ARKive: Images of Life on Earth

Thousands of professional photos and films offer a visual exploration of the Earth's endangered species and biodiversity. Accompanying learning exercises on Darwin, evolution, natural selection, and adaptation are appropriate for middle and high school students, while games introduce younger learners
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Thousands of professional photos and films offer a visual exploration of the Earth's endangered species and biodiversity. Accompanying learning exercises on Darwin, evolution, natural selection, and adaptation are appropriate for middle and high school students, while games introduce younger learners to topics such as habitat and animal survival. Include a blog with wildlife news, a tool for browsing ARKive using Google Earth, and the ability to create and share online scrapbooks using ARKive's images.

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