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Learn about the pioneering research techniques Vancouver Aquarium scientists have developed to study killer whales.
Collection: Conservation in Action : Killer Whales
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
Sable's horses were once domestic. As they became wild, they went back to their natural social system of small herds, each defended by a stallion.
Collection: Free as the Wind: Sable Island Horses
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
A geological introduction to non-renewable resources, in particular, the fossil fuels: oil and natural gas.
Collection: Magnificent Rocks
Creator: New Brunswick Museum
Interactive Flash animation of diatom identification activity.
Collection: Climate Change and the Arctic
Creator: Canadian Museum of Nature
Steller sea lions are absolutely huge. As the largest species of sea lion in the world, they can grow to be the size of a minivan!
Collection: Conservation in Action : The Sea Lions
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
The island before Trixie lived there and its state afterward.
Collection: The History of Sable Island
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
Information about the life saving procedures and events at Sable Island.
Collection: The History of Sable Island
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
Some scientists say the island is gradually moving eastward.
Collection: Sable Island: An Island of Sand
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
How to identify Hummingbirds
Collection: Hummingbirds and Other Animals
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
The Ruby-throated Hummingbird is adapted to a wide variety of habitats: gardens, clearings, orchards and the edges of mixed and hardwood forests.
Collection: Hummingbirds in Canada
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
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