Critter Science

The Science of Animals


Free Animal Education for All Ages

Critter Science was developed to encompass critters from small to large, from land, to sea, to the air. Critter Science is a blast to visit & learn about all animal life. Content is added daily and I’m always available for suggestions and welcome positive input. Just contact me any time and I’ll get right back to you in a flash.


If you’re a teacher then you will love this site, as there is a ton of free information and educational materials and more will be added as they’re created and/or made available. If you’re a scientist and have works you’d like to get noticed, Critter Science has a section for that too. Literally there will be something for everyone. Just poke around and you’ll find lots to make your brain smarter.

Science is Awesome!

Animals have helped so many of us on this planet for thousands of years. Everything from medicine, to companionship, to technological advances. So many things come from our amazing animal kingdom. In fact, if you look at the very medicine humans rely upon to cure colds, regulate diseases, numb pain, and generally make our lives medicinally better… look no further than the science of critters. This site will help to open your mind to the importance of critters large and small, visible to the nearly invisible. If you want to learn, you’ve come to the right place. Welcome to Critter Science!

There is much to see so check back often to see all the crazy cool things Critter Science will be adding.

You’ve Come to the Right Place

If you don’t see something you’re looking for here on Critter Science, please get in touch with me and I’ll be happy to look into adding it. This is kind of a one stop shop for any and all to enjoy FREE science materials and information.

Remember too, you can ask me anything about any animal and I will answer it!

Enjoy Critter Science and have fun!

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