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Learn how our ancestors discovered and used medicinal plants.
Collection: Traditional and Modern Medicines
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
Over time, aquatic animals like capybaras, caimans and piranhas have developed different skills and features to help them move about, feed and detect their surroundings.
Collection: Nature Under Glass - Tropical Forest – In the Trees and in the Water
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
Students will use a map from 1996 to explore causes and effects of natural hazards on Canada and other areas of the world. They will use a geographic framework to explore natural hazards.
Collection: You are here: Learning about Canada from Canadian Geographic’s maps
Creator: Royal Canadian Geographical Society
Grace Bell's Black-capped Chickadee and Ruby-crowned Kinglet Research Notes: Range, Status in British Columbia, Breeding, Remarkes ...
Collection: Bird Calls and More: The Grace Bell Collection
Creator: CHIN
Grace Bell's Violet-green Swallow and Olive-sided Flycatcher Research Notes: Recorder, Date, General Remarks, Location Name, Location Description, Length, Recording Remarks, Tape Number …
Collection: Bird Calls and More: The Grace Bell Collection
Creator: CHIN
Grace Bell's Gray Catbird and Varied Thrush Research Notes: Recorder, Date, General Remarks, Location Name, Location Description, Length, Recording Remarks, Tape Number …
Collection: Bird Calls and More: The Grace Bell Collection
Creator: CHIN
Nature in the Laurentian Forest changes constantly from one season to the next.
Collection: Nature Under Glass - Laurentian Forest
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
Over time, aquatic animals like capybaras, caimans and piranhas have developed different skills and features to help them move about, feed and detect their surroundings.
Collection: Nature Under Glass - Tropical Forest – In the Trees and in the Water
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
Description of food plants of the Haida people
Collection: Haida Forests: Trees Are Your Grandmothers
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
The discovery of the Burgess Shale fossils near the end of the nineteenth century is a direct result of Canada’s western expansion through its railroad project.
Collection: The Burgess Shale: historic and scientific explorations
Creator: Royal Ontario Museum
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