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Animals III Links
Level:K-3, 4-6
Audience:Parent, Student, Teacher
Category:Biology, Science (General)
Theme:Nature and Environment
Prepared by:secured secured
School/Organization:St. Monica
Jurisdiction:Edmonton Catholic Regional Division #40
African Wildlife Foundation, Wildlives: Africa's Animals
Developed by the African Wildlife Foundation, this site is a magnificent resource of facts and images of African animals.

ASPCA Animaland
A flash, interactive site for kids relating to animal research, pet care, and games, sponsored by ASPCA.

Canadian Museum of Nature, Natural History Notebooks / Musée canadien de la nature, Carnets d'histoire naturelle
A wonderful Canadian reference on the topics of mammals, birds, fish, reptiles, amphibians, and invertebrates, endangered/extinct, prehistoric life, and a search by map.

Education World, Site Reviews Center, Science Sites
Education World has thousands of sites dedicated to helping teachers. This site has hundreds of links broken up into various categories of science.

Oakland Zoo Animals
This has a comprehensive listing of animals with detailed descriptions that can be used for student research.

SeaWorld/Busch Gardens, Explore the Wild World of Animals, Animal Information
This site contains a database on different categories; an option to contact an expert; current news updates on animals; and topical links.

Smithsonian Natural Zoo
The best site for comprehensive research on animals.

UAMZ, Feature Creatures
The U of A Zoology Department features an Alberta vertebrate species. A great starting source for local animals, birds, and fish.

UMMZ, Animal Diversity Web
The University of Michigan Museum of Zoology has prepared this excellent database research resource. You can enter an animal's name and a file will come up, or you can learn about animal classification and characteristics.

Unique Australian Animals
A comprehensive database of information about Australian animals - mammals, aquatic, and reptilian.

A highly interactive site with multimedia requiring flash, adobe reader, and quicktime. Students can explore wildlife or create their own.