaís diverse avian population is featured at Project Beak, projectbeak.org. Check out Birding Basics, where you can be a casual birder and observe what you see and hear, or you can Gear Up with items such as binoculars, a notebook and a field guide. Attract birds to your backyard by adding feeders, nest boxes and a variety of plants. Birds and People have always interacted, but Fashion describes the downside of bird feathers as a popular ladiesí hat accessory years ago, causing severe declines in some bird populations.
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Have you ever wanted to take a camera into the ocean and just explore? Jonathan Birdís Blue World, blueworldtv.com, is a collection of adventures captured on film by Jonathan and his team. Deep underwater caves can be scary, but they are home to interesting sea life. Watch Webisodes such as The Blind Cavefish, where veteran explorer Christine Loew leads the search for a tiny fish that is the top predator in dark cave waters. Did you know that Humpback Whales travel 2,000 miles to the warm waters of the Caribbean to give birth to their calves?
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