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Searched for: Ecology
Learn about the pioneering research techniques Vancouver Aquarium scientists have developed to study killer whales.
Collection: Conservation in Action : Killer Whales
Learn more about the types of classification systems for collections and the scientific classification of living things.
Collection: Collections on display: Now it’s your turn!
Creator: Musée de la nature et des sciences inc
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
The Biodôme's Laurentian Forest represents a deciduous forest (where the leaves actually drop in the fall). More specifically it is a sugar maple-yellow birch stand
Collection: Nature Under Glass - Laurentian Forest
Initially created for educational purposes, the Séminaire de St-Hyacinthe's preserved animals collection served as a laboratory
Collection: Hummingbirds in Canada
Games and Quizs about medicinal Herbs and plants.
Collection: Traditional and Modern Medicines
The social behaviours of the arctic hare are divers. From communicating with ears to the parade of males, all is done to facilitate life in a group.
Collection: About the Arctic Hare
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
Eusthenopteron foordi is nicknamed The Prince of Miguasha.
Collection: Miguasha: Of Cliffs and Men
Photographs and artifacts are used to illustrate the differences and similarities between human activities in the Lake Saint-Pierre region as practised in the past and in the present day.
Collection: Human Activities in the Lake Saint-Pierre Region-Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
Chiropteran is another name for bat.
Collection: Nature Under Glass - Tropical Forest – First Impressions