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G'Day, Dingo Issue Date: 12-27-1998

Cool Spots imageFrom sly lizards to dangerous dingos, the land down under has always been teeming with fascinating wildlife. Australian Animals allows you to explore this wild kingdom for yourself. Focus your binoculars on http://ausinternet.com/ettamogah/australiananimals.htm and wander through a natural bushland setting of more than 20 acres. Join your guide Etta the Koala as you meet native Australian animals such as emus, echidnas and the ever-bouncing kangaroos. The site has maps, poems, dot-to-dot pictures and word searches. You'll even learn how to make a climbing koala or a jumping kangaroo! Don't forget to sing along with "The Kookaburra Song" and listen to "Waltzing Matilda." It's time to answer the outback's call of the wild!

Visit: http://ausinternet.com/ettamogah/australiananimals.htm
User Rating: 3.1100502613067stars
398 users rated this site
Digging for Dinosaurs Issue Date: 12-20-1998

Cool Spots imageFrom historians to movie audiences, people have long been fascinated with dinosaurs, but our understanding of them has continued to change from the early 1800s to the present. Dig into http://search.eb.com/dinosaurs and follow the great dinosaur debate through the ages. Using an easy-to-follow grid, this site compares scientists' evolving views of dinosaurs' anatomy, behavior and environment. Were dinosaurs warm-blooded or cold-blooded? Are they the ancestors of today's birds? Was their extinction brought on by an asteroid? By taking you to museums, libraries and dig sites across the globe, Discovering Dinosaurs examines these questions. Find out everything from how smart the dinosaurs were to what they ate. The site has all kinds of cool illustrations depicting these awesome beasts. Follow the dino tracks and return to the Age of Reptiles today!

Visit: http://search.eb.com/dinosaurs
User Rating: 3.6859205559567stars
277 users rated this site
Web Crawlers Issue Date: 09-13-1998

Cool Spots imageBug lovers will adore Insecta, your online insectarium. From majestic creatures like butterflies and yellowjackets to creepy-crawlers like cockroaches, termites and silverfish, this site has them all. Buzz out to www.insecta.com and don't forget to bring bug spray! This site has oodles of interesting facts and photos. Did you know that carpenter ants will bite when handled, or that ladybugs love south-facing walls and windows? Insecta's Family Tree does an outstanding job of classifying each insect and describing its unique qualities. There's also a great glossary of terms, which fills you in on everything from compound eyes to metamorphosis. If critters and varmints are your things, then Insecta is sure to be your bug heaven.

Visit: www.insecta.com
User Rating: 2.8591549295776stars
355 users rated this site
The Albatross Project Issue Date: 08-16-1998

Cool Spots imageThe legendary albatross, often seen swooping down on ocean liners and gliding over beaches, is now the subject of a fascinating Web study. The Albatross Project allows you to take flight with these big birds via satellite and join them in searches for food and fun. Take a flight of fancy to www.wfu.edu/albatross. Once here, you can do science in real time, tracking the animals along the Pacific Ocean on maps. Meet your fellow kid scientists from around the world, who are making exciting discoveries of their own. The site has fascinating photos and descriptions too. If bird is the word, the Albatross Project is the coolest winged site on the Web.

Visit: www.wfu.edu/albatross
User Rating: 2.916449086162stars
383 users rated this site
Icky and Sticky Issue Date: 07-19-1998

Cool Spots imageIt's time to get slimed! Slither out to http://yucky.kids.discovery.com and join Wendell the Worm and his human sidekick Dora as they explore the living sciences through cockroaches, earth worms and the mysterious human body. From sneezing and snoring to bug bites, this site covers everything that's gross and yucky. The site has plenty of sounds, videos and games to keep you scurrying about, and you can send gross e-cards to your friends online, or hang out with Ralph the Roach at Bug World.

Visit: http://yucky.kids.discovery.com
User Rating: 2.7684807244887stars
882 users rated this site

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