The dire wolf, Canis dirus; was much larger than the largest wolves alive today.
The study of skeletons is the part of most biology classes. If you are working on an anatomy or biology science fair project then you need to learn more about skeletons.
Often when we think of extinction, we think of dinosaurs, but there are animals who have become extinct much more recently, some even as early as last year.
A listing of the branches of biology and their definitions, including many of the various sub-fields of zoology.
There are three very poisonous dangerous spiders in the United States. They are the Brown Recluse Spider, the Black Widow Spider, and the Hobo Spider. There are also some species of spiders in the USA that are not as...
What are the rarest and most endangered butterflies of the world? This quick and easy guide tells you all about these beautiful and critically imperiled insects
This article is a visual and factual tour of the chiton, a mollusk that lives in the ocean.
This is part 4 of a 5 part hands-on unit on zoology. Create an egg model, make edible nests, test out various types of beaks, compare bird bones with mammal bones, examine various feathers, dissect a gizzard, sing a...
These interactive websites and apps breathe life into textbook illustrations and lessons about the human body and anatomy for K-12 students.
A guide to identifying the signs of, determining the cause of and applying trace minerals to correct common plant nutrient deficiencies. Covers nitrogen, phosphorous, potassium, magnesium, zinc, copper, manganese,...