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This is a children's website for paleontology, which is very useful for kids and adults interested in the topic. It is... see more

The Sam Noble Museum is a research division of the University of Oklahoma. Housing more than 10 million objects and... see more

This site is an educational site that describes some of the research at the Alaska Biological Sciences Center. The rest... see more

This site contains a series of National Public Radio stories about invasive species around the globe. Each audio file is... see more

People have used the rich resources available in the Brooks River area (Alaska) for nearly 5,000 years. In Story of a... see more

This site features Sue, the largest, most complete and best preserved _T. Rex_ skeleton ever found. Visitors can learn... see more

A comprehensive site covering fossil and recent sea urchin diversity. To quote the site, "The primary purpose of the site... see more

Everything there is to know about owls. Includes lists of all owl species with photos and sounds, information about owl... see more

TIMETREE is a public resource for knowledge on the timescale and evolutionary history of life. There is a searchable... see more

As descibed at the site, "The Tree of Life is a project containing information about the diversity of organisms on Earth,... see more

This is an access point for six databases: Specimens in the U.S. National Fungus Collections (repository for over one... see more

Knowing ‘how many’ of any species is a challenge for researchers. In recent years satellites have been used, but there... see more

Visuals Unlimited (VU) began in the 1960's while Dr. Cunningham was writing, editing, and doing research for several of... see more

Website covering all aspects of rainforest ecology, including databases of flora and fauna, pictures and animations of... see more

This resource provides insight into how the dinosaurs were wiped out on earth. It discusses the possible extinction... see more

This course introduces the parallel evolution of life and the environment. Life processes are influenced by chemical and... see more

AntWeb is "the world's largest database of images, specimen records, and natural history on ants. As of May 2012 AntWeb... see more

An Animal Planet episode that interviews Dr. Paul Robinson, a marine biologist, about his new evidence that mermaids do... see more

Free local web-based wildlife guides are available for birds, butterflies, mammals, reptiles & amphibians, trees, and... see more

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's online collection of public domain still photographs: The National Image Library... see more

The material is accessible after a free registration. This lesson contains 3D models. Some of them are available after a... see more

AgriXiv.org is a free, open access preprints archive for Agriculture and Allied Sciences. AgriXiv.org utilizes the Open... see more

The material is accessible after a free registration. This lesson contains 3D models. Some of them are available after a... see more

Data.gov is where you will find data, tools, and resources to conduct research, develop web and mobile applications,... see more