The oddest couple ever: Arusha and Anna
- A Wild Idea. // Scholastic SuperScience;Feb2006, Vol. 17 Issue 5, p2
The article reports that scientists from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, are planning to place elephants and lions in the Great Plains of North America.
- Animals of Australia. // Scholastic News -- Edition 1;Sep2000, Vol. 57 Issue 1, following p4
Features several animals that can be found in Australia.
- Animals of Australia. // Scholastic News -- Edition 2;Sep2000, Vol. 57 Issue 1, following p4
Provides information on several animals in Australia.
- Toxicity tests in animals: alternative models Sklarew, Myra // Environmental Health Perspectives;Sep1993, Vol. 101 Issue 4, p288
No abstract available.
- THE EVERGLADES IN TROUBLE. Sweet, Barbara // Appleseeds;Nov2000, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p24
Focuses on animals whose habitats are found in the Florida Everglades.
- Animal actors. Roessing, W. // Boys' Life;Jul91, Vol. 81 Issue 7, p32
Examines some of Hollywood's biggest animal actors and the trainers who work with them. Some of the tricks the trainers use; How the animals are taught tricks; Some famous animals whose fame has endured for decades. INSET: Animal actors can be dangerous..
- Big! // Backpacker;Dec92, Vol. 20 Issue 8, p28
Considers the consequences of man's quest to reduce the size of the world. How our actions have altered our perspective and affected the way we measure ourselves and our ability to be humbled; Species that offer needed perspective--that can make humans feel pretty small.
- Beastly briefs. // Backpacker;May93, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p32
Presents news briefs on the topic of animals. Statistical picture of the average bird-watcher from the National Audubon Society; Boosting population of raccoons due to a decline in fur-clothing sales; Magnetic attraction of Monarch butterflies to oil platforms in the Gulf of Mexico; More.
- Living in the flyway. Johnson, C. // Country Living;Mar1992, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p20
Reflects on the virtues of wetlands. How they encourage wildlife diversity; Flood control properties; Increasing decline of wetlands; Importance of saving them.
- New animals to the New World. Miller, B.M. // Cobblestone;Jan1992, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p36
Describes the impact on the New World of animals introduced by Spaniards such as the horse, pig and sheep. Use of horses in conquest of native populations; Damage done by pigs; Sheep ranches; How horses gave Indian tribes freedom.