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This is a project that was completed by UC Berkeley students on the five types of biomes. From Geography4Kids, this site includes 360 degree panoramas of various types of biomes, plus information on each biome. This site, from the Missouri Botanical Garden, has links and information about six types of biomes.
Blue Planet presents information, maps, images, and reference sources about biomes. Annenberg Learner includes information about the terrestrial biomes and includes maps and charts. Enchanted Learning includes information and drawings about the biomes in a very easy to understand presentation.
From Wheeling Jesuit University and a NASA-supported Classroom of the Future, this site includes links to information about biomes. NASA Earth Observatory include pictures, charts, maps, and information about biomes. Selected by the SciLinks program, a service of National Science Teachers Association, this site includes information, images, and FAQs about biomes.
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