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March Mammal Madness

The official location for March Mammal Madness tournament information and resources!

Free & Open Resources

We've rounded up this selection of freely or openly available research sources to help MMM participants of all ages to make informed selections. If you know of any that you think we should add, please let us know!

A note on location: In the early rounds the battle location is in the preferred habitat of the better-ranked combatant in the battle, and ecology can play a huge role in what happens. Once to the Elite Trait, the battle location is randomly determined among four ecologies: Dwarf/Elfin Forest, Seagrass Meadow, Semi-Arid Desert, or Freshwater Swamp Forest for the remaining battles. The location is announced right before the battle.

Resources K-12

Getting Started - General Resources

Specific Regions

Individual Species Resources

Images and Video

Explore Time and Space

For Educators

Academic Information Resources

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