Ansel Adams, famous for his black and white nature photography, was born February 29, 1902.
DIY Lake Science offers watershed-related activities and info for elementary and middle school students via three sections: activities, video clips, and an “Under the Lake” simulation.
ARKive is a digital library that contains more than 100,000 high-quality videos and photographs of the world's animals, plants, and fungi.
WWF Free Rivers is an augmented-reality model app that takes students into a river ecosystem complete with animals, residents, cultures, and weather changes.
Teachers can use Toca Nature to spark exploration into a range of topics including ecology, animal habitats and diet, conservation, and plant life.
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