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  • Coral Fluorescence

    Coral Fluorescence

    Image of the Week

    Most corals contain proteins that emit light, or fluoresce, when light shines on them.

  • A Predator in the Plankton

    A Predator in the Plankton

    Image of the Week

    The comb jelly (Beroe cucumis) uses its large mouth and cilia-powered motor to prey upon members of the plankton family, including other ctenophores.

  • Niche Partitioning and Species Coexistence

    Niche Partitioning and Species Coexistence

    Scientists at Work

    (8 min 14 sec) Professor Robert Pringle describes the cutting-edge method of DNA metabarcoding used to reveal how similar animals share resources. Film and worksheet also available in Spanish.

  • Gorongosa: Making Observations Activity

    Gorongosa: Making Observations Activity

    Activity

    In this activity, students will use trail camera photos from WildCam Gorongosa to make observations and ask scientific questions as part of the scientific process.

  • Primate in a Pumpkin

    Primate in a Pumpkin

    Image of the Week

    The Aye-Aye is a nocturnal lemur, a member of a group of primates that live only on the island of Madagascar. 

  • The Science of Camera Traps

    The Science of Camera Traps

    Lecture

    (23 min 44 sec) A discussion of camera traps and their use in ecological research.

  • Conserving and Restoring Ecosystems

    Conserving and Restoring Ecosystems

    Lecture

    (25 min 21 sec) Two important questions in ecology are "How do we conserve ecosystems?" and  "When we try to restore damaged ecosystems, what state do we restore them to?"

  • How Species Coexist

    How Species Coexist

    Lecture

    (27 min 25 sec) Large herbivores in the African savanna coexist by partitioning ecological niches by time, space, and diet.

  • Patterns and Processes in Ecology

    Patterns and Processes in Ecology

    Lecture

    What controls the numbers and distributions of animals in their environment? How do animals interact with other species? How do natural patterns arise in nature? Find out in the 2015 Holiday Lectures on Science.

  • Helena With Cub

    Helena With Cub

    Image of the Week

    A lioness relaxing with her cub in Gorongosa National Park, where scientists are studying the recovery of the lion population. 

  • Wait for Me!

    Wait for Me!

    Image of the Week

    A remote trail camera captures a photo of an elephant calf trying to catch up to the rest of its family group in Gorongosa National Park.

  • iTunes U Course: Gorongosa: Using Citizen Science to Study Ecology

    iTunes U Course: Gorongosa: Using Citizen Science to Study Ecology

    Click & Learn

    This iTunes U course teaches concepts in ecology and scientific inquiry through a citizen science project in Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique.

  • You Lookin' at Me?

    You Lookin' at Me?

    Image of the Week

    Waterbucks caught in the act as they eat their way in front of a trail camera in Mozambique, Africa.

  • WildCam Gorongosa

    WildCam Gorongosa

    Click & Learn

    Researchers in Gorongosa National Park use remote trail cameras to study the park’s wildlife. You can contribute to this important research through WildCam Gorongosa, an online citizen science platform.

  • Creating Chains and Webs to Model Ecological Relationships

    Creating Chains and Webs to Model Ecological Relationships

    Activity

    Students use cards to build model food webs and evaluate how ecological disturbances affect each trophic level. Also available in Spanish.

  • Gorongosa National Park

    Gorongosa National Park

    Collection

    Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique was once a thriving national park, until a civil war decimated the park’s large animal populations and halted tourism. A new long-term restoration project...

  • Sand Flea Fireworks

    Sand Flea Fireworks

    Image of the Week

    The front leg of a sand flea stained with colorful dyes.

  • Shades of Pollen

    Shades of Pollen

    Image of the Week

    The variety of colors of cells in a honeycomb comes from pollen collected from different plant species.

  • Save Our Sawfish

    Save Our Sawfish

    Image of the Week

    A smalltooth sawfish (Pristis pectinata) patrols the murky waters of the Everglades National Park in Florida.

  • Warthog Love

    Warthog Love

    Image of the Week

    Warthog mothers look after their young in small family groups.

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