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Zoology References
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The Plant and Animal Classification Guide The Plant and Animal Classification Guide
NatureServe provides an free online the plant and animal classification guide and search that allows you to explore more than 70,000 plants, animals, rare and endangered species, and ecosystems of the United States and Canada!
NOAA Teachers Support Page NOAA Teachers Support Page for Marine Life
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration provides an educational resource page to learn about Marine Life. NOAA offers many different marine life resources, including informtaion on sea turtles, coral ecosystems, aquatic food webs, and much more!"
The World Wildlife Fund The World Wildlife Fund
The World Wildlife Fund is an organization committed to protecting the future of nature. Here you will find articles on conservation, a list of protected species, information about conservation areas, and materials on conservation science.

Other Zoology Reference Links:

Groups of Animals
This site gives you all the information you need on various groups of animals. Find out what a group of lions or even a group of bacteria is called!


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Firefly References
Fireflies or lighting bugs are amazing creatures! We, at NEWTON, have made the following source to help answer all of your questions about them.


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