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How to Draw a Chicken

Start with an egg, add a head, tail, wings and feet and you have a chicken. You can also download a printable PDF! Download PDF

Smelly Feet

Polar bears have huge feet which act as snowshoes distributing their heavy weight when they walk over ice fields. Pads on their feet are covered in tiny papillae or bumps that also help their grip on the ice. But here’s … Continue reading

Killer Whales

This BBC documentary shows killer whales from both above and below the water’s surface. Web Links Active WildUnderwater footage shows killer whales playing while the site showing whale watching in Santa Cruz details killer whale facts including markings, size, habitat, … Continue reading

Polar Bears

Polar bear cubs are born blind and tiny. Watch this amazing video of newborn cubs from a camera inside a den. Web Links San Diego Zoo Kids: Polar BearThe San Diego Zoo website has lots of great pictures and facts … Continue reading

Cats

A variety of games here use the famous Dr. Seuss character with his own sense of logic and made-up words. Web Links Cats for KidsHere’s a good basic site that teaches kids all about cats—their history, how to care for … Continue reading

Flying Discs

Animal Planet Expo Frisbee Game has you jumping to catch as many Frisbees as they come flying at you. Web Links Frisbee FroInstead of catching Frisbees, this game has you aiming for markers but watch out for the wind as … Continue reading

Pandas

Watch this panda having fun in the snow. Web Links Where to find giant pandas in the USA Pandas InternationalAdopt a panda details.

Baby Birds

The Birdfeeders.com website provides pictures and information about many of the birds you might see in your neighborhood. Below is information about the American Goldfinch. American Goldfinch (“The Vegetarian”) Scientific name: Spinus tristis Range: Most of the continental U.S. and … Continue reading

The Shape-shifting Tanuki

Is it a badger or a raccoon or maybe a fox? This is actually a Japanese Raccoon dog or a Tanuki. It is famous in Japanese legend for shape shifting as well as being cheeky, playful and mischievous. It is … Continue reading

Udder Confusion!

Only two of these cows are exact duplicates. Can you find them?