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The Mysterious Super Digger - Wild Kratts | PBS KIDS Lab

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Use this video to teach children how aardvarks dig holes called burrows, which is where they live. Chris and Martin meet a mother aardvark and her baby.

Utiliza este vídeo par enseñar a niños cómo los cerdos hormigueros cavan agujeros, llamados madrigueras, en donde viven. Chris y Martin conocen a un cerdo hormiguero y su bebé. 

Walrus Stampede!

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Learn all about how walruses find and eat their food, using their unique looking faces to help! Walruses like to eat clams and they use their tusks and whiskers to find them on the ocean floor. Then they use their large lips to suck out the clam, leaving the pearl from the clam behind!

Sperm Whale vs. Giant Squid

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Join the Kratt brothers for the never-before-seen deep sea creature battle between the Giant squid and the Sperm whale. Viewers learn that the Giant squid has an eye the size of a basketball, and that if a whale is in trouble, it will send out a distress call, using echolocation, for other whales to come and help!

Honey Quest

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Join Chris and Martin and see firsthand the symbiotic relationship between the Honeyguide bird and the Honey badger in their quest for honey! Watch as the Honeyguide bird leads the Honey badger to the beehive. Once at the hive, the badger gets rid of the bees by releasing a bad smelling spray, and the two animals share the honey from the hive!

Raising Monarch Butterflies (Growing, Growing, Gone)

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Join Chris and Martin as they see the fast development of Monarch caterpillars into butterflies and get an inside look at this process! The Kratt brothers explain that Monarchs take the longest insect journey — traveling 3000 miles to Mexico — and that they start as caterpillars for about eleven days. Then the caterpillars grow in the chrysalis for about ten days and transform into Monarch butterflies!

Whale of a Squid

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Go to the depts of the ocean with Chris and Martin on their exploration of the largest tooth whale and the loudest animal in world, the Sperm Whale! The brothers use their creature power to dive deep in the ocean to witness the battle of the Sperm whale and the Giant squid! Viewers learn about the body structure, use of echolocation, and breathing patterns of the Sperm whale that allow it to be a successful sea predator!

Bass Class

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Learn all about the large mouth bass and the small mouth bass as Chris and Martin discover that despite both being part of the same family, the large mouth and small mouth bass have very different characteristics. Viewers learn that the small mouth bass has a small mouth, with their jaw just under their eye, they live in groups, like rocky areas of the water, and eat crayfish. They also focus on the large mouth bass which has a large mouth, with their jaw behind their eye, they live alone, like weed filled areas of the water, and eat sunfish. Viewers also learn about fishing and the necessity of understanding the biology of the fish to be successful.

Mystery of the Squirmy Wormy

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Join Chris and Martin as they follow a worm to understand why worms come above ground when it rains! Viewers learn about the physical characteristics of worms and how they impact their lifestyle. The Kratt brothers discover three key things about worms, that they breath through their skin in air and in water, that they come above ground when it is cool and dark to get food and that the sun causes their slime to dry up and for the worm to lose water. Viewers ultimately learn that when it is raining outside, the worms can survive above ground and be comfortable!

Platypus Café

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Learn all about the "sixth sense" of the Duck Billed Platypus and the assistance that this power provides in protecting their eggs and in hunting. Viewers learn that the platypus has a sense called electroreception, which allows them to sense electrical charges to figure out what is in the environment around them. The Kratts also teach that the platypus is the only egg laying mammal, can see even in the darkest water, and love to eat crayfish!

Polar Bears Don’t Dance

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Join the Kratt brothers in the arctic as they explore the rulers of the land and of the water, the polar bear and the walrus! Viewers learn all about their physical characteristics that allow both the polar bear and the walrus to be successful on the land and in the water respectively and that when they cross paths, there is trouble! The Kratt brothers explain that polar bears have extra traction on the bottom of their paws, as well as very sharp claws to help them stay in control on the ice and that polar bears have flippers to help them swim fast and steer in the water!

Aardvark Town

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Join Chris and Martin as they explore the digging expert of the African savannah, the aardvark. Viewers learn about the major power that aardvarks have using their claws to dig boroughs and to break into termite mounds! They also learn about the slurping power of their tongues, which can extend to twelve inches and slurp up 100 termites at once! Aardvarks also play a key role in nature, digging boroughs and leaving them for other animals once they have moved on.

The Best Acorn Planter - Clips | Wild Kratts

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In these clips, Chris and Martin are absorbed in a hilarious competition to discover who is the best acorn planter--Blue Jays or gray squirrels--when a strange Creature Power Suit malfunction transforms Martin into an acorn and grows him into an Oak tree! Chris activates the squirrel powers of his Creature Power Suit, but gets waylaid by a bobcat and goshawk causing Aviva, Koki, and Jimmy to lose them. Viewers learn exactly how Blue Jays and squirrels compare to each other in their acorn planting techniques, the characteristics of an acorn forest, and the important relationship that forest animals share with oak trees for survival.

A Night Out with Bats - Clips | Wild Kratts

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The gang learns how bats are nothing to be afraid of, and they gain a new appreciation for bat ecology, predators and insects, and echolocation. In the accompanying clips, come along with the gang to save a bat roost, go on a nocturnal flyaround, and gain a new appreciation for bats.

The Porcupine's Quills - Clips | Wild Kratts

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In these accompanying clips, learn about porcupines and some of the highly specialized features they use to defend themselves from predators. See how Chris and Martin decide to collect shed porcupine quills to make a beautiful necklace as a gift.

Hummingbird - Wild Kratts | PBS KIDS Lab

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Use this video to teach children how hummingbirds are high-energy birds that need nectar to fuel their activity. The Kratts brothers use their hummingbird powers to save a hummingbird's eggs.

Utiliza este vídeo par enseñar a niños cómo los colibríes son aves de gran energía que necesitan néctar para alimentarse. Los hermanos Kratts usan sus poderes para salvar a los huevos de colibrí.

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