DiscoverAnimals.org Launches as the Definitive Online Animal Resource
Experts in the fields of veterinary medicine, animal training, husbandry, animals in education, agriculture, entertainment, sports and science have come together to create DiscoverAnimals.org—the comprehensive website about animals. The site provides useful and reliable information about animals from people who love, live and work with animals every day.
DiscoverAnimals.org is a free, online resource with in-depth descriptions, images, video, and more, allowing visitors to learn from leading authorities in the field. From the Toucan to the Bengal Tiger to the Golden Retriever, the site is packed with useful news and facts about animals from around the planet and your back yard. The site also includes information on animals in agriculture, animals as working partners, wildlife conservation, and a useful pet guide.
“Other than pet keeping, modern Americans are now separated more than ever from the animals they depend on, and lack sources of reliable information about them. DiscoverAnimals.org changes that. People can now learn from a diverse group of respected professionals and enthusiasts. Whether you need details on a specific dog breed or an animal found in the wild, DiscoverAnimals.org is an immersive, visual experience for anyone who wants the latest information from experts,” said Patti Strand, President of the National Animal Interest Alliance.
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The site has a dedicated section for kids to excite their interests with links to animal cams, books, and games, as well as information on pet care and ideas on how to become more involved with nature. Site visitors can also participate with videos, a gallery, and many interactive features.
DiscoverAnimals.org’s mission is to be a key resource for relaying interesting and factual information about animals and is committed to providing a valuable resource for animal enthusiasts. This project is guided by the board members of the National Animal Interest Alliance (NAIA) who share a very special love of animals—people who live and work with animals every day.