Where do polar bears and penguins live?

 

Although intended for younger learners, this fun and interactive game, “Polar Opposites”, tests your knowledge of the Arctic and Antarctica.

https://www.cresis.ku.edu/sites/default/files/Education/K-12/Games/PolarOpposites/PolarOppositesPopOut.html

This resource was created and designed by Kuang Chen Hsu at CReSIS. For more information on CReSIS (Center for Remote Sensing of Ice Sheets), please visit their website at: https://www.cresis.ku.edu/content/education/k-12/games/polar-opposites

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The world‘s oldest & deepest lake

 

In this interactive map, you can explore the fauna and flora of Lake Baikal, the oldest and deepest lake in the world.

http://baikalake.ru/en/map/#

For more information, please visit the Environmental Monitoring of Lake Baikal website: http://baikalake.ru/en/

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Effects of acorn mass production on populations

 

This interactive module, from NOVA Education, shows how the periodic mass production of acorns by oak trees has widespread effects on various animals in the ecosystem, as well as on nearby human populations.

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/nature/population-ecology.html

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