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Visit the animals that live at the Philadelphia Zoo, philadelphiazoo.org/Animals.htm, Americaís first zoo. Whether youíre researching a school project or just want to know more about your favorite animals, youíll find the information you need. Check out The Most Endangered Animals to see wildlife such as the Western Lowland Gorilla. Have you ever seen a Golden Lion Tamarin? Learn about this tiny primate in Save Wildlife. Nearly 1 billion birds die each year from window collisions. The Migratory Bird Initiative tells what the zoo is doing to help.
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The Childrenís Museum of Indianapolis presents Dinosphere, childrens museum.org/dinosphere/home. Find dinosaurs youíve never heard of in Meet Our Dinos. Then head over to the Paleo Lab, where youíll see that discovering a fossil is just the first step in the long process of Fossil Prep. Are you ready for some games? Play Track the Herd, and try to find your lost family of duckbilled dinosaurs. Building a dinosaur that can actually stand, run and hunt from a pile of parts is not easy! See if you are up to this challenging activity in Construct-a-Saurus.
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The Conchologists of America Kidís Section, conchologistsofamerica.org kids, is full of fun, games and shell facts. Thereís more to those pretty seashells you pick up on the beach than color and shape. Did you know land snails are able to lift 10 times their weight on a vertical surface, or that scallops have dozens of eyes? You might look at those tiny creatures a little differently from now on Ė or they may be looking at you! Shell words are difficult to pronounce when you try to solve the word search in Games. Gather great ideas to begin your own shell collection in Activities.
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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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