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View Resource Bony Fishes

Sea World informational resource on bony fishes. Excellent introduction to bony fishes including information on their classification, habitat, physical characteristics, diet, reproduction, and much more. Includes photographs and illustrations throughout, and features a spreadsheet showing the different subclasses and the number of species found within each. Site also provides a comprehensive list...

View Resource All About Lobsters

The Maine, or American, lobster is a crustacean with two strong claws: a big-toothed crusher claw for pulverizing shells and a finer-edged ripper claw resembling a steak knife, for tearing soft flesh. This website includes biological remarks, fisheries, economics, history of exploitation, and comparison with other lobsters. Also features educational activities and links to external sites.

View Resource Coral Reef Conservation: A Reef of Your Own

This web-based lesson focuses on the physiological, ecological, and behavioral strategies that contribute to the success of reef-building corals. Students will learn to describe and explain the importance of asexual and sexual reproductive strategies to reef-building corals, why it is important that the corals have a nutritional strategy that includes both photosynthesis and carnivory, two...

View Resource Sea Turtle Protection and Conservation

This extensive site describes the population status of each U.S. sea turtle species and how they are protected by law. Each species' scientific name, biology, threatened or endangered status, description, human impacts, population trends, distribution, and photos are documented. Read the downloadable Recovery Plans for each species, as well as learn about turtle legislation. Site also features...

View Resource National Marine Sanctuaries Education: For Teachers

This site offers regional and topical training workshops for teachers, as well as hands-on programs for classrooms, with on-line and hard copy resources. Teachers can arrange Sanctuary access to conduct intertidal monitoring, data collection and analysis. Grant opportunities for developing outdoor education are discussed. Ocean, watershed and technology topics are covered using curricula, lesson...

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