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Animals (all species) 


School Discovery: Animal Planet can be explored by subject, offers live cams and games for kids and is designed just as a magazine with daily issues, news and hot topics.

Animal Tracks. A page from the NWF site: a nature program for educators and online, interactive games: Photo in the Everglades, Toxic Gobble.

With the Cool tours you can "visit amazing environments without leaving your computer! These tours show you water, wetlands, endangered species and public lands like national parks.

Sydd's Internet Zoo Over 400 links. Here you'll find a collection of pages each dedicated to a different member of the Animal Kingdom, organised into groups akin to the areas in a real zoo: reptiles and amphibians, primates, lions-tigers-bears, aviary (birds), insects, rain forest fauna, ...

Big Cats Online 
Introduction to the various species of cat living in the wild today, including Leopard, Lion, Tiger, Jaguar, Cheetah and Puma, and the lesser known 'Wild Cat' species.  

Kratts' Creatures Visit the TV show online, plays games, take an animal quiz, and learn more about animals. 

Missouri Department of Conservation Kids Page Learn all about Missouri's plants and its creatures (even the creepy crawly one's) on this site designed especially for kids. 

Sounds of the World's Animals Animals make much the same sounds around the world, but each language expresses them differently. English and French cows sound the same, but not in English and French! Explore the sounds of the world's languages through the sounds of the world's animals.

Kidlinks: Websites for kids about animals and zoos  from Kansas City Public Library. 

The WWW Virtual Library:  page of links dedicated to animals (all kinds). 

Animals A-Z: Birds, mammals, marsupials, and reptiles form the list that leads to detailed photos and  information. Part of the Oakland (CA) Zoo at Knowland Park.     

Wolves in Alaska Welcome to our web site about wolves. You will find out lots of interesting things about wolves at this site. You will revisit things you already know and learn things that you don't know. You will see a real wolf skull and other amazing things. To explore, click on the blue words below. You can learn how wolves communicate, survive, and protect themselves.
For some more information about wolves, go to this page and type in "wolves" in the search box.

The Animal Omnibus (Birmingham Zoo, Alabama) While searching the web for animal information, we realised that a child looking for an animal might have a hard time finding it. The Animal Omnibus is a list of web sources indexed by the name of the animal. For example, looking up African Elephant will produce a list of hyperlinks to sources with elephant information. Because the web is constantly changing, so will this site. We start with several hundred animals and will continue to grow: amphibians, fishes, anthropods, mammals, birds, mollusks, dinosaurs, reptiles...

Yahooligans: page of links to Animals and Zoos web sites.

The WWW Virtual Library  Links: Zoo Indexes, Links to Web Pages about Specific Zoos, Zoo Related Organizations, Zoo Related Web Pages, Related Subjects (Animal Related Links, Animal Pictures, Animal Sounds), Related Virtual Libraries...

The Zoo Animals: Animal Diversity Web Searchable Animal Diversity Web database by the University of Michigan Museum of Zoology.

Animal Quizzes   

Canada's Aquatic Environment-Animals Invertebrates, Amphibians, Fish, Reptiles, Birds, Mammals...

Horsefun  Do you LOVE horses? Do you LOVE to go horse riding? Are you a 100% horse lover? Do you live and breathe horses?
Do you WISH you owned a horse? Or that you could go horse riding every day... but can't? Do you want to discover the wonderful world of horses? Learn about horse breeds, horse care, and all things equestrian?

Horse Lover's Corral Everything you wnat to know about horses: anatomy, breeds, color chart, horse marking, basic riding, safety tips, E-cards, pen pals ...

Zoom Dinosaurs Zoom Dinosaurs is a comprehensive on-line hypertext book about dinosaurs. It is designed for students of all ages and comprehension levels.It has an -easy-to-use structure that allows readers to start at a basic level on each topic, and then to progress to much more advanced information as desired, simply by clicking on links.

Dinosaur and Paleontology Dictionary

DinoDictionary.com On average, a new species of dinosaur is discovered every six weeks. The Dinosaur Dictionary profiles over 300 known dinosaurs. You can also listen to the pronunciation of over 300 dinosaur names by simply clicking on the phonetic spelling of the name.

JP Institute This site is packed with information, fun facts and news about dinosaurs. Very interesting and informative. Also check out the Dinotainment  section where you can play games involving Dinosaurs. Different levels of difficulty.

For more information and pictures about Dinosaurs, go to Kids' Corner > Museums and Exhibits >> Natural History

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