The Smithsonian Animal Zoological Park
Kids and families can go WILD over the animals.
Animals in the Wild
It is a miracle that life can survive in the extreme conditions of
The Globally Endangered Chapter - featuring the world's endangered
and protected species.
Connecting animals, plants, and people.
A Digital Learning Center for Microbial Ecology.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's online digital media library.
Info from the American Cetacean Society
Designs for easy-to-make paper dinosaurs that you can download from
this site and print out on your printer.
Field Museum Sue Exhibit
Sue is the largest, most complete, and best preserved Tyrannosaurus
Zoom Dinosaurs is a comprehensive on-line hypertext book about dinosaurs.
It is designed for students of all ages and levels of comprehension.
Yuckiest Site on the Net
The best place for science and entertainment - with a major yuck factor.
Presented by the American Veterinarian Medical Association
Look through many breeds of horses.
to Love Your Dog
Everything you need know about your dog.
Cats are very smart animals. But they still need special care.
See How You Can Help to learn about pollution threats to turtles...
Do you know what a scute is?
Learn all sorts of true, weird and wacky facts about frogs and toads!
This page is dedicated to the American Alligator, an often maligned
and generally misunderstood resident of the Southeastern United States.
Snakes have been on the earth for 70 million years, some reaching
50-100 feet in length. Learn more about these fascinating creatures,
and their feeding, basic care, and common health problems.
This site inform children about bats and the issues surrounding them.
Big Cats Online offers a general introduction to the various species
of cat living in the wild today.
All About Tigers
Wolves Around the World
What's in a wolf's howl -- a calling card, a warning, or an invitation?