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Beaver Lodge - Wild Kratts | PBS KIDS Lab

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Use this game resource to teach children how beavers build a cozy home for their family. Chris and Martin stumble into the cozy home of a family of beavers.

Utiliza este juego par enseñar a niños cómo los castores construyen un hogar para sus familias. Chris y Martin tropiezan en la casa de una familia de castores. 

Building a Beaver Pond

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Explore the building power of beavers and the large impact they can have on the environment when they build a dam! Viewers see an example of a pond that formed as a result of a dam in a river and learn about the habitat created for many animals as a result of the pond!

Greatest Creature Builder - Wild Kratts | PBS KIDS Lab

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Use this video to teach children how beavers build dams that transform the landscapes around them. Chris and Martin meet one of nature's master builders, the Beaver.

Utiliza este vídeo par enseñar a niños cómo los castores construyen represas que transforman su alrededor. Chris y Martin miran a el constructor de la naturaleza, el castor.

Swimming Like a Fish

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Join Chris and Martin to learn about the world of fish that live below the surface of a body of water, such as a lake! Viewers learn about the sunfish family and that they got their name because of their bright stomachs. They also explore the largest member of the sunfish family — the bass!

Tough as a Badger!

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Join Chris and Martin as they fine one of the toughest animals in Africa — the badger! Viewers learn that the honey badger will stand up to animals much larger than they are, including hyenas, cheetahs, and mountain lions.

Deep Diver

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Get a snapshot of the characteristics of the Sperm whale, the loudest animal in the world! Viewers learn that the Sperm whale can dive deeper than any other whale, has flexible ribs that can fold under intense pressure, and have a thick layer of skin to keep them warm. They also use echolocation to get a sound picture of what is around them in the ocean!

Do the Lizard Walk

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Join Chris and Martin and learn about an amazing creature that can walk on water — the Basilisk lizard! The Kratt brothers explain that because of the large surface area of the Basilisk's feet, they are able to run on water. They can also hold their breath for up to 30 minutes under water!

Octopus Power!

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Join Chris and Martin as they visit a Giant Pacific octopus and learn all about their amazing creature powers! Viewers learn about the strength of the suction cups on the tentacles, their arm regeneration, and incredible camouflage powers!

Being Bass

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Watch as Martin experiences firsthand what it is like to be a largemouth bass! Viewers learn that the large mouth bass will hide in the weeds so that they can see their prey (but not vice versa) before they attack, and that the smell and sound of their prey puts them into a hunting trance.

Eatin’ T-Devil Style

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Discover the amazing teeth and jaw strength of the Tasmanian devil as Chris and Martin watch one t-devil break right through a bone to get to the bone marrow within, which is very healthy for the animals. Viewers also learn that the t-devil's teeth are continually growing because of all of the wear and tear put on them from the hard material that they chew through.

Migrating Monarchs

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Learn about the way that Monarch butterflies prepare to cross big bodies of water during their journey south for the winter, as well as ways that you can help them! Chris and Martin teach viewers that before crossing a big lake, the Monarchs sleep in the trees surrounding the lake to rest their bodies, eat nectar to fuel up, and check the wind to see if it will help them to fly south! Viewers also learn that they can help Monarch butterflies by planting butterfly gardens in their backyard, giving them a place to fuel up during their journey, as well as tagging the butterflies so that scientists can track their journey!

Saving Worms and Making Dirt

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See how you can help worms to survive when they are stuck in the sun by putting them back in the soil. Also, expand your knowledge of the role that worms play in the environment through the power of composting. Viewers learn that worms are great soil farmers and have the power to breakdown food scraps and turn them into more soil.

Mom of a Croc

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Come along with Chris and Martin for a glimpse inside a developing crocoldile nest and learn about the maternal care of a mother croc for her babies! Viewers learn that in addition to being a predator to many, crocodiles have a strong maternal side, leading them to be very protective of their nests and young. The brothers also share crocodile facts such as the fact that whether the croc grows into a male or a female is dependent on the temperature of the nest in which they develop before they are born!

Mystery of the Weird Looking Walrus

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Come along with Chris and Martin as they explore the idea that animals look the way that they do for reasons important to their livelihood! The brothers take a look at the funny looking walrus and find that they look the way they do because of where they live, what they eat, and how they get it! Viewers learn that their blubbery bodies allow them to search for food in cold water, their tusks and whiskers allow them to drag through the mud at the bottom of the ocean and feel for clams, and their big lipped mouths allow them to suck the clams out of their shells.

Voyage of the Butterflier XT

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Join Chris and Martin for an exclusive perspective of Monarch butterflies and the different phases of their lifecycle! Viewers learn about the development of Monarch butterflies as they transform from caterpillars to butterflies, the long journey they take to prepare for winter hibernation, and the unique defense that they have against predators just because of the way that they look! The Kratt brothers explain that Monarchs take the longest journey of any insect in North America, traveling over 3000 miles to Mexico for four months of hibernation!

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