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Arizona Science Center: Backyard Bugs
Arizona Science Center

In this activity, you will simulate the moon in order to guide bugs right where you want them so that you can see them all up close and personal!

OLogy: What is Biodiversity?
OLogy (American Museum of Natural History)

It’s the differences in this world that make all the difference!

Making Waves
Making Waves (Society for Freshwater Science)

Making Waves is a podcast produced by the Society for Freshwater Science that aims to bring current research in freshwater to a broader audience through engaging interviews with scientists. 

Mystery Science: Why Do Frogs Say "Ribbit"?
Mystery Science

This Mystery is a case study in biodiversity using the frogs of North America. In the activity, Who’s Calling?, students learn to identify frogs by their unique calls and investigate which of two locations has a greater variety of frogs.

Freeport - McMoRan: Dig Into Mining - Microbial Mining
Freeport - McMoRan

In this activity, students explore the role biological technology plays in mining and wastewater treatment.

Jessie Rack: Science will Save the World - Backyard Biodiversity
Jessie Rack (University of Arizona

Today’s episode is all about biodiversity!

SciGirls Connect: Underwater Eco-Adventure
SciGirls Connect

Izzie takes the plunge with Elle and Meg, scuba diving to protect the biodiversity of their favorite Catalina reefs.

Fueling Education: Life on Land Digital Lesson Bundle
Fueling Education

In this digital lesson bundle, students will assume the role of interns at an environmental nonprofit who are assigned to a team that seeks to protect life on land. 

OLogy: Biodiversity
OLogy (American Museum of Natural History)

Biodiversity is the rich variety of life on Earth.

OLogy: Ask a Scientist about Cuba's Biodiversity
OLogy (American Museum of Natural History)OLogy (American Museum of Natural History)

Conservation biologist Ana Luz Porzecanski answers kids’ questions. ¡TAMBIÉN EN ESPAÑOL!

OLogy: Cuban Wildlife Matching Game
OLogy (American Museum of Natural History)

What unique plants and animals live in this island nation’s diverse habitats? ¡TAMBIÉN EN ESPAÑOL!

OLogy: Bio-Benefits
OLogy (American Museum of Natural History)

Did you know that biodiversity provides us with things that we need?