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View Resource Delaware Museum of Natural History

The mission of the Delaware Museum of Natural History is to excite and inform people about the natural world through exploration and discovery, in order to develop a caring society that respects and values our planet. Along with permanent displays of dinosaurs, birds, mammals, and shells, the Museum also hosts up to three traveling exhibitions throughout the year. The Museum offers educational...

View Resource Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History

The Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History has been bringing the wonders of the natural world to Santa Cruz residents and visitors for 100 years. Visitors can experience the geology of the region through exhibits describing the various rock formations that define the geology of Santa Cruz, digging in a fossil bed for 10 million year old sand dollars in the Museum's fossil dig, or viewing fossilized...

View Resource Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History

Located in Halifax, this museum introduces Nova Scotia's natural history, including geology, paleontology, terrestrial and marine habitats, plants, insects, birds, mammals, environmental issues, and more. Special exhibits change seasonally. Teachers can arrange on-site or virtual visits for their classroom, check out museum kits, or request educator workshops, all outlined in a teacher resource...

View Resource American Museum of Natural History: Science

The website of the Science department at the American Museum of Natural History in New York has some great interactive features, including a video, entitled "Scientific Expeditions 2008". Visitors should click on "See the Video", which is located front and center on the Science homepage. To "download the transcript" click the link above the video. Also, the video is captioned for those who are...

View Resource BBC: Walking with Beasts

This BBC Web site comes loaded with interactive multimedia features on evolution and the animal kingdom. Users can view 3-D images as well as video and audio clips of prehistoric creatures, play an interactive evolution game, and much more. The Web site also includes dozens of comprehensive, downloadable lessons plans and worksheets for students age 7-14 (click on Teachers to access these...

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