- African Wild Dog
- Desert Animals
- Golden Moles
- Guinea Pigs
- Hooved Animals
- Marine Mammals
- Moles and Desmans
- Mountain Lion
Group of Alligators in water
Elephants in Africa
Mother and Baby Elephant in Africa
Playful Baboon Family
animal internet resources
Dungeness Crab: Wildlife Notebook Series
Dungeness crab species description from the Wildlife Notebook Series publication - Alaska Department of Fish and Game.
Sheefish: Wildlife Notebook Series
Sheefish species description from the Wildlife Notebook Series.
Abalone: Wildlife Notebook Series
Abalone species description from the Wildlife Notebook Series publication - Alaska Department of Fish and Game.
Prehensile tailed skink
Largest known living species of skink, reaching a length of 32 inches. Color: body is olive to green, with scattered black scales on the back and legs
Coho Salmon: Wildlife Notebook Series
Coho salmon species description from the Wildlife Notebook Series.
Wildlife Notebook Series: Frogs and Toads
Descriptions of Frogs and Toads for the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Wildlife Notebook Series.
Polar Bear: Wildlife Notebook Series - Division of Commercial Fisheries
Polar bear species description from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Wildlife Notebook Series.
Sitka Black-tailed Deer: Wildlife Notebook Series
Sitka Black-tailed Deer information and pictures
Rockfish: Wildlife Notebook Series
Rockfish species description from the Wildlife Notebook Series - Alaska Department of Fish and Game.
Melissa Kaplan's Herp Care Information Collection
A source for current information on reptile care, articles related to their health and environment, and resources for additional herpetological and herpetocultural information. Information and resources for educators.
Introduction to the Artiodactyla
Artiodactyla, or cloven-hooved mammals, include such familiar animals as sheep, goats, camels, pigs, cows, deer, giraffes, and antelopes -- most of the world's species of large land mammals are artiodactyls. Many living artiodactyls have evolved features that are adaptive for life on open grasslands
Introduction to the Metazoa
These exhibits on animals will help you make sense of the complex and beautiful story of their history.
Hawaii's Marine Wildlife: Whales, Dolphins, Turtles, and Seals
This site examines several of Hawaii's endangered and threatened marine species including the Humpback whale, Hawaiian monk seal, green sea turtle, and dolphins
A wide variety of plants and animals have adapted to the arid desert environment. Not long ago, geologically speaking, much of southern California's desert was under water. Fossil records tell the story...with photographs.
National Wildlife Federation's Homepage
National Wildlife Federation inspires Americans to protect wildlife for our children's future
Humane Society of the United States
The official site of the US Humane society.