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Physics
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Bouncing Ball

Collision

Ideal Gas


Diffusion

Interference

Moon

Pendulum

Planets

Projectile from a Cliff

Projectile from the Ground

Rainbow

Spring

Wave

Radioactive Decay



Astronomy Biology Flowers

Northern Circumpolar Constellations

Spring Constellations
Summer Constellations
Autumn Constellations
Winter Constellations
Southern Circumpolar Constellations


Population Growth

African Daisy
,
Anthurium,
Arum Lily,
Aster,
Baby's Breath,
Begonia,
Bougainvillea,
Carnation,
Cherry Blossom,
Chrysanthemum,
Dahlia,
Forget Me Not,


Frangipani
,
Hibiscus,
Holly,
Iris,
Ixora,
Jasmine,
Lavender,
Lily,
Magnolia,
Marigold,
Mistletoe,
Morning Glory,

Narcissus
,
Oleander,
Orchid,
Painted Daisy,
Peony,
Periwinkle,
Petunia,
Rose,
Sunflower,
Tulip,
Waterlily

Birds

Struthioniformes
eg ostrich, rheas, cassowaries, emus, kiwis
Tinamiformes eg tinamous
Galliformes eg megapodes, guans, grouse, pheasants, guineafowl, turkeys

Anseriformes
eg waterfowl (ducks, geese, swans), screamers
Coraciiformes eg kingfishers, bee-eaters, rollers
Trogoniformes eg trogons, quetzals
Apodiformes eg swifts, hummingbirds
Caprimulgiformes eg goatsuckers, nightjars, potoos, frogmouths, oilbird
Passeriformes eg perching birds
Piciformes eg woodpeckers, honeyguides, toucans
Coliiformes eg mousebirds
Strigiformes eg owls
Cuculiformes eg cuckoos, anis, roadrunners
Psittaciformes eg parrots, cockatoos, macaws
Gruiformes eg cranes, rails, sungrebes, sunbittern, kagu, seriemas, limpkins
Charadriiformes eg shorebirds, gulls, auks
Columbiformes eg pigeons, doves
Falconiformes eg hawks, eagles, falcons, caracaras
Ciconiiformes eg storks, herons, ibises, spoonbills
Pelecaniformes eg pelicans, tropicbirds, boobies, cormorants, anhingas, frigatebirds
Procellariiformes eg albatrosses, petrels, shearwaters, fulmars
Podicipediformes eg grebes
Sphenisciformes eg penguins
Gaviiformes eg loons, divers


Shells
Class Polyplacophora: Chitons
Class Cephalopoda: Nautilus Shells
Class Scaphopoda: Tusk Shells
Class Gastropoda
Pleurotomarioidea: Slit Shells, Abalones
Fissurelloidea: Keyhole Limpets
Patelloidea: True Limpets
Trochoidea: Top Shells, Turban Shells, Pheasant Shells
Neritoidea: Nerites
Littorinoidea: Periwinkles
Cerithioidea: Cerith Shells, Bell Clappers, Horn Shells or Mud Creepers, Screw Shells, Worm Shells
Stromboidea: Pelican's Foot Shells, Conch Shells
Crepiduloidea: Slipper Shells, Cup & Saucer Shells
Xenophoroidea: Carrier Shells
Cypraeoidea: Cowrie Shells, Egg Shells, Allied Cowries
Naticoidea: Moon or Necklace Shells
Tonnoidea: Tun Shells, Fig Shells, Helmet or Bonnet Shells, Tritons, Frog Shells
Epitonioidea: Wentletraps, Purple Sea Snails
Muricoidea: Rock Shells, Latiaxis Shells, Whelks, Dove Shells, Dog Whelk or Nassa Mud Snails, Crown or Swamp Conch, Tulip & Spindle Shells, Volutes, Harp Shells, Vase Shells, Olive Shells, Margin Shells, Mitre Shells
Cancellarioidea: Nutmeg Shells
Conoidea: Cone Shells, Turrid Shells, Auger Shells
Architectonicoidea: Sundial Shells
Philinoidea: Bubble Shells
Class Bivalvia
Arcoidea: Ark Shells
Limopsoidea: Bittersweet Clams
Mytiloidea: Mussel Shells
Pterioidea: Wing & Pearl Oysters, Hammer Oysters
Pinnoidea: Pen Shells
Limoidea: File Clams
Ostreoidea: True Oysters
Pectinoidea: Scallop Shells, Thorny Oysters
Anomioidea: Jingle Shells, Saddle & Window Pane Oysters
Trigonioidea: Brooch Clams
Lucinoidea: Lucina Clams, Basket Lucines
Carditoidea: Cardita Clams
Chamoidea: Jewel Boxes
Cardioidea: Cockle Shells
Tridacnoidea: Giant Clams
Mactroidea: Mactra Clams or Trough Shells
Solenoidea: Razor Shells, Jackknife Clams
Tellinoidea: Tellins or Butterfly Shells, Donax or Wedge Clams
Arcticoidea: Arctica Clams
Glossoidea: Heart Clams
Veneroidea: Venus Clams
Pholadoidea: Piddocks or Angel Wings


Dinosaurs
Saurischia
"lizard-hipped"
Ornithischia
"bird-hipped"
Theropods
"beast-footed"
Sauropodomorphs
"lizard-foot form"
Thyreophorans
"shield-bearer"
Marginocephalians
"fringed-headed"
Ornithopods
"bird-footed"

Ceratosaurs (eg ceratosaurus, coelophysis, dilophosaurus)



Prosauropods (eg plateosaurus)

Stegosaurs (eg stegosaurus)

Pachycephalosaurs (eg pachycephalosaurus)

Heterodontosaurs (eg heterodontosaurus)
Carnosaurs (eg allosaurus) Diplodocoidea (eg diplodocus, apatosaurus) Ankylosaurs (eg ankylosaurus) Ceratopsians (eg triceratop, styracosaurus, chasmosaurus) Hypsilophodontia (eg hypsilophodon)
Ornithomimosaurs (eg ornithomimus, struthiomimus, gallimimus)

Macronaria (eg brachiosaurus, camarasaurus ) Nodosaurs (eg nodosaurus) Iguanodons (eg iguanodon)
Tyrannosaurs (eg tyrannosaurus) Hadrosaurs (eg parasaurolophus, corythosaurus, lambeosaurus)
Maniraptors (eg dromeosaurus, oviraptor, troodon)

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