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March Mammal Madness

The official location for March Mammal Madness tournament information and resources! If you're learning, you're winning!

Busted Bracketeers

2024MMM bracket starting with the sweet 16

Sometimes our pick for Champion meets an unfortunate early exit from the tournament. Upsets happen, and they are called upsets not because people respond to them with cordial equanimity. BUT in 2024, in collaboration with MMM graphic design guru, Prof. Will Nickley, we present the Busted Bracketeers Bracket! While you can’t update any digital bracket submissions, you CAN print out this bracket starting with the Sweet Sixteen, pick a new champion to cheer & keep following the MMM action through to the end! Rally your fellow friends with busted brackets to form your own local club!

March Mammal Madness

2024MMM Bracket

image of the 2024MMM bracket

2024MMM Tournament Schedule

school lunch menu style calendar of the 2024 March Mammal Madness tournamentThe action starts at 8 PM Eastern / 5 PM Pacific on all game nights.


2024 March Mammal Madness CALENDAR 

Game Time is 8 PM Eastern/5 PM Pacific for all tournament nights.

Date Event
March 10 (SUN) Wild Card Eve
March 11 (MON) WILD CARD
March 13 (WED) Round 1: Epic Animals
March 14 (THURS) Round 1: Connoisseur Critters
March 18 (MON) Round 1: Rainbow Collection
March 20 (WED) Round 1: Take a Bow
March 21 (THURS) Round 2: Epic Animals & Connoisseur Critters
March 25 (MON) Round 2: Rainbow Collection & Take a Bow
March 27 (WED) SWEET 16

2024MMM Videos

Getting Started Resources

Online Bracket Scoring


Three cheers for Mr. Jeff Brunstrum for creating the online bracket managers for MMM!!!

Research the Combatants

Moar Tournament Learning Materials

Illustration & Image Resources

SPOTLIGHT Wild Animal Research

More Science Resources

Other Animal Games We Love!

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