Kids Courier Science - Animals and Organisms
Animals and Organisms living on Land and in Water.
Mammals - Through the Canadian Museum of Nature, find information on almost any mammal from A to Z, including its status (endangered, extinct, etc) and accurately drawn pictures which can be downloaded for for coloring or projects.
Animals of the World - Play games, check out pictures and learn facts about animals from around the world. Colorful and interactive, this is a great place to start research.
Animal Resources - Sea World/Busch Gardens provide information, games and pictures about the different animals of the world. Check out the latest pictures and information about the new babies born at their facilities, listen to animal sounds, find out about projects, animal rescue and rehabilitation, and tips and advice for future careers. Colorful and interactive, this is a great place to start research.
Kratt's Creatures - Click on the map to find the animals that live there. At this fun and colorful site, you'll learn a lot about animals and where they live in the world.
Critters - Provides good information on many animals including a pets category where you can learn how to care for different types of pets, see pictures and more.
Just for Kids - Play games, do quizzes and other activities while learning about the animals at the Smithsonian National Zoo. If you live near by, consider the summer camp program and more.
Natural History Notebooks - The Natural History Notebooks have lots of fascinating facts and pictures about 246 animal species. You'll learn about the amazing diversity of life on earth, past and present, and why diversity os so important.
Pelotes Index - Check out the pictures and find out about the animals found in Florida.
Baby Animals - See pictures and learn about the babies born at Sea World and their development.
Animal Coloring/Info Page - Animals galore at this site. Find out facts and download or print pictures, perfect for coloring and labeling.
Endangered Species Coloring Book - Download or print pictures of animals currently on the endangered species list.
Tigers - Get information about tigers and their habitat, biology and behavior. Learn why tigers are in trouble and how you can help, play games, read poems and check out the art gallery.
Tropical Coloring Book - Print and color animals found in the amazon. The drawings are by Georgina García Herrera and are from a coloring book published by the Alliance's ECO-O.K. project, for the children of workers on Costa Rica's banana farms.
African Animals - Print these pictures of African Animals and then color them in.
Biomes - Learn what biomes are, what and where are the different biomes of the world as well as the animals that live in them. Lots of information and good pictures of animals in each.
North American Bear Center - Learn all about the North American Bear. Find out where it lives, when it sleeps, what it eats, listen to its sounds, and watch a slide show. Includes great pictures.
How Wolves Communicate - Learn how wolves communicate and live. Barking, growling, and whining are some vocal ways that dogs, and their wild counterparts, wolves, communicate. But they also communicate with body language and scent. Includes great pictures of adults and pups.
Oceans -Go under the sea and see pictures and learn about dolphins, whales, fish, sharks, octopus and turtles.
Sharks - Sharks are fish that have been around long before the dinosaurs. They live in waters all over the world, in every ocean, and even in some rivers and lakes. Learn more about Sharks here
All About Whales - a great introduction to the world of whales. See pictures, learn about their life style, discover the different species and where they live, print out pictures and dispel myths.
Orca Life Cycle - Follow Nathan as he discovers killer whales. Learn where they live, what they eat and how big they get. See a baby being born, play games,and do quizzes.
Sea Otters from Cradle to Wave - Meet Hunter and read the stories of Thelma and Eddie. Learn everything there is to know about sea otters from from birth to death, rescue and release programs and their near extinction, from the Monterey Aquarium.
Frogs for Kids - Learn about the frogs of Minnesota, and what's happening to them (missing limbs etc.), see pictures, learn about the lifecycle, habitat etc. Also trivia and coloring book to download.
Frogs - Check out pictures and learn about all kinds of frogs and their habitat. Listen to the sounds of the rainforest and make your own rainstick as provided by the Exploratorium.
Chickscope - See pictures and learn about each of 21 stages of chicken development from conception until the chick emerges from the egg. Find out how the shell is formed and what the yellow and white parts of the egg really are.
Wings, Stings, and Leggy Things - Find out about all kinds of insects. What makes an insect an insect, how they live, breath, and why they are important and a nuisance.
Monarch Watch - Millions of Monarch Butterflies travel long distances every year to the same places, often the same tree. Find out why they do this as well as how long they live and life cycle, what they look like and eat, their enemies and more. Basically, everything you need to know about Monarchs.
All About Butterflies - Learn about Butterflies through the egg, larva, pupa and Adult stages. Printouts and crafts as well.
Get This Bug Off of Me! - A lot of people are frightened of bugs, but many are not harmful to people although they may look menacing. Find out about many of the common bugs found in Kentucky, learn bug facts, see pictures and play games and quizzes.
The Adventures of Herman - Led by Herman, discover all there is to know about worms from their history and family tree to their anatomy, food and importance in the world.
The Journey North - The journeys of a dozen migratory species are tracked each spring and fall by students across North America. Read and study their field observations aided by expert scientists. Many migrations are tracked by satellite telemetry, providing live coverage of individual animals as they migrate.
All About Birds - Learn why birds can fly, what they eat, mating rituals and much more. Check out pictures, play games, do quizzes, find out about their evolution and their relationship with people. A good place to start your study.
North American Prairie - Learn about the animals found on the North American Prairie, from Bison, Cougar and Elk to Eagles, Salamanders and Rattlesnakes, from the Sedgwick Zoo .
Jungle Animals - More from the the Sedgwick Zoo, learn about the animals of the jungle, including Sloths, Macaws and Kissing Gourami.
Stranger than Fiction Ant Feats - Ants are everywhere! They are strong in relation to their size, carrying 10 to 20 times their body weight. They work in teams to move extremely heavy things. Find out more about these amazing creatures, such as how they live and communicate.