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Provides a shell exchange web site for collectors worldwide.
http://www.marginella.com/
Offers guides to cleaning seashells, preserving sealife, beachcombing, and identification.
http://www.seashells.org/
Offering African Clawed Frog facts and care information.
http://www.fluffyfrog.com/
Learn about amazing biological processes and anatomy of frogs through Flash animation.
http://www.froguts.com/
Dedicated to poison dart frogs and their captive care with husbandry information and an online catalog of frogs and related products.
http://www.poisondartfrogs.info/
Information about the care of poison dart frogs.
http://www.doylesdartden.com/
Loaded with lizard pictures and information.
http://www.cyclura.com/
pictures, fact sheets and links to other herpetological sites.
http://www.snakesandreptiles.com/
information on the Chrysopelea species which is found only in South and Southeast Asia. Includes video clips of flight behavior.
http://www.flyingsnake.org/
Organization committed to the undertaking of scientific research and conservation of marine ecosystems. Focuses on the ecological importance of marine mammals in their environment.
http://www.ballenazul.org/
Dedicated to researching, conserving, and providing public education about the dolphins and whales of the Argentine Sea.
http://www.cethus.org/
Provides information about the natural history of humpback whales, with emphasis on North Pacific humpbacks in the Hawaiian Islands.
http://www.hwrf.org/
Details natural and social sciences for whale conservation and management. Research papers and Richard Ellis gallery of whale art.
http://www.whalesci.org/
Marine research and environmental education agency offering conservation based lectures and trips.
http://www.intersea.org/
Grassroots research effort launched by individuals from within the Maui whale watching community.
http://www.pacificwhales.com/