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I Wonder... Issue Date: 04-20-2003

Cool Spots imageJoin the Wonderville gang as they study science in the back yard at www.wonderville.ca. In this interactive neighborhood, clicking on different items found outdoors reveals fun facts about nature. The Wonder-Nik navigation tool guides your studies about earthworms, birds and much more. Scope out the two video clips about forensics and ornithology. When you're ready to study the wild side of your own back yard, you'll find the Wonderville list of experiments to be wonderfully helpful.

Visit: www.wonderville.ca
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Watching the Herd Issue Date: 02-23-2003

Cool Spots imageJoin the Plains Indians Tracking the Buffalo at http://americanhistory.si.edu/kids/buffalo. The people of the Northern Plains were resourceful, making use of every part of the buffalo. Play a matching game to discover how the natives used each part. You'll learn about Northern Plains buffalo hide traditions and how to unlock the meanings of hide paintings. Create your own decorated hide with the online hide outline. The natives tell many origin stories. Use the map to locate the tribes they mention or other tribes that you've "herd" about.

Visit: http://americanhistory.si.edu/kids/buffalo
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Nature's History Issue Date: 02-16-2003

Cool Spots imageDiscover a world spanning eons at the Natural History Museum in London at www.nhm.ac.uk. In the Earth lab, you'll find fossils, minerals and rocks. Twelve unidentified fossils are in Quest. Take notes about the fossils and try to identify them. Rub vocal chords with Mother Nature by spinning sound bytes with the nature sound mixer. The AntCast lets you spy on an ant colony with a live video stream. Put your bravery to the test with a visit to an animated T-Rex and other dinosaurs. This museum brings natural history to you.

Visit: www.nhm.ac.uk
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Life With Koko Issue Date: 02-16-2003

Cool Spots imageVisit The Gorilla Foundation and meet Koko at www.koko.org. Koko, the world's most renowned gorilla, can sign more than 1,000 words. She will teach you American Sign Language as well as a language she developed on her own. You're sure to love Koko's Christmas QuickTime video. Check out the pictures she has taken and see pictures of Koko as a baby. People all over the world are trying to help gorillas. One way you can help is by expanding your knowledge about these animals, so subscribe to Koko's eNews for the latest gorilla information. (Disclaimer: This site now contains advertisements.)

Visit: www.koko.org
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Pass The Ants, Please Issue Date: 02-02-2003

Cool Spots imageLearn about The Online Anteater, one of nature's strangest creatures, at www.maiaw.com/anteater. You can read about the anteater's odd body features, such as its tube-like nose and ultra-long tongue. In Fun Stuff, learn to say anteater in 27 languages and read anteater comics. Then head to Feeding for a glimpse at the anteater's unsavory eating habits. They consume up to 30,000 insects in one day. Be sure to catch the picture of an anteater diving nose-first into a termite mound. If you had a 2-foot tongue, you'd eat termites and ants, too!

Visit: www.maiaw.com/anteater
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