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A New Obstacle | Wild Kratts

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Chris and Hero continue their journey up the river, only to come across their biggest obstacle yet: a massive hydroelectric dam blocking their way! There is no way for the sockeye salmon to get through that... or is there? From the Wild Kratts: Hero's Journey special.

Salmon Run | Wild Kratts

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Aviva's Time Thruster falls into the water and gets attached to a sockeye salmon. The Kratt Brothers chase after it, only to find themselves in the middle of a salmon run! From Wild Kratts: Hero's Journey special.

Worm Slime!

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Learn all about the characteristics of worms and what makes up their slimy structure! Viewers learn that worms have tiny hairs, a head with no eyes or ears, are covered in slime, and can have over 100 segments!

Water Walking Kratts | Wild Kratts

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Watch as Chris and Martin try to immitate the Basilisk lizard and run on water. They quickly figure out that it is a combination of the Basilisk's qualities that allow it to have this ability! Viewers learn that on the water, the Basilisk lizard can run almost seven feet per second and that they run on their hind feet!

The Great Crocodile Hatching!

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Join Chris and Martin for an inside look at a crocodile hatching from underneath the ground in the nest. Viewers see firsthand how the baby crocs are born and start their lives. Viewers learn that crocs break through the eggs, use a calling noise to get the attention of their mother to dig them out, and then are scooped up into the mother's mouth to be carried to the water!

Famous Aardvark Breakfast Sludge - Wild Kratts | PBS KIDS Lab

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Use this video to teach children the aardvark's diet, its digging habits, and what the word "insectivore" means. Chris and Martin get a closer look at an aardvark's diet.

Utiliza este vídeo par enseñar a niños la dieta del cerdo hormiguero, sus hábitos de excavación, y lo que la palabra "insectívoro " significa. Chris y Martin investigan la dieta de un cerdo hormiguero.

Digging the Hole Time

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Learn about creatures that live in holes and how even though they may live there, it is actually often the aardvark that has done the digging! Viewers learn that the aardvark has an important role in nature as they help to build homes for other creatures, even their predator — the hyena!

Happy Birthday Baby Pythons

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Learn about the birth process of the Ball Python and how the mothers are very involved pre-birth. However, once the young ones have hatched, they are on their own! Viewers learn that the mother sits by the eggs, protecting them and maintaining their temperature, which can keep them from eating for 90 days!

Fireflies

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Join Chris and Martin as they explore the facinating lives of fireflies! Viewers learn about bioluminsescene and the importance of that glow to the livelihood of fireflies! The brothers explain that the glowing stomach of the firefly is used to communicate to other fireflies to pair up to mate, to warn predators that they are poisonous, and to emit messages to other fireflies. Viewers also learn that the lifespan of the firefly is very short, lasting for only a few weeks at the beginning of the summer and that during this time they must mate and lay their eggs to keep the species going!

Honey Seekers

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Come along with Chris and Martin on their search for the toughest animal in Africa. Along the way they encounter lions, African Honey bees, Honey Guide birds, and find that the toughest of all is the African Honey Badger. The brothers learn about the ferocity of the African Honey Badgers and how the can scare away bees and even lions! Despite their tough nature, viewers learn about their symbiotic relationship with the Honey Guide bee and how they help each other to get what they both like to eat, honey!

Tazzy Chris

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Learn all about animals that may sound and look ferocious but are actually an integral part of nature, like the endangered Tasmanian devil. Viewers learn that this small creature has the strongest jaw of any mammal, with the capability of crushing through bones and can eat up to half its body weight in just 30 minutes. The brothers also explain that as scavengers, the Tasmanian devil acts as a natural recycler.

Running Like Wolves - Clips | Wild Kratts

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Chris and Martin return a wolf pup to its pack, and must use Wolf Power if they hope to get her in time. Watch the accompanying clips to see how Chris and Martin return a lost wolf pup to his pack.

A Salmon's Journey | Wild Kratts

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In this video clip from Wild Kratts: Hero's Journey, the Kratt Brothers talk about the difficult journey of the sockeye salmon. These fish will swim upstream for many miles to return to the rivers and creeks in which they were born. Along the way, they will encounter swift currents, dams, and hungry predators.

The Next Generation | Wild Kratts

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Chris and Martin return to Hero's nest and meet a newly hatched salmon, also known as an alevin. From the Wild Kratts: Hero's Journey special.

Wolf Pack in the Woods - Wild Kratts | PBS KIDS Lab

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Use this video to teach children about wolf packs and how they use teamwork to hunt and care for their young. Chris and Martin track down a lost wolf's pack.

Utiliza este vídeo par enseñar a niños de lobos y cómo utilizan el trabajo en equipo para cazar y cuidar a sus crías. Chris y Martin localizan a la manada de lobos.

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