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View Resource Dig It! The Secrets of Soil

When it comes to change, the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History has got it covered. The online exhibitions of their "Forces of Change" series covers the current changes the world is facing, from sky to soil, and everything in between. Exploring the world of soil is the focus of "Dig It! The Secrets of Soil" and visitors can start off by listening to a podcast of a Bureau of Land...

View Resource Farmers, Warriors, Builders: The Hidden Life of Ants

The website of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History has a highly informative and just plain delightful interactive exhibit on ants. The exhibit explains how, much like humans, "ants achieve domination by being social creatures". Dividing the ants' lives into "food", "warriors", "shelter" and "communication", the exhibit offers an array of photos in its photo gallery to illustrate...

View Resource National Museum of Natural History: Division of Fishes

Site provides information on the Division's staff, their research, and the history of the collection. Search the database of fishes for species information and figures or link to other fish-related websites. Also provides information on borrowing procedures. Read about the R/V Albatross' Philippine Expedition, a 2.5 year aquatic resources survey of the Philippine Islands that supplied a large...

View Resource National Museum of Natural History: Lesson Plans & Classroom Resources

The National Museum of Natural History has a myriad of exciting resources for those who wish to help young people learn about natural history. On the site, visitors can make their way through three sections: Lesson Plans, Web-based Student Activities, and Resources for Teachers & Classrooms. In the Lesson Plans area, visitors can browse resources that include the Ocean Portal, which features...

View Resource Forces of Change

This informative website from the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History suggests that "to understand our world, we must understand change." A thoughtful sentiment, and one that explains the site's basic mission quite well. Essentially, the site looks to explore climate change, ecological change, and cultural change. Drawing on a wide range of research, the site looks at how different...

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