For this project, you will be investigating how specific animals have adapted to their respective environments over time. The sources below will be great resources to obtain information for this quest.
Remember to use keywords to find the specific information you seek (for example, "polar bear" and "adaptation" and "fur"). You can combine these keywords to find information in a database, in a book, on a website, or on a search engine to locate a relevant wesbsite. In addition to database resources, be sure to seek out CREDIBLE sources like websites from zoos and conservation centers, science magazines, and reputable science organizations. Try using our library's WebPath Express search engine before you head to a search engines on the Internet to find information on your topic.
If you have any research questions, please click the Ask Your Librarian link below to ask me, Mrs. Mathieu-Leo a question via a Google Form. Once you fill out the form with your question, I will get back to you as soon as possible.
NOVEL Databases - Scroll all the way down to Kids InfoBits or Gale in Context Middle School to search for information on your animal and its adaptations
Cavendish Square Digital - Select Exploring Life Science
WebPath Express - Use our library catalog's search engine to find credible sources on your animal and its adaptations
Smithsonian's National Zoo & Conservation Biology Institute
Science News for Students