Lots of information on the four bears of genus Ursus, and their four relatives who also qualify as bears.
(They also include The Owl Pages in the bibliography!
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Hover to read owl facts text, Click to go to Nat Geo. ARKive Education This is the ed section of the wonderful Arkive site above.
Alligators and Crocodiles at Enchanted Learning Giving crocodilians their usual epic treatment - Poems, art with facts to color, report worksheets, graphic organizers, report wheels, and more. "Bring the wild to your classroom with ARKive Education!
Everything from water bears and rotifers to 15,000 year old sponges made of glass, and an immortal cnidarian.
AKC for Kids Mostly about how to care for dogs and puppies, some reproducibles.It has Animal Facts with photos for 39 popular animals. Good, basic elementary level information about the members of the animal kingdom, with basic taxonomy (no big words). In order to study the distribution of different oceanic shark and skate species, they are asking that you report your egg case finds online."Each animal facts article is printer-friendly and covers a range of topics, such as the animal’s physical characteristics, habitat (with a distribution map), diet, breeding patterns, unique traits and behavior, and when applicable, conservation and tips on what you can do to help." The blog is full of animals in the news, discussions, cool links, and animal videos. Animal Planet is a place that's loaded with animal information and games! The first step if you are going to report an egg case is to identify it.The other is an ambush predator: slow, patient, with one of the strongest bites on Earth. Animals from all over the world are indexed geographically by continents, by order, and by habitats and ecosystems. This site is at a junior high/grade 7 and up level. Arthropod Story "This interactive investigation delves into the amazing world of the arthropods..." Simple language and lots of pictures. Assateague Island National Seashore "Did you know that by just finding a mermaid's purse on the beach you can contribute to science?Scroll over to the right on their menu bar and there's a whole big section on plants, including a list of all the species at the zoo! Animal Fact Guide is a site for Kindergarten through middle school. Citizen science has always been an important part of collecting environmental data, and when it comes to sharks, skates, and rays, scientists at The Shark Trust are asking for your help!With over 100,000 photos and videos, discover what these animals, plants and fungi look like, what makes them special and why we should protect them." Fun stuff for kids! Bears have at one time or another lived in the wild on all continents but Australia...