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The Human Body - Site ID: 287
This site was designed to help children learn about how our body works. The information is presented in an easy to read format with colourful diagrams to assist understanding. In plain simple Aussie English so you can understand it.
Humanbody - Site ID: 289
Science For Kids and Mrs. Mitchells Virtual School This page created by Kathi Mitchell and was last updated on January 23, 2005
Body Quest - Site ID: 290
The updatedfind page let's you search for information in the following ways: Search Engine - Alphabetical Index - Categorical Index - BodyMap.
Virtual Body - Site ID: 291
This flash piece is being provided as a freely accessible educational resource on the human body.
Innerbody - Site ID: 292
Study the anatomy of the human body. Its fun, interactive, and an ideal reference site for students or those who just want to know more about the medical descriptions used by doctors and nurses.
Ocean Links - Site ID: 269
ABC Learn Online has put together an educational site in conjunction with the Community Biodiversity Network, The British Council Australia and oz-TeacherNet. Profiles top marine biodiversity areas in Australia, involves a whale-spotting log, articles, places to ask any question about the sea, and much more.
Oceana - Site ID: 270
Oceana campaigns to protect and restore the worlds oceans. Our teams of marine scientists, economists, lawyers and advocates win specific and concrete policy changes to reduce pollution and to prevent the irreversible collapse of fish populations, marine mammals and other sea life.
Earths Oceans - Site ID: 273
The oceans of Earth are unique in our Solar System. No other planet in our Solar System has liquid water (although recent finds on Mars indicate that Mars may have had some liquid water in the recent past).
Fisheries and Oceans Canada - Site ID: 274
Fisheries and Oceans Canada is the lead federal government department responsible for developing and implementing policies and programs in support of Canada\'s economic, ecological and scientific interests in oceans and inland waters.
Australian Institute of Marine Science - Site ID: 558
Tropical marine environments such as coral reefs and mangrove forests around the world are under unprecedented pressure due to climate change, changes in water quality from terrestrial runoff and overexploitation. Coral reefs are iconic tropical ecosystems represented by Australia's irreplaceable Great Barrier Reef (GBR) and the less explored reefs off Western Australia.
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