The study of all life or living matter. Includes biology, botany, genetics, anatomy, natural history, and zoology.
The links added offer one or more of the following: data; information; media; publications; updated news.
Acarologia: Open Access Acarology journal. Study of mites and ticks.
Amphibian Species of the World: Brought to you by American Museum of Natural History.
Angel Shark Sightings Map: View and/or report a sighting.
APG: Angiosperm Phylogeny website. Botanist working together to create standards for flowering plant taxonomy.
Atlantic Salmon Trust: Putting Wild Salmon First.
Biaza: British And Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums.
Biological Magnetic Resonance Data Bank: ‘A Repository for Data from NMR Spectroscopy on Proteins, Peptides, Nucleic Acids, and other Biomolecules’ – BMRB
Calepa: California Environmental Protection Agency.
Cambridge Brain Sciences: Assess your cognitive abilities through online tests(game like). Use the information to make personal improvements and factual assumptions of yourself. Registering is needed for optimal usage of site – tracks progress.
Canadensys: Various people from biodiversity related backgrounds attempting to make a network of open and useful data/information.
Desert Locust Watch: Recent and past, locust related, information. Including outbreaks and risk maps.
Encyclopedia of Life: Media, data, and information about all living things on earth. Very nice site design.
Explore: Experience the world and it’s inhabitants, through various types of media. Live cams included.
Fletcher Wildlife Garden: Promotes wildlife friendly habitats on urban and rural properties. Emphasis on Ottawa area.
Geology.com: News and information about Geology and more!
Geonames: Geographic database under creative commons. Over eight million locations!
Global Biodiversity Information Facility: Free and Open Access to Biodiversity data.
Check out Translations page 😀
Locust Literature: Has full text articles.
Macaulay Library: A collection of biodiversity audio and videos.
MintureEarth: Learn about the earth via one minute videos.
Mycology: Information on Fungi Diversity.
Phychology: Information about Diversity of Algae.
Polish Academy of Sciences – Institute of Paleobiology: Paleobiology is the science of prehistoric life.
Shark Trackers: View shark activity.
The European Bioinformatics Institute: EMBL-EBI. ‘The Home for big data in biology’.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s National Digital Library: Includes images/photos, audio clips/sounds, and video. Most of the content is in the public domain, all usage terms are poster per item.
U.S. Geological Survey Photographic Library: Public domain photos related to geology.
WikiPathways: Database of biological pathways.
WoRMS: World Register of Marine Species.
Related: Auxiliary History