The Wildlife Conservation Society (WSC) and the Bronx Zoo have been awarded a $450,000 grant to make life science a wild experience for high school students across the country using web-based instruction and live animals. To be developed over the next four years, the project will use the appeal of animals to bring science closer to students.

"We know that people of all ages love live animals," said Tom Naiman, director of curriculum development and international education


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