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From Africa to the Americas, crocodiles are among the most feared creatures on the planet. At Nova Online: Crocodiles, you'll learn how these stealthy wonders continue to survive and prosper through the age of dinosaurs to the present. Crawl out to the tropics at www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/crocs. In this swampland adventure, you'll wrestle with a half-ton Nile crocodile in the wild and read about a fossil croc in Australia that may have been a tree-climber. With amazing photographs and info on diets, habitats and croc bites, this is no small gator farm. And at the Clickable Gator, you'll find the secrets behind the croc's success as the top predator in the 'hood. Just watch your step!
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Jump into the pond at http://allaboutfrogs.org/froglnd.shtml. Once you're swimming around this place, it'll be hard to head back to dry land! From Jurassic hoppers to pet store shoppers, this site covers every bit of froggy territory. Start by meeting the pet African frogs and Firebellied toads of the woman who created the site. How did frogs learn to jump? Why do frogs fall in love? It's all there in Weird Facts about frogs and toads. Spend hours in the swamps listening to frog songs, gazing into the eyes of tadpoles, and even learning what YOU can do to help save frogs. You'll be feeling so froggy, you might get a craving for flies! If all these cute herps get you wanting one of your own, there's some great advice for frog pet care (they can1t help you with getting permission from your parents, though...). Even if there are no frogs in your future, there's plenty of "ribbiting" stuff here for anyone who likes animals. Hop to it, kid! (Disclaimer: This site now contains advertisements.)
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From the bowhead to the blue, whales are among the most majestic animals of the sea. At WhaleNet, you'll get the opportunity to learn more about these ocean mammals up-close. Dive in at http://whale.wheelock.edu and spend a day on a whale watch, experiencing the sites and sounds of being at one with a killer whale or right whale. Be sure to pack sun screen and a pair of binoculars! At the WhaleNet Slide Show, you'll also get to play with seals and swim with the sharks. A satellite tagging program through the New England Aquarium lets you follow blue whales, elephant seals and loggerhead turtles. Don't forget to play What's It, a game in which you have to guess on the many unusual and interesting things that live in the ocean. It's time to check out some whale tales!
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Bird watchers and tourists alike love catching glimpses of eagles, gulls and seabirds up close. Thanks to Wild-Eyed Alaska, you, too, can take part in the bird gazing! Travel north to www.hhmi.org/alaska and make your way to Gull Island, in Kachemak Bay. The Pratt Museum in Homer, Alaska, has installed four video cameras on the island to keep an eye on the incredible wildlife found here. You'll watch colorful video clips of the black-legged kittiwakes and horned puffins at play, or bald eagles on the hunt. Dive into the sea and swim with whales, sea lions, salmon and more. And be sure to catch the millions of birds migrating south before winter arrives-don't get left behind! Alaska awaits!
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Old McDonald had a farm, and after a visit to the Barnyard Palace, so can you! This far-out farm shows students how to manage and care for various animals. Hop on the tractor and ride out to www.agr.state.nc.us/cyber/kidswrld/
general/barnyard/barnyard.htm for an old-fashioned barnyard hoedown. You'll learn about the basic life cycle of goats, as well as their interesting personalities. Every "chicken little" on the block will love the poultry page, full of tidbits on hens, chickens and eggs. This site is full of interesting stories and trivia. Did you know that dairy cows use their tails like giant flyswatters? Or that pigs, in fact, do NOT sweat. Best of all, you'll get the chance to milk a cow yourself at the milking parlor! Find out today if you're cut out for the family farm. The Barnyard Palace is one serious animal house!
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