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The Map of Life
The Map of Life is a new, free, online resource about convergent evolution. Based out of Cambridge University, this resource is for CEGEP- and university-level students.
Dr. Anthony Ricciardi, Associate Professor at the Redpath Museum, and his students are studying invasive species in the St. Lawrence. Learn how zebra and quagga mussels, bloody red mysid shrimp, and the round goby are changing our local river ecosystem in this video from the Montreal Gazette and this video from the American Museum of Natural History.
Seahorses capture the imagination of young and old alike. Learn all about these amazing fish in this PowerPoint presentation for pre-school and elementary students. Seahorses
It's Greek to Me!
From amphi- to zyg-, this booklet explains many of the Greek and Latin words that make up scientific names and terms. Taken from the McGill Herpetology 327 course pack and used with permision from the author, this is for Science teachers and students in secondary and post-secondary schools. Greek and Latin Terms in Science.
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