The Tapir Gallery
Recriprocal Links ~
People Who Have Linked to Us
We want to thank and gratefully acknowledge those people who have linked to The Tapir Gallery. It takes time and effort to create thoughtful links, and we consider it a generous gift. We also believe that one of the most important things that "makes the Web go 'round" is the "Net" part of "Internet" - the interconnectedness that creates the community. Thanks again to all of you. ~ Sheryl Todd
Albert Duschl's "Homepage of the
This group, based in Salzburg, Austria, studies immunoregulatory proteins. But guess what their mascot is? A very, very large protein indeed.
Alexander Sze's Homepage
Alex, a Panamanian physicist, works in the U.S. and has a passion for tapirs. He says, "Our objective as humans is the neverending quest for knowledge." He is also a staunch supporter of tapir conservation.
Anthony R. Branch's Ecology WWW Page - Harvard University
What a wealth of informational links! Anthony's home page is here.
This is my friend Andy and his wonderful art!
AZA (American Zoo and Aquarium Association)
Belize Marine TREC (Tropical Research and Education Center)
BIOSIS and the Zoological Record
Brookfield Zoo: Zookeeper Kris's Resource Page
This page links to the Tapir Gallery and Tapir Specialist Group - and it includes a poem by two of our favorite tapir-people friends - Stefan Seitz and Kate Wilson. You can't go wrong! Brookfield Zoo has a link on this page to Brookfield's own tapir info in their "Fabulous Field Guide." This is a wonderful zoo, and we're thrilled to be included in their links! The zoo's main page is here.
This is Artzy's tapir page. It's in Dutch, but whether you speak Dutch or not, you'll recognize a familiar face!
This is the place to go for tapir evolution! Dr. Matthew Colbert, tapir paleontologist, presents unique views and information on tapirs using digital scans. The site also shows foot and trunk construction, teeth, and phylogenetic history. This is cutting-edge scientific information on some of the lesser known characteristics of these under-studied animals. You will also find range maps and a concise general overview of tapirs.
Join Libby Eglin as she shares her dedication for protection of wildlife through her "Born To Be Wild" greeting cards and photo collection taken from her experiences around the world. Click on original photos . . . Antarctica's King Penguins & Sea Lions, Polar Bears, India's Bengal Tigers & Africa's Cheetahs + much more!
Lots of links and information for the environment. Their home is here.
FotoSearch Tapir Photos
Sock images (for purchase) include the tapir.
The Guardian Newsletter
National and international environmental service trips. Environmental suggestions for everyone, plus a lot more - a free e-newsletter, too.
Indianapolis Zoo WWW Reference Center
We're under "Misc - Animal Pages."
Magus Eriksson's home page
Tapirs go to Sweden! Magnus likes mountain tapirs, and we lent him a photo. He's just starting out, and his site will be growing. It will be a good site; he started with the most important thing for any successful web site - a tapir!
NetVet also has a new site at this location.
Psyche Sky's Web Catastrophe
For the link to The Tapir Gallery (and also an okapi picture), see Psyche's Zoology page.
The Shrew (ist's) Site
"A Contribution to Promote the Investigation of the Biology of the Soricidae (Insectivora - Mammalia). . . . This web site aims to become a forum for zoologists interested in the biology of shrews."
Ted Bailey's Favorite Links
Boomerangs, primitives . . . all kinds of neat stuff! We're on Ted's link page, but check out "Home," too.
UCMP: University of California Museum of Paleontology (Berkeley)
The Ultimate Ungulate Page
Brent Huffman's site has several pages on tapir species, including pictures and data.
Welcome to Annie's Place
Annie's daughter, Savannah, loves tapirs. Luckily for Savannah, they live near the Henry Doorly Zoo!
Zoo in the Wild
Animals galore in a cyber-environment. Gives a nicely-identifying photo of the animal in the wild, and information, with a footprint and distribution map for each animal listed. The premise is that animals should not be caged, but they want you to be able to see them anyway.
Zoology Class Resources
This page is maintained by James F. Mahaffy, Biology Department, Dordt College, Sioux Center, Iowa USA. It has some great links to help you find various zoological topics on the Web.
Zoos and Aquariums
This is a listing of zoos and aquariums in the US. It also includes conservation organizations such as the Tapir Preservation Fund.
All tapirs are endangered species.
Saving tapirs helps save the rainforest.
The photo at the top is by Ingo Behrmann.
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