In this educational resource, students analyze data from Dr. Natalia Borrego’s experiments comparing lions to other social animals and to solitary cats. Additional support materials are available, including discussion questions and vocabulary.
In this educational resource, students will learn how one tiny cat uses his senses to navigate the world around him. Support materials include discussion questions, vocabulary, and a hands-on activity where students use their sense of touch to help a rusty-spotted cat find its way home.
With this educational resource, students can explore how cheetahs’ unique body structures help them move quickly to catch prey.
Witness the elaborate courtship display of the greater sage-Grouse in this video from NATURE: The Sagebrush Sea.
Explore how humans are changing the high desert ecosystem in the video from NATURE: Sagebrush Sea.
Learn about the complex high desert ecosystem in this video and support materials from NATURE: Sagebrush Sea.
See how great desert skinks work together to survive in the Australian desert in this video from NATURE: Animal Homes.
Learn about an albatross colony in which many of the chicks are raised by two females in this video from NATURE: Animal Homes.
Learn about birds of the East African Savannah that work together to find food and raise offspring in the video from NATURE: Animal Homes.
Learn about the three types of oscellated wrasse males in the video from NATURE: Animal Homes.