|2Learn 'NetStep Ref. ID: N2821|
|Animals III Links|
|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.
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.