Plants and Marine Life
Online Video. Great
movies and clips through hydroactive.com
- Animal Resources-Red
Hot & New-Informational
topics include Animal
Rescue and Rehabilitation Animal Training at Sea World, Baleen Whales,Beluga
Whales , Biodiversity Birds of Prey, Bony Fishes, Bottlenose Dolphins,
Clydesdales, Corals and Coral Reefs, Endangered Species, Gorillas, Key
West Animals, Killer Whales, Manatees, Nature At Risk, Penguins, Polar
Bears, Sea Turtles, Sea World Song Book, Sharks and Their Relatives,
Tigers, Tropical Forests, Walruses, and Zoological Park Careers...
BirdsBird links from around the world including the Audubon
Society, National Birding Hotline Cooperative, American Birding Association,
The Raptor Center, Red-winged Blackbird, Black Tern Spotted Owl, Gyrfalcon
Odd Bird, Art and Photographs and much more.
Cats-Everything you wanted to know about cats and more. If
you want cats, you'll find them here.
Dogs-Links to 2000 Dog Names, A Tribute
Older Dogs, Adopt a Greyhound, American Trainers, Dog Rescue, Canine
Companions , Dog Training, Deaf Dogs Page, Canine Lover's Site, Term
Glossary, and a lot more!
Dinosaurs,Fossils & Geology-Everything you wanted to know
about Dinosaurs and Fossils. This monstrous site includes links to gifs,
dictionaries, fossils, What Is a Dinosaur, Geologic Ages of Earth History,
Paleontology, and much, much more.
Plants-Everything you wanted to know about Plants..
- Endangered and Extinct Species Lists
-Red Hot & New-Much of
the information here originates from the US Fish and Wildlife Service
but has been formatted for WWW by EE-Link. EE-Link has a large collection
of information on endangered species, both on our own server and through
links to other Internet sites. Our goal in building endangered species
resources is to provide enough depth on this one topic so that students
can find complex and interesting (but understandable) answers to basic
questions about this environmental issue.
Electronic Zoo -Red Hot & New-This
site is packed with links to information about animals of all types.
Have a question about a sick pet? Look up Veterinary Services or click
on over to NetVet, a sister home page. Learn everything there is to
learn about amphibians, birds, cats, dogs, ferrets, fish, horses, pigs,
and invertebrates. Join mailing lists and newsgroups about animals.
Then, get the latest news about your favorite animal by checking out
one or two of the many on-line magazines featured here.
- Fish Link Central -Red Hot & New- The
Internet's Largest Collection of Fish Web Sites....Fish and visitors
don't smell in three days here!
- The Kangaroo Page - The kangaroo is an animal that is considered
a pest in spite of it's endangered species status. The main reason that
kangaroos are considered pests is that in addition to eating the grass,
the kangaroo also eats the roots. Thus, a large herd of kangaroos can
destroy a field in a very short time.
- Sea World, Inc. Animal Bytes -Red
Hot & New-
were specifically designed to help you quickly find information about
some of the unique creatures found in the animal kingdom. Each file
includes their scientific classification, fun facts, and biological
value. Contents includes African lion, aldabra tortoise, American alligator,
bald eagle, bats, Bengal tiger, black rhinoceros, bottlenose dolphin,
California sea lion, carpet python, chimpanzee, dromedary, camel, giraffe,
gorilla ,Grevy's zebra, hippopotamus, killer whale, lemur parrot, penguin,
rat snake, sea otte, shark, South American ornate horned frog vampire,
bat walrus and warthog
Institute of Cetacean Research (I.C.R.), a unique organization in
Japan specializing in the biological and social sciences related to
whales, came into being in October 1987. It is a nonprofit research
organization whose legal status is authorized by the Ministry of Agriculture,
Forestry and Fisheries, Government of Japan, as a foundational judicial
person. Welcomes you to join our home page. Here you will enrich your
knowledge of whales, in the fields of natural and social sciences
-Red Hot & New- Welcome to the
WhaleNet website. Focusing on whales and marine research, WhaleNet is
dedicated to interdisciplinary education. Our Goal is to foster excitement
about learning and the environment. WhaleNet is a collaborative project
of the biology departments at Wheelock and Simmons Colleges in Boston,
Massachusetts with support from the National Science Foundation and
technical assistance from MuseNet-- the Multi-user Science Education