Learn about two taxonomy systems that scientists use to classify the life around us.
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Play a game of hide and seek to discover how animals can hide in plain sight!
Animals have some unique adaptations to stay warm. Discover what conduction of heat and insulation have to do with staying warm!
Ever wondered why we have two eyes (and not one, three or more)? Find how your two eyes work together in this hands-on activity.
10 images of some cold-blooded vertebrates such as snakes, lizards and alligators typically having dry, scaly skin
6 images of some mammals classified as primates such as monkeys, apes and humans and characterized by nails on their hands and feet
10 images of some warm-blooded vertebrate animals such as brown bears and chimpanzees that eat a diet of plants and animals
14 images of warm-blooded vertebrate animals such as cats, polar bears and wolves that eat meat and other animal tissue
Using a toy dinosaur and some plaster of Paris, learn how dinosaur footprints could become fossils.