References for Biology ResearchDatabases, publications, and websites to help you find inspiring strategies.
Open Access databases
Museums that sponsor research provide a wealth of information about nature’s strategies. Because their research is first-hand, their information is more reliable than that of other museum and zoo websites. Wikipedia has a page listing natural history museums around the world, not all of which will have research arms. Here are some examples of museums with research departments:
Wikipedia is a good source for biological strategies, but you should use it only as a starting point and go to their links for more scientifically accurate information.
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