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Dolphins In Depth

This Web site from Chicago's Brookfield Zoo provides interactive activities for learning about dolphins. The games span a range of difficulty levels to suit various age groups, and each game includes an informative introduction and set of directions. Educational concepts include dolphin anatomy, behavior, and food chain. If players score well on the first four games, an additional game is provided...

http://www.tdigiovanni.com/tdd/flash/samples/games/bz_games/...
The Marine Mammal Center

This Web site from San Francisco's Marine Mammal Center (MMC) offers a look at current research at the facility. Research focuses primarily on marine mammal health issues, with the goal of improving the rehabilitation process for stranded animals. Visitors to this site can read brief descriptions of current projects in three areas -- Disease Studies; Clinical Technique Studies, which investigates...

https://www.marinemammalcenter.org/education/
Orca Live

A great combination of art and science, the Orca Live Web site provides live Webcam viewing of Orca whales off Hanson Island, in the Johnstone Strait between Vancouver Island and British Columbia. Founded by Dr. Paul Spong, the Orca Lab on Hanson Island and underwater video cameras and microphones at Cracroft Point, monitor the whales' voices and movements 24 hours a day, covering an approximately...

http://www.orca-live.com/
Marine Mammal Commission

Established in 1972 under Title II of the Marine Mammal Protection Act of 1972, the Marine Mammal Commission (MMC) is primarily concerned with "the protection and conservation of marine mammals." Visitors to the site can learn more about the MMC's work, read pending and recent pieces of legislation related to the protection of marine mammals, and also look over testimony proffered to Congress by...

https://www.mmc.gov/