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By researching, scripting and presenting their own news bulletin students learn about species and conservation issues in... see more

The University of Pittsburgh is fortunate to own one of the rare, complete sets of John James Audubon’s Birds of America.... see more

This video explores how dead animals become preserved and the conditions necessary for that to happen. 

This is a free, online textbook regarding Biodiversity. The book consists of 4 modules: Biodiversity Growth and... see more

Steller’s classic work, published in Latin in 1751 and in German in 1753, contains the only scientific description from... see more

This website gives information about how diamonds are formed, how diamonds are found  and how old diamonds are. This link... see more

The Digital Commons Network: Life Sciences Commons contains 131,300+ Open Access full-text articles pertaining to Life... see more

This is a huge compilation of knowledge in relation to everything to do with dinosaurs.  The site includes descriptions... see more

These are past video clips. Produced by the Biodiversity Research Institute in Maine, USA. They have archived several... see more

A description of echinoderm biology and natural history of Australian echinoderms including sea urchins, star fish (sea... see more

Our knowledge of the many life-forms on Earth - of animals, plants, fungi, protists and bacteria - is scattered around... see more

A site describing ethnobotany and providing a possible classroom exercise. The site describes various plants and their... see more

'Discover the beauty of North American wildlife in the official app for the Hall of North American Mammals at the... see more

Conservation International's blog - regular articles written for anyone interested in conservation biology and... see more

This is a companion web site to a Public Broadcasting System Nova documentary on sharks filmed around Cocos Island. It... see more

The oldest living creature is a bristlecone pine tree living in California's White Mountains, dubbed by the scientist... see more

This is the main site for The Natural History Museum of London.  It has wonderful features on Nature online, NaturePlus,... see more

Nature Online is a subsite of The Natural History Museum of London. Nature Online provides information about research... see more

This is the website of The North American Mycological Association (NAMA), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with 80... see more

As development of once rural land increases, the opossum continues to be pushed out of its natural habitat and forced... see more

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