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Australia's Museum Victoria explains the creepy crawly creatures we call Bugs, museumvictoria.com.au/bugs. Did you know there are more than 10 million species of bugs? They haven't all been discovered yet, so you might be able to find a new one in your own backyard! Bugs Are Amazing, and you will be impressed when you see their Bug Homes. Humans aren't the only engineers; insects create mounds, tunnels and nests with materials they gather. Now try to catch some bugs for the cabinet at the museum in the Bug Catcher Game. The Field Guide can help if you get into a jam.
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Join kids across the country as they get ready for the Great Backyard Bird Count on Feb. 15-18, birdsource.org/gbbc/kids. You can help collect important information on the number and species of birds that spend winter in your area by observing them in your backyard. Top Ten Birds will show you what kinds to look for where you live. Create a free GBBC account to get started. Observe an area for at least 15 minutes on one or more of the count days, then create and submit a checklist for each location. Try to identify bird songs in Guess Who\'s Squawkin\' and become a bird expert! If you like to cook, make Marvel Meal Treat for the birds and share the recipe!
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If you like animals, you may have wondered what's underneath all that fur you see at the zoo. Now you can examine the bones inside primates at eSkeletons, eskeletons.org. Did you know that gorillas are mainly vegetarian and have special stomachs to help them eat tough plants? As you scroll through skeletons you'll learn all kinds of facts about primates, including humans! Examine the craniums of a gorilla and a chimp side by side in Comparative Anatomy. Which is smarter? The Glossary is a great resource for your next project.
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Being a hero isnít just about helping people. You can be a hero to animals in your community at PAWS, paws.org/kids.html. Have a bake sale, host a movie night for animals or organize a gift drive for a local pet shelter. These are just some of the ideas you'll find if you decide to Volunteer. Make yarn balls for cats and rope toys for dogs, or find recipes for treats dogs will love in Stuff to Do. Research for your next animal project at school will be a breeze when you visit Learn, full of information about wild animals, pets and farm animals.
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The University of Michigan created BioKIDS, www.biokids.umich.edu, to help kids learn about the diverse species of animals that live in southeast Michigan and beyond. Start with Critter Catalog to access pictures, facts and sounds of many furry and not-so-furry creatures. In Mammals you can find pictures of wolves, foxes and relatives, and hear a coyote howl. Move on to Birds and listen to the cuckoos to see if youíve heard that sound in your yard. Before searching for more creatures, stop by the Tracks and Sign Guide so you'll know just what to look for!
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