A few free photos from SeaWorld you can use for school reports. Includes pics of Shamu, the killer whale.
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August 4, 2004 -- From Tannis, a reader from Victoria, BC Canada, who is not affiliated with the site
Awesome to see whales live in their natural habitat. If you can’t see them, sometimes you can listen to them communicate with each other. There are above water and underwater views of them when they are near. You can also subscribe so that when whales are near the cameras, they will email you an alert.
May 17, 2000 -- From Brian H., a reader from Santa Barbara, CA who is affiliated with the site
Keiko and His Kin: A Closer Look at Orcas’ kicks off Thursday, May 18 at 9:30AM PT/12:30PM ET with a live interactive Webcast featuring Ocean Futures founder and President Jean-Michel Cousteau. The Webcast and learning campaign are available to Ocean Futures members only, but membership is free to all. Those interested in participating in the Webcast and learning more about the oceans can join online.
July 28, 1999 -- From a reader from who is affiliated with the site
WhaleNet is an educational site funded by NSF that uses actual whale research data and satellite tagging data in real-time to enhance interst in math and science. We receive about 35,000 hits a day during the academic year from over 130 countries. Site includes images, maps, movies, educational resources from students and educators.