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Tsunami!
What time is it when a tsunami hits your fence? Probably time to get a new fence. Historically, tsunamis have been feared worldwide because of the tremendous damage they have caused to coastal communities around the world. Visit this website for information about the science of tsunamis.

Marine Watch
What's happening "on, under, and over the oceans" of planet Earth? Marine Watch, an international news journal, provides current information for the worldwide ocean community.

Galaxy Features Online
Toss back your head and take a look at the nighttime sky. Do you know what you see? Do you even know what you should see? Galaxy Features Online offers a "tour" of the galaxy.

Library of Congress Learning Page
Our U.S. Library of Congress offers educational resources related to its National Digital Library Program's historical collections. You can become a "historical detective" and explore the resources of our national library.

African Primates at Home
Go ape in April by visiting these fascinating webpages about the African primates who are the subject of an ongoing study by a researcher at Indiana University.

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