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WET FROGS AND FUN TOADS Issue Date: 05-11-1997

Cool Spots imageIf you ever wanted to know how to care for a pet frog or wondered if you could get warts from a toad, you need to hop over to Frogland. Dorota's Frogland page at http://allaboutfrogs.org/froglnd.shtml will provide you with all the ribbiting information about these amphibious marvels. Check out the frog songs, discover the creative ways they defend themselves against enemies, and learn much more. Find out about the important role frogs play in the ecosystem, too. And, if you're thinking of getting a pet frog, this site has all the tips on how to feed it and build it a happy home. Get off that lily pad and hop to Frogland.

Visit: http://allaboutfrogs.org/froglnd.shtml
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Creatures Issue Date: 05-04-1997

Cool Spots imageThe Web is filled with things that creep, croak and howl. Visit the dens and hollow logs of the Internet, where you'll find some amazing creatures. At the Wolf Center, www.wolf.org, you can run with the pack. Dig down to Worm World http://yucky.kids.discovery.com. It's one of the yuckiest sites on the Web! Get off your lily pad and hop over to www.cs.
yale.edu/homes/sjl/froggy.html
where all things cute and green live and catch flies.

Visit: www.wolf.org
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Visit: http://yucky.kids.discovery.com
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Chasing the 60-foot Giant Squid Issue Date: 03-30-1997

Cool Spots imageGiant squid attacked Captain Nemo's submarine in Jules Verne's book 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. But scientists believe that these creatures are not as fearsome as the stories lead us to believe. The truth is we don't know because we have never captured a live giant squid. In fact, only in the last year have scientists figured out where they may be able to find Architeuthis (ark-ee-TOO-this) - that's Greek for Chief Squid. The Smithsonian Institute has put together a truly monstrous World Wide Web site where you can learn everything there is to know about squids of all kinds, the scientists who study squids, and their expedition to New Zealand to try to see one of these enormous sea creatures. You can learn all about the "Expedition into the Depths of the Last Frontier" and the cool technology the scientists may use to actually catch one of these Cephalopods on film. So grab your scuba tank and head over to http://seawifs.gsfc.nasa.gov/squid.html where you can find out more about this gigantic and elusive creature.

Visit: http://seawifs.gsfc.nasa.gov/squid.html
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Cyberdogs & Cool Kids Welcome Issue Date: 03-09-1997

Cool Spots imageWhat did one wall say to the other wall? Let's meet at the corner! They probably mean the Fleabusters' Kids Corner. At www.fleabuster.com/Kids/kids.html being in the DogHouse means strolling through a gallery of pet photos. The DogHouse host, Sampson - a cat no less - shows off his personal web page and would love to hear from you. Color pictures, play word games or tickle your funny bone with jokes and riddles. You can even submit photos of your own pet. Your favorite joke may not appear, so you are welcome to submit it. Others, like you, are always adding to the site, so meet me at the corner for the latest laughs, photos and lots of doggone fun.

Visit: www.fleabuster.com/Kids/kids.html
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Your mission: Search the Oceans for
Lots of Cool Stuff
Issue Date: 12-22-1996

Cool Spots imageAre alligators sneaky? What fish can keep one eye out for food and the other eye out for danger? How did the Mosquitofish get its name? Take a virtual dive into the Florida Aquarium at www.flaquarium.org and learn the answers to these and other questions as you explore the deep, blue wonders of Florida's ocean environment. Conduct experiments like making a hydrometer or comparing freshwater to saltwater and then head for the play pond and match critters or take a quiz about the stuff you've learned. Finally, if things about Florida's ocean life still seem murky, visit the answer tank and ask an expert at the Florida Aquarium.

Visit: www.flaquarium.org
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