Just for kids

July 20, 1999

Be a 4Kids Detective;

When you know the answers to these questions, go to http://www.4Kids.org/detectives/

When did the National Hollerin' Contest begin?

What info does TeenCentral ask when signing in? (Go to http://www.teencentral.net/ to find out.)

When did wild bison become extinct in North America?


Whales, bison and jaguars are just a few of the Earth's beautiful creatures that need your attention today. At E-Patrol: Endangered Species Alert, you'll get the lowdown on the world's animals that are threatened with extinction. Safari out to http://www.sprint.com/ epatrol/ep-endangered.html to learn how you can make a difference in the lives of these animals. The site takes you across the globe to places like Australia, where you'll enjoy the hiss of the frilled lizard and the cuddly charm of the koala. South of the equator, you'll meet threatened mammals such as the giraffe, the squirrel monkey, the cheetah and the zebra. And closer to home, you'll swim with the alligator and soar with the majestic bald eagle. The site is loaded with sweet graphics and photos. Plus, by taking the E-Patrol pledge, you'll prove to yourself and your friends that you truly can make a difference.


At the Web site for the National Hollerin' Contest in Spivey's Corner, N.C., you'll get the chance to celebrate the great folk culture from this part of the country. Twist and shout at http:// metalab.unc. edu/hollerin/ The holler has been found to exist in Europe, Africa and Asia. Be sure to download the different types of hollers, from the danger holler to the ranching call to the good old-fashioned "howdy neighbor!" Listen up for all the hoots, howls and yells from the contest. Heeee-hawwww!

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