Zoom Whales A "must visit" site for young students studying whales, Zoom Whales covers whale species, fossils and the evolution of whales, whales extremes (biggest, fastest, deadliest, etc.), whale anatomy and behavior, classification, jokes, a geologic time-line and more.
Whales - Welcome to the wonderful world of whales! Whales have always amazed and intrigued us with their super intelligence and size. This site will lead you and your students on a journey that will fascinate and delight you. Developed as part of the South Dakota Alliance for Distance Education, South Dakota's Star School Grant
Whales & Dolphins - A wonderful collection of links from Eduscapes "4 2 eXplore".
Sea World This very informative site includes research information on various whales.
Whale Times WhaleTimes will take you on an adventure to the ocean. Do you like seals, sharks, penguins and whales? Then you're going to love WhaleTimes. Find out how your favorite animals survive in the sea. What they eat, where they live and much more.
The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Whale-Watching Web A library of Whale Watching information from around the entire world.
Whales on the Net Discover the Blue whale, the Right whale, Sperm, Humpback, Sei, Gray, Bowhead, Fin, Minke, Orca, and dolphins.
Electronic Zoo / NetVet - Marine Mammal Page Charlotte, the Vermont Whale, Whale Songs Whale Sounds Whale Watching (New Brunswick, Canada) Orcinus orca (Killer Whales) Killer Whale Information (Busch Gardens) Baleen Whale Information (Busch Gardens)
WhaleNet at Wheelock College - Boston WhaleNet is funded by the National Science Foundation to enhance science and math education.
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