Cool sites, games and puzzles online... most involve Marine Biology but some are simply fun. Send us your suggestions today! Enjoy!
All About the Oceans and the Seas - EnchantedLearning.com
Enchanted Learning produces children's educational web sites and games which are designed to capture the imagination while maximizing creativity, learning, and enjoyment.
Site is full of lateral and logical puzzles as well as some quizzes. Once you have started you will want to do all the puzzles....
BBC - Nature - Blue Planet Challenge
Your challenge is to explore as much of the ocean as possible, without losing any of your five lives. Are you ready to take the plunge?
The Web site that teaches biology fundamentals to children and adults!
Biology Quiz Activities & Games (11 Years or Older)
Dive and Discover is an interactive distance learning Web site by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution designed to immerse you in the excitement of discovery and exploration of the deep seafloor. Dive and Discover brings you right on board a series of research cruises to the Pacific and Indian Oceans, and gives you access to the latest oceanographic and deep submergence research as it happens!
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) - Student Center
Here, students in middle and high school can explore a wide range of environmental issues. Need help with your homework? Need an idea for an environmental club project?
EPA Climate Change Kids Page
The kids page focuses on the science and impacts of global warming or climate change, and on actions that help address climate change issues. It is designed as a resource for both kids and educators. The site also features games, events, and links to other relevant sites for kids and educators.
Fact Monster - Games and Quizzes
Arcade style, educational games and teaching tools for kids and teachers. Pop culture quizzes and crosswords. Flash based, interactive math, science, and word games.
A site for the enquiring mind. With optical illusions, scientific toys, visual effects, and even a little magic.
Hawaii's ocean animals, dolphins, whales, sea turtles, and fish. Best games, coloring pages, and educational activities...
Kids Against Marine Litter
Find out why marine trash is bad from sources all over the world and see what you can do help.
National Geographic for Kids - Games
The SuperCroc is our favorite...
NATURE: Puzzles & Fun
There are three-sided animal puzzles, animal scrambles, a race across the Steppes, photo tours (India and a safari), two activities involving Koko the signing gorilla, an opportunity to make insect masks, and more.
Planet Ocean @ DiscoverySchool.com
Discover what it takes for amazing ocean animals to survive their underwater world...
SCIENCE - A Closer Look: for grades K though 6 - online classroom lessons by McGraw-Hill with fun shows, games, and puzzles. Also covers Math, Reading, Language Arts, Social Studies, Health and Music.
Scientific Studies : Terrific Trivia Quiz
Science becomes daily ever more specialized. Once upon a time you could be just a scientist and hope to know everything that was to be known. But now there are literally thousands of differentfields of study.
OK, this has very little to do with marine life but Simon's cat is so funny we just had to post it. Enjoy!
Virtual Sailor - The virtual sailing simulator
Very cool, marine life including dolphins and sharks, a submarine and lots more to download once you buy it for $25. A MarineBio favorite!
Listen to the whale song and identify the whale species.
"Georgia Aquarium has decided not to appeal the decision handed down by Judge Totenberg. We firmly disagree with the Judge's decision, but the extended appeal process would add to an already lengthy series of legal proceedings, which would not be in the best interest of the animals in Russia."
As if the world's coral reefs didn't have enough problems — killer rising ocean temperatures, crazy bleaching events and oil slicks comprised of sunscreen from sunbathers that denude them, they are now under attack by hordes of thorny sea creatures.
Fishing nations at the annual meeting of the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) have once again failed to adopt scientific advice and best practices to safeguard several species of oceanic sharks.