Biology News
Cambridge's Museum of Zoology: Bobby the whale and Attenborough - New Scientist

New Scientist
By Graham Lawton. Typical. You wait years for an enormous whale skeleton to be hung in the entrance hall of a museum, then two come along at once. First it was the Natural History Museum in London, which last summer unveiled the bones of a 25-metre ...

Beloved Texas A&M-University Corpus Christi biology professor, Wes Tunnell, dies - Corpus Christi Caller-Times

Corpus Christi Caller-Times
The scientific community is mourning the death of John “Wes” Tunnell, a marine ecologist and biologist, historian, author and early orchestrator of the Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. Tunnell ...

Is Grey's Anatomy Ending After Season 15? - Otakukart

Grey's Anatomy is one of the longest-running shows ever and has managed to maintain its level of quality somewhat while at it. It is ABC's most successful show in history, and that's definitely reassuring for the fans when it comes to the question of ...

Texas Natural History Collections: Ichthyology

Austin - United States

Images, distribution maps and other data on North American freshwater fish.

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    Zoology - Chordates

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    Texas Natural Science Center: Texas Natural History Collections- Ichthyology Home Page

Natural History Collections: Mammals
United Kingdom

An introduction to the biology of the placental mammals, the monotremes and the marsupials.

Natural History Museums & Collections
United States

Collection of botanical gardens, arboretums, herbaria, zoos, and aquarium links from the University of Washington.

Natural History Collections: Echinodermata
United Kingdom

A marine phylum of 6000 species, this is the only group of animals to exhibit radial symmetry as adults. The name Echinodermata, i.e. animals with spiny skin, derives from the spines and tubercles, which project from calcareous ossicles embedded in the skin. The ossicles form a characteristic internal skeleton. Their spines and toxic substances in their body walls are used to deter their many predators. The phylum comprises four very distinct

Florida Museum of Natural History Ichthyology Collection
United States

Comprehensive searchable fish database that offers fish data, shark research and images.

Society for the Preservation of Natural History Collections (SPNHC)
United States

Working to improve preservation, conservation, and management of natural history collections to ensure their continuing value to society.

Whale Shark - Florida Museum of Natural History Ichthyology Department
United States

Detailed profile of the Whale Shark, or Basking Shark, the largest living fish, with a photo gallery. Learn about their migratory behavior, life cycle, and diet.

Goblin Shark - Florida Museum of Natural History Ichthyology Department
United States

Profile of the Goblin Shark, the bottom-dwelling shark that is found along the outer continental shelves, upper slopes, and off seamounts.

Natural Science Collections Alliance (NSC Alliance)
United States

Supports natural science collections, their human resources, the institutions that house them, and their research activities for the benefit of science and society.

Natural History Notebooks

The Canadian Museum of Nature offers descriptions and drawings of past and present animal life.

Natural History of Wildfowl

Short article from Wildfowling Magazine.