Specials

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Snakes

Learn about what makes snakes special.

Snakes

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Animals Without Backbones

The earthworm, tarantula, and crayfish introduce invertebrates. 

Animals Without Backbones

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Turtles

Specialized bodies and behavior adapt turtles to many different habitats.

Turtles

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Pond

Spring brings new life to the pond.

Pond

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Mammals

An introduction to the distinctive characteristics of all mammals.

Mammals

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Introduction

Meet a snowy owl and a green darner dragonfly.

Introduction

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Outside Your Door

Backyard naturalists can study creatures close to home!

Outside Your Door

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Fish

Visits to Squam Lake and the New England Aquarium.

Fish

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Insects

An insect can be identified by six legs and three body parts.

Insects