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Featured Games:
National Geographic Kids - Games National Geographic Kids - Games
Want to take an African Adventure or explore a river? National Geographic Kids, sponsored National Geographic, has their own online game section full of educational games that will teach you about animals.
NOAA - Planet Arcade : Water Life NOAA - Planet Arcade : Water Life
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has its own online game section on weather and water life. Explore the undersea world, look for whales, help clean rivers, and much more!
Animal and Nature Games from learninggamesforkids.com Animal and Nature Games
Learninggamesforkids.com provides tons of educational animal and nature games. Kids will be able to gain knowledge about animals and their habitats, while having fun!

Other Zoology Games:

World Wildlife Fund - Endangered Species Games
Play games at the site of the World Wildlife Fun, and learn about steps taken to save endangered species.


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