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Animal Diversity Web
Search the University of Michigan's Animal Diversity Web using the scientific name for your animal (search box located on right side of page)
Search animals by scientific name. Provides an overview of the species, as well as facts.
Garst Wildlife Library at CSU
Photos, information, and animal characteristics via the Warren and Genevieve Garst Collection at Colorado State University Libraries
Galapagos Conservation Trust
Awesome overview of the wildlife, history, and conservation efforts of the GCT
Biodiversity and animalia in the Galapagos Islands
Animals of the Galapagos Islands
Native vs. introduced species; birds, fish, invertebrates & insects, mammals, reptiles, whales, dolphins
Use the search box on the main page to find articles on your creature or on Galapagos in general (the fewer keywords, the better)
American Museum of Natural History
Search "Galapagos" for videos, articles, podcasts, and exhibits
PBS Library: The Age of Darwin
General evolution resources with links to articles and primary sources from Darwin's journey
Turn any of the articles you've found into a PDF, and save to Notability or Google Drive!
HOME ACCESS PASSWORDS - Available in the library, on the library's Schoology Group, and by clicking here (sign in with your Glenbard Google info)
Don't forget to check the maps (If you need citation help, see Mrs. Roberts)
Download Charles Darwin's "Voyage of the Beagle" for free from Project Gutenberg. Choose the EPUB version and save it into iBooks. Do a search for either the scientific name or the common name of your animal using the iBooks magnifying glass in the top right corner, and it will direct you to the pages that reference said creature.
The University of Cambridge's Darwin Correspondence Project provides access to the transcripts and pictures of all of Darwin's correspondence. Search 8000+ letters and articles for your keword(s). The site also provides other relevant links and resources.