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Infotopia links to the major groups of mammals with information and illustrations for many mammals. A to Z Animals is an online encyclopedia for animals and has pictures, information about their classification, diet, life span, and more. National Geographic includes animal facts, photos, videos, and information about animal conservation.  They do require users to register, but it is free.
Bagheera is an educational site about endangered species and the efforts to save them. From the University of Michigan's Museum of Zoology, Animal Diversity Web has detailed information about all the phyla of animals. About 2,000 animals from 400 different species reside at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C. The best known residents are the giant pandas, but the Zoo is also home to great apes, big cats, Asian elephants, birds, amphibians, reptiles, insects, aquatic animals, small mammals, and many more!
Discovery News brings you information about animals, including endangered species, animal videos, and more. Animal Planet includes articles and videos about all kinds of animals and is searchable. Science Daily is your source for news and research about animals.
Biology4Kids has information about all vertebrate animals and includes quizzes and slideshows. National Geographic Kids includes pictures, scientific classification, habitat, range, diet, endangered status, life span, diet and more for many animals. The Encyclopedia of Life provides global access to knowledge about life on Earth.
PBS Nova links to an online video called, How Smart are Animals? Check out the pictures, information, videos and live cams at the San Diego Zoo. eNature includes more than 5,500 field guide to amphibians, birds, mammals, fishes, reptiles, and more.
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