Science World for grades 6–10 brings science to life with fascinating feature articles and hands-on activities that reinforce science concepts and help students build test-taking and critical-thinking skills.
Talking Science: Fascinating Fish
Watch the interview with a scientist, then virtually travel on a fieldtrip to the Congo River in Africa. Check out photos from the trip and don't miss the "Rough Waters" article from Science World.
Melanie Stiassny is an ichthyologist at the American Museum of Natural History. That means she's a scientist who studies fish. Find more science activities and resources: Science Explorations. And try museum activities at OLogy.
All Museum photos: ©AMNH/M.Stiassny
Science World | One of the world's most turbulent rivers is home to a wide array of fish species. Now, large dams are threatening their future.
Scholastic News Online | August21,2006
This is an article about a robotic fish at the London Aquarium.
Looking at the articles, pictures, and other materials in this Research Starter may give you more ideas about the study of oceans.