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I have tried to produce as many references as only possible, to provide you with the best available information on the areas covered on the site.
Please feel free to use it to expand your knowledge!
This information may also be useful to you if you are doing your own research for your own projects.
If you do decide to use it for your research, it is your own responsibility to check all the references, resources, facts etc. for their accuracy before you submit your project.
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You can either cite the home page of the website or the specific page which you have used to get your information from.
There are many different ways to cite someone's work, for example, APA style and MLA style. There are other styles as well.
You can use whatever style you wish (even your own style!) to cite our website - it's up to you! Anything is good with us as long as the information you use is cited.
As an example, for references in this site I use the (slightly modified) APA style. For instance, see the Frog Articles' References.
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To give you an idea on how to cite this site in your work, see an example below:
Gray, I. (2011). Jaguar Animal. In Tropical-Rainforest-Animals.com. Retrieved December 27, 2011 from http://www.tropical-rainforest-animals.com/Jaguar-Animal.html
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