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Games and Simulations

Sometimes the best way to learn biology is by playing a game or using a simulation. Here you will find our current collection of fun biology games. We hope you enjoy them.

Sonoran CSI

Little water, sweaty, hot summer days and frigid winter nights make the desert an uninviting place for most animals and plants. But hiding just below the surface, the desert is alive with microbes—tiny, living things too small to see without magnification.

Venom!

Build your own protein channel from paper, play the Venom! invader game on the computer to test your skills battling scorpion venom, or browse our Protein Art section to see the many different ways scientists view protein.

A blue fish.

How did ancient fish make the evolutionary jump from gills to lungs?
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