Sites with Information about Specific Aquatic Life
Sea Anemone and Coral  
Explore the Sea: Corals and Anemones Coral
Sea Anemone National Geographic: Coral
Animal World: Sea Anemone Coral Reef Alliance
Sea Anemones Coral reef - from Wikipedia
National Geographic: Sea Anemone Magic Portal: Coral Reefs
Sea Anemone - from Wikipedia Coral Reef Protection
Sea Anemone with Photos  

Crustaceans Crab Facts
Explore the Sea: Crustaceans Lobster
Kidport: Crustaceans National Geographic: Lobsters Facts
Crustacean - from Wikipedia Lobsters Overview
Crab The Lobster with photos
National Geographic: Blue Crab Furry Lobster with photos
Crab - from Wikipedia Lobster - from Wikipedia

Explore the Sea: Echinoderms Starfish
Sand Dollar Starfish with photos
How Stuff Works: Sand Dollar How Stuff Works: Starfish
Sand Dollar - from Wikipedia National Geographic: Starfish
Interesting Sand Dollar Facts Sea Urchin
Sea Cucumber National Geographic: Sea Urchin
National Geographic: Sea Cucumber Sea urchin - from Wikipedia
The Sea Cucumber Animal Planet: Sea Urchin

Sea Cumber (Holothuroidea) - from Wikipedia

Sea Urchin : A Stinging But Amazing Animal

National Geographic: Fish Fish Facts and Fish Trivia
Miscellaneous Fish Facts Live Science: All About Fish
Interesting Fish Facts National GeographiC: Mega Fish Gallery
Fresh Water Fish Fresh Water Fish Defined - from Wikipedia
Animal World: Fresh Water Fish: with facts and photos List of Fresh Water Fish - from Wikipedia with photos

Jellyfish The Irukandji (small jellyfish from Australia) with photos
Sea Science: Jellyfish Wikipedia: Jellyfish Facts
Box Jellyfish Facts about Jellyfish
The Dangerous Jelly Fish with photos

National Geographic: Box Jellyfish

Sea Horse  
National Geographic: The Seahorse The Seahorse with photos
Nova Online: Kingdom of the Seahorse with Facts and Videos

Sea Sponges  
Explore the Sea: Sponges and Sea Squirts Sponge - from Wikipedia
Wonders of the Sea: Sponges All the Sea: Sea Sponges

Discovery Channel: How Do Stingrays Kill? National Geographic: The Stingray
Marine Laboratory: What Are Stingrays? Stingray - from Wikipedia

Sites with Information about Marine Mammals
Marine Mammals Exploring Science and Technology: Whales and Dolphins
Explore the Sea: Marine Mammals Gulf of Maine Aquarium: Marine Mammals
The Marine Mammal Center National Marine Sanctuaries: Photo Gallery
Sites with Information about Specific Marine Mammals
Dolphins Dolphin Research Center
Defenders of Wildlife: The Dolphin
The Dolphin Place The 32 Types of Dolphins
Animal Planet: Dolphins The Dolphin - from Wikipedia

Save the Manatee: Manatee Facts Manatee Facts and Information
Sea World: Manatees National Geographic Kids: West Indian Manatees
How Stuff Works: Manatee's Sight National Geographic: The Manatee

Sharks Shark Gallery Photos
Kid Zone: Shark Facts Live Science: All About Sharks
Live Science: All About Sharks Explore the Sea: Sharks and Rays
All You Ever Wanted to Know About Sharks National Geographic: Nurse Shark
PBS: Island of Sharks National Geographic: Tiger Shark
How Stuff Works: How Sharks Work Shark - from Wikipedia
National Geographic: Sharks Shark Research

Whales National Geographic: Sperm Whale
Cool Antarctica: Whales National Geographic: Gray Whale
Wilkipedia: Killer Whales National Geographic: Killer Whale
National Geographic: Blue Whale National Geographic: Right Whale
National Geographic: Humpback Whale Whale - From Wikipedia

Sites with Information about Mollusks
Mollusks Mollusca - from Wikipedia
Ocean Animals: Mollusks What is a Mollusk? (Facts with Photos)
Explore the Sea: Mollusks Wonders of the Sea: Snails and their Relatives
Meet the Mollusk - Interactive Learning All About Mollusks Facts

Clams The Giant Clam with photos
National Geographic: Giant Clam Clam - from Wikipedia

Octopus The Dangerous Blue Ring Octopus with Photos
Animal Planet: Octopus The Dumbo Octopus with Photos
How Stuff Works: How Octopuses Work Wonderclub: Octopus Facts and Information
National Geographic: Common Octopus Octopus - from Wikipedia

Oysters National Geographic: Facts About Oysters

How Stuff Works: How Do Oysters Make Pearls?

Oyster - from Wikipedia

Squid In Search of the Giant Squid
How Stuff Works: How Squids Work Squid - from Wikipedia
The Giant Squid Wikipedia: Giant Squid
Colossal Squid National Geographic: The Giant Squid

Sites with Information about Our Oceans and Ocean Studies

Interesting Facts about Our Oceans Live Science: All About Oceans
Oceans Alive! Ocean World
Live Science: All About Seas Ocean - from Wikipedia
Ocean Collection for Kids Oceanographic Facts
Oceanographic Facts National Ocean Service: Facts about Our Oceans
Earth's Water Tropical Oceans, Temperate Oceans, Shorelines

Top U.S. Online Aquariums That Offer Facts and Photographs About Aquatic Life
Aquarium of the Pacific Online Learning Center New England Aquarium: Animals and Exhibits
Monterey Bay Aquarium Web Cams Shedd Aquarium: Explore by Animal
National Aquarium Animals Index Tennessee Aquarium: Meet Our Fish

Web Cam that Offer Views of Aquatic Life and Other Animal Life

Animal Cams from the National Zoo: Watch animals in real time as they wonder around in their habitat

Animal Picture Gallery from the Smithsonian Animal Photo Galleries

Games to Learn More About Aquatic Life Animal Trivia Games : Aquatic Life

Sites with Information about Aquatic Life

Arkive: Fish Facts :Fish facts and Photographs

British Council: Sea Animals for Kids: Information about Sea Animals, Everything Beneath the Sea, Quizzes and Games

NOAA's National Marine Sanctuaries: Cool Stuff for Kids: Cool Learning Activities for students: Games, Videos, Aquatic Life Facts and MORE; a GREAT leaning site

Animal Diversity Web: Online database of animal natural history, distribution, classification, and conservation biology at the University of Michigan; Animals divided into types; Facts, Pictures, Specimens, and Sounds- SEARCHABLE

Australian Museum of Fish: The heart of the site is the Find a Fish section, a collection of hundreds of fact sheets on fish, sorted by common or scientific name; Each fact sheet includes a quick overview, one or more images, and suggestions for further reading

Exploring the Deep: The Ocean's Deepest Fish: Facts, information, and videos, photographs; EXCELLENT! Fish: The web's premier destination for information about specific animals, plants, and fish with photos - SEARCHABLE Seashore Creatures: The web's premier destination for information about the specific animals, plants, and sea creatures with photos - SEARCHABLE Marine Mammals: The web's premier destination for information about the specific animals, plants, and marine mammals with photos - SEARCHABLE

FINS (Fish Information Service): A library of information about freshwater and salt water fish, and aquariums; photos, glossary, and MORE

It's Nature: Underwater Fish: Photos and facts about underwater fish

It's Nature : Underwater Mammals: Photos and facts about underwater mammals A wealth of information about aquariums, specific fish specimens, and MORE

National Geographic: Ocean Life: Facts and Videos

Monterey Bay "Fly" through the bay's awesome undersea canyons; twice as deep as the Grand Canyon, and board a submersible exploration vehicle for a dive at the edge of a kelp forest. Come face to face with the sanctuary's creatures and gain a new understanding of the need to preserve and protect the wilderness that lies below the ocean waves

NeoK12: All about Marine Animals Learning Videos

NOAA - National Marine Sanctuaries Education: Introductions to the vast marine life that lives our national marine sanctuaries. Explore hundreds of photos and videos in this Encyclopedia of the Sanctuaries; Discover the amazing habitats that make up our National Marine Sanctuaries, including kelp forests and coral reef

Sea World: Alphabetical Listing of Animals Aquatic Animals: Search through the animal categories to find the aquatic animal you want to learn about; facts and photos

Smithsonian National Zoo: Ocean Living; Facts, photos, videos

Other Kid Info Pages to Learn More About Other Animals and Insects
Barnyard Animals Pets
Birds Prehistoric Animals
Endangered Animals Reptiles / Amphibians
Insects Wildlife

Did you Know

Aquatic Life Trivia

*Marine biology is the study of of life along the seashore.

*Many plants, animals, and other life forms have adapted to live and reproduce in aquatic (water) habitats.

*The world's oceans are home to many different species, and many are endangered because of modern day pollution.

*Marine life includes animals such as sponges, jellyfish, clams, lobsters, sea stars, and more.

*The marine life that inhabits the ocean is fascinating!

*It is most important that everyone in today's world do all that can be done to conserve and save our oceans and marine life!

Educational Science Powerpoints

Educational Science Animal Videos

Educational Science Videos

Reference Sites to Help in Your Research

Encyclopedia Smithsonian: Encyclopedia Smithsonian features answers to frequently asked questions about the Smithsonian and links to Smithsonian resources from A to Z

Information Please: On-Line Dictionary; Encyclopedia; Almanac, and MORE

National Geographic: Animal Profiles: Alphabetical drop down menu with facts, photos, and information about all types of animals and aquatic life

Toronto Zoo Animal Fact Sheets: Animals listed in alphabetical order by regions of the world

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