What is Zoology?
Zoology is the study of all animals of all shapes and sizes, from tiny insects to large mammals. Zoologists investigate what animals eat and how they live, and how animals interact with their habitats.
Herpetologist Chris Raxworthy answers kids' questions.
Travel around the world with museum scientists: from Madagascar to Indonesia.
Explore amazing facts about some of the 200 breeds of horses living today.
Can you find all 16 birds in this sanctuary? When you do, listen to its song.
Follow Carly's comic book adventures in Wasp Land.
Create a flounder fish that's hard to spot!
Make a 3D diorama! All you need are pasta, Play-Doh, pipe cleaners, pom-poms, and hair curlers.
Learn how to create a scientific illustration of a monarch butterfly in a few easy steps!
Make your own bird feeder and record your observations in a bird journal.
How do horses move? Find out with these flipbooks.
Take a look at some unusual living and extinct mammals.
Find out what's so fascinating about these beautiful, pink birds.
Create land and sea animals that "glow" in the dark!
Send a note to a friend with these horsey letterheads.
How do mammals move? Make flipbooks to see six different mammals in action.
What does Chris like most about studying reptiles and amphibians? Find out!
Explore how mammals run, fly, swim, walk, hop, and swing!
Bring six North American mammals to life with this coloring book.
What adaptations help these creatures survive?
How do whales and walruses stay warm in chilly waters? Grab some gloves and find out.
Take a world-wide tour of biodiversity with three scientists.
How do mammals respond to cold water? Take the plunge into icy water and find out.
Explore mammal teeth with this matching game and coloring book.
Have you ever wondered why and how fireflies flash?
Find out about Taiwan's fascinating fluttering insects.
Discover how these deep sea creatures create their own light!
Explore this family tree of living things on Earth.
Discover how species have evolved to survive in some of the most extreme environments on Earth.
Wasps can live in hives of thousands, but did you know that most wasps are solitary? Get the facts.
Can you build a successful wasp colony? Make the right choices and your offspring might have a future!
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