Welcome to naturalworlds.org, my series of natural history websites. 

Natural Worlds is a completely non-profit, educational online series which provides information on a variety of natural history topics.  Natural Worlds gradually developed from just a few pages that I created back in July 1998.  Since then, it has grown into a number of separate web sites consisting of approximately 370 pages.  I hope you'll enjoy your visit, and I'm sure that you will leave here having learned something new about the natural world.

Click on one of the sections below to begin browsing the site.


 
the world of wolves, foxes and other canids
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This is a natural history of wolves, foxes and other canids.  It includes information on a number of selected species, the fossil record of canids, wolf conservation, photo galleries, multimedia, and much more.
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a natural history of the Tasmanian tiger
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The thylacine, often called the "Tasmanian tiger" or "Tasmanian wolf", is a unique marsupial from Australia's island state of Tasmania.  The Thylacine Museum is my personal tribute to this beautiful and now very rare mammal.
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the Marsupial 'lion' of Pleistocene Australia
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The subject of this site is an extinct mammal from Australia that is commonly referred to as the "Marsupial lion".  It lived during the Pleistocene Epoch, and possessed some very unusual physical features.
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a new species of armored dinosaur
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This is a new genus of armored dinosaur (Nodosaurid) that I discovered in Texas in May 1992.  It lived during the Early Cretaceous Period.  It has generated much interest among dinosaur enthusiasts.
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rhinoceros beetles and other members of the scarab family
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The family Scarabaeidae is a remarkable group of beetles, many of which are the largest insect species on the planet.  This site profiles 25 of the most spectacular ones from around the world, with details on their life cycles.
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among the worlds largest, heaviest insects
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Members of the family Scarabaeidae, the African scarab genus Goliathus contains some of the largest, heaviest insects on Earth.  This site provides information on all five species, including captive breeding methods.
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World of the Wolf
The Thylacine Museum
Thylacoleo
Pawpawsaurus
Family Scarabaeidae
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