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Exploring Nature Science Education Resource:

Life Science, Earth Science, and Physical Science Resources for K-12

What Did You Do To Get All Those Animals?

Dr. Amsel with animals

What  did  you do  to  get  all  those  animals?  – Kim

All of the animals in the pictures you see on the Exploring Nature website are patients I have treated at the Los Angeles zoo, Disney Animal Kingdom, or other facilities around the world for which I have done work. The only animals I own are big dogs and even then, I am not sure who owns whom!

 

 

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Exploringnature.org has more than 2,000 illustrated animals. Read about them, color them, label them, learn to draw them.

cheetah, tiger, panda, fox, bear, cougar