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

Easy to follow step-by-step demonstration on how to dissect a preserved sheep brain. Some structures are labeled. 

Explore the world’s newly discovered species and challenge students’ understanding of how scientists discover and... see more

Explore some of the world’s newly discovered species and introduce students to the concepts of classification, using... see more

This site includes a wealth of information on the Sydney Aquarium in Australia. It also features a virtual tour of the... 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

The Cenozoic Era, which began 65 million years ago and continues to the present, is also known as the Age of the Mammals,... see more

'Learn about Zoology: The Study of Animals! Don't know what Zoology is all about, here is a quick reference guide on the... see more

The DSD "Whole Frog" project is intended to introduce the concepts of modern, computer based 3D visualization, and at the... 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

This activity challenges students to think about what it means to be an endangered species and what causes a species to... see more

This fun and interactive quiz challenges students to use their knowledge of animal classification and their powers of... see more

An incredible collection of images and information on animal skeletons. So many of the bones in the collection carry... see more

Collection of science materials for 14-16 year olds.

Pictures of fresh and preserved items for animal biology, along with labeled dissections.

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

Features 30 peer-reviewed journals from Brazil, China, India, Inodesia, Kenya, South Africa, Uganda, and Zimbabwe.... see more

bioRxiv (pronounced bio-archive) is a free online archive and distribution for unpublished preprints in the life... see more

This site provides information about the gorilla Koko and about gorilla intelligence in general. "Koko, a female lowland... see more

The Macaulay Library archive, world’s largest archive of animal sounds, has an extensive organized and documented... see more

Through this series on measuring biodiversity students will conduct investigations based on their own questioning, they... see more

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