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- AdventureTV.com - Learn about wildlife, the natural environment, indigenous cultures and adventure destinations worldwide - all through streaming video; viewers can also connect with tour providers who can arrange their adventure or travel vacations.
- Animal Channel - A project of the Humane Society of the U.S.; allows children to play interactive educational games and get the latest news about animals.
- Artigen Science News - Detailed articles on the latest developments in science and technology from major magazines and news services.
- Coral Reefs - Source of information on the plight of the planet's coral reefs - and how you can help.
- Discovery Channel - Read and listen to the Discovery news briefs; visit the Mind Games section; feature stories; live, real-time adventures in the Expeditions section; you will find the latest Discovery Channel and Nature Company products at the Shop Discovery section.
- Exploratorium - The museum of science, art and human perception; visit the Learning Studio; explore the Exploratorium magazine online; learn about sport science; Webcast schedule and archives.
- Engineer Girl! - Highlights opportunities in engineering careers. Includes a gallery of women engineers, an ask an engineer feature, and engineering links.
- How Stuff Works - Learn about how things work in the world around you; articles include how car engines work, how gas turbine engines work, how televisions work, how the radio spectrum works, etc.; a new article is posted weekly.
- NatureExplorer.com - NatureExplorer.com is your Internet guide to the world of nature. Browse through the natural world from Rainforests to Deserts. Find out facts about animals from Komodo dragons to butterflies, from graceful dolphins to huge dinosaurs.
- NOVA Online - Spend some time here; all aspects of the sciences explored; many articles on earch and space sciences, general science, life science, and the physical sciences.
- Reeko's Mad Scientist Lab - Many scientific experiments for both parent and child to work out together.
- Scientific American - Take a guided tour of recent technological development, interviews with scientists
- Sea and Sky - The splendors of the sea and the wonders of the universe; tour the solar system and keep track of the next shuttle launch; learn about the coral reef, sponges, corals, crustaceans, and mollusks.
- Seeing, Hearing, and Smelling - This site will take you on a journey into the fascinating world of the senses and the nervous system.