Factsheets with information on the appearance, life history, and habits
of Canadian mammals and birds (including photos) can be found at the Hinterland
Who's Who page.
country information? ECountries,
offers current news stories, as well as basic facts - select "Country
Profile" for the most information. Find international and historical flags
in the World
You can also
see things like areas with the most tornadoes, or where the most people
live, using the National
Atlas of Canada online.
Got a question
about biology or anything living? Ask
a Scientist has over 1000 questions and answers!
If you need
more advanced or in-depth information, the WWW
Virtual Library is the best place to start. It collects information
on the Internet and classifies it into categories like history, literature,
Pinchbeck's Homework Helper is like a big encyclopedia of
the Internet, with links to all kinds of interesting sites with help for
your homework questions. ScienceNet and Expanding
Universe are sites that will point you to all kinds of science
information on the net, from astronomy to zoology.
Learn.co.uk is a site that has a vast amount of archives of every subject for every
grade. Sure to help you with any homework problem. Oh, and if you have
to do a science project, try Bill
Nye. He's the man.
If your looking
for inspiration on your next project but can't decide what you want to
takle, try the exploratorium.
I recommend staring at the depth spinner for a while.