Many government agencies, non-governmental organizations and other groups have great websites with games, quizzes and other activities that help you learn about biodiversity.
- The ARKive education pages have games, videos and learning resources to help you learn about everything from habitats, animal survival and animal life stages to evolution, classification and adaptation.
- Earth Rangers has quizzes, games, trading cards and even a junior rangers program to help you carry out eco-feats in your home, school and neighbourhood.
- The Encyclopedia of Life Interactive Activities page lets you explore all kinds of biodiversity, including extinct dinosaurs and modern-day sea creatures .
- The Phylo Game is an open source online card game (similar to Pokeman) about the wonderful, complex and inspiring parts of biodiversity.