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Subject: Science
Category: Human anatomy

Human anatomy online

Site contains over 100 illustrations of the human body as well as anatomy lessons and descriptive information about parts of the body such as the digestive system, skeleton, muscles, lymphatic system, endocrine system, nervous system, cardiovascular system and reproductive systems. Suitable for interactive whiteboard.

Subject: Science
Category: Human anatomy

Anatronica: Interactive 3D human anatomy

Anatronica is an interactive 3D anatomy study aid, demonstrating the skeletal system, muscular system, cardiovascular system, nervous system, urinary system, reproductive system, digestive system, respiratory system, and endocrine system. Requires Unity Web Player plugin. Suitable for an interactive whiteboard.

Subject: Science
Category: Human anatomy

Human body

The BBC Human Body site has Real audio information in programmes lasting about 10 minutes about parts of the body including heart, skin, bones, eye, lungs and brain.

Subject: Science
Category: Human anatomy

Human body

Learn about health and growth, the human skeleton and other interesting human body topics on the Science Kids site. Games explore health and growth, heart rate, teeth and eating, skeletons and bones, suitable for an interactive whiteboard. Fact files describe blood, eyes, brain and heart.

Subject: Geography
Category: Human ecology

Our planet

This website accompanies the Our Planet documentary series by David Attenborough exploring human impact on the environment and wildlife dependent on it, including the global extent of grassland, jungle and forest habitats before humans compared to what remains today. Human impact on Earth. Suitable for an interactive whiteboard.

Subject: Science
Category: Poultry

Anatomy of the chicken

This interactive tool provides basic information on chicken anatomy for students. Colour transparencies show the fundamental structure and anatomy of the chicken, as it may be observed during a dissection study. Suitable for an interactive whiteboard.

Subject: Science
Category: Bones


eSkeletons is an interactive site which views the bones of human and non-human primates, including chimpanzee, baboon, gorilla and lemur. The Taxon tab gives general species information, and 'comparative anatomy' selects complete sets or individual bones for dimension and orientation to the body. There are FAQs about bone biology, human skeleton and skeletal morphology, and resources include puzzles, printouts and a bookmark featuring human, chimpanzee and baboon skulls. Suitable for an interactive whiteboard.

Subject: The Arts
Category: Leonardo, da Vinci

Leonardo da Vinci: anatomist

Leonardo has long been recognised as one of the great artists of the Renaissance, but he was also a pioneer in the understanding of human anatomy. The London Grid for Learning presents a selection of high resolution images of his studies of the human body.

Subject: Geography
Category: Ecology

Natural and human impacts on wildlife

This site explains how humans are responsible for causing changes in the environment that hurt animals and plant species. Impact on animal habitat.

Subject: Science
Category: Volcanoes

Anatomy of a volcano

Nova gives pictures and diagrams of the anatomy of a volcano.

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