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Birds of a Feather Issue Date: 12-31-2000

Cool Spots imageThe Bird Site, presented by the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, has everything you want to know about birds. Fly away to www.nhm.org/site/explore-exhibits/permanent-exhibits/birds. There you will find a vast collection of topics about birds, such as evolution and diversity, anatomy and physiology, adaptations, behavior, flight and conservation. Learn about birds' songs or their body language, or discover flightless birds. This is one site all bird lovers will go cuckoo over.

Visit: www.nhm.org/site/explore-exhibits/permanent-exhibits/birds
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Goin' Bats! Issue Date: 12-17-2000

Cool Spots imageFly over to Bat Conservation International Inc. at www.batcon.org. This site has everything you want to know about bats. Check out the "FAQ About Bats" to learn how bats see in the dark or why bats hang upside down and much more. You can even find out about real vampire bats. There are lots of pictures as well as information about how to get involved in bat conservation. This is one site that will make you batty.

Visit: www.batcon.org
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Soar With The Eagles Issue Date: 12-10-2000

Cool Spots imageSpread your wings and head to the American Bald Eagle Information Web site at www.baldeagleinfo.com. Check out the bald eagle history section, and then learn all about eagle feathers, eye sight, migration, feeding habits and much more. Take a peek at the story of how the eagle became America's national emblem. Also, don't forget to look at all the beautiful photos of eagles. This is one site that will make you soar.

Visit: www.baldeagleinfo.com
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Diggin' for Dinosaurs Issue Date: 11-12-2000

Cool Spots imageGrab your fossil finder and head to the San Diego Natural History Museum's Dinosaur Dig Kids' Habitat at www.sdnhm.org/kids/dinosaur. Play the "Name That Reptile!" game, and learn about the theories of how dinosaurs became extinct at "Meteors and Mass Extinction." You'll find tons of dinosaur facts at "Dinosaur Bytes." Then tackle the challenging Jurassic Jumble, a word-search game. This site is sure to thrill all dinosaur fans.

Visit: www.sdnhm.org/kids/dinosaur
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Scientists at Sea Issue Date: 11-05-2000

Cool Spots imageThe sea has been called Earth's last frontier. And some remarkable women are learning all about it. Take a deep-sea dive at www.womenoceanographers.org. This site is devoted to women's contributions to marine science. You'll find stories about the scientific careers of five women as well as cool pictures from their travels. Thinking about a career in oceanography? Find out all about it from these dedicated women.

Visit: www.womenoceanographers.org
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