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This is our always changing list of recently added sites, plus the occasional oldie. 
Generally, sites get added on the top and eventually get taken off the bottom.






How an 18th Century Sailing Battleship Worked
25 minute YouTube video.
"Fly through a wooden warship from the age of sail!"
Explore all the decks in detail. Learn about the complicated
ropes, sails, and rigging. See the different types of guns
and shells. Some of those ships held 1,000 men, and
everything was highly organized.

Going in History and Technology



OCEARCH is a recognized world leader in generating critical
scientific data related to tracking (telemetry) and biological
studies of keystone marine species such as great white and
tiger sharks, in conjunction with conservation outreach and
education at a measurable global scale.
Featuring the Shark Tracker!
Also has FAQ, Science, and Education K-8 with lesson plans!

Going in Animals



Archaeologists Unearth Buddha Statue in
Ancient Egyptian Port City

Roman Egypt had Buddhist missions and trading posts.
There was a thriving trade across the Indian Ocean.
Going in Ancient History & Archaeology


Archaeologists Uncover 400-Year-Old Skeleton in Sister Colony to Jamestown

"The remains belong to a European teenage boy buried at the historic city of St. Maryís,
Marylandís first capital." He was an indentured servant. When he died he was
tossed in a shallow grave and forgotten for 400 years. Nobody even straightened
out his body. Good Smithsonian article with lots of illustrations and photos.
Going in History


Osprey Withstands Hail Storm Youtube video from a
nest cam, showing a sturdy little osprey soaking up torrential rain &
taking hits from heavy hail. This is how the bird protects its clutch of
five eggs. Going in Animals


30 pix that explain why

Iceland Is Different
From The Rest Of The World

Some of these are kinda off the wall (lookin' at #12 and #23)
but they are all uniquely Icelandic. Also the photos are just

Going in Geography



This XKCD shortcut unfolds into a graphic that's twice as wide and way longer
than it is!

Going in Earth Science


Clouded Leopard
Two extant species. "Extant" is the opposite of "extinct."

About the Neofelis genus, the oldest group of cats.
Like snow leopards, clouded leopards are not "real" leopards.
Going in Animals


A metal ornament of the Norse goddess
Freja ("The Lady"). Found in a field in

Going in Ancient History & Archaeology



Hi, kids! I'm Dakota! I am one of the Brittanies here at
Good Sites for Kids! I'm a retired hunter and a mama.
My fur-sister Lillian and I are American Brittanies, both
rescues, and both South Dakota natives. When we're not
helping out on the site, we patrol the property,
chase rabbits and squirrels, say hi to the kids at the school
playground and the dogs next door, rack out on our beds, ask
for treats, and hang out with our humans!


dogs looking out the window

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