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Treetop Creature Adventure | Wild Kratts

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Join the Kratt brothers as they explore with tarsier creature powers. When Chris and Martin Kratt check on some Philippine eagle eggs using their tarsier creature powers, they discover that the eggs' protective, monkey-eating father is nearby! The guys must use their tree-climbing tarsier powers to escape the hungry eagle before they become a bite-sized snack!

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.

Make a Web! - Wild Kratts | PBS KIDS Lab

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Use this video to teach children how spiders make their webs, the types of silk they spin, and how they capture prey. Chris and Martin show us how to build a spider's web while talking about all the different kinds of spider silk.

Utiliza este vídeo par enseñar a niños cómo las arañas hacen sus telas, los tipos de seda que giran, y cómo capturan presa. Chris y Martin nos muestran cómo crear una tela de araña, mientras hablan de diferentes tipos de telaraña.

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 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.

Laying Eggs | Wild Kratts

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In this clip from Wild Kratts: Hero's Journey, Hero finally builds her nest and lays her eggs, paving the way for the next generation of salmon. The Wild Kratts team then learns why her journey must end here.

Trouble with the Tortuga | Wild Kratts

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Learn about the engineering features of the Tortuga with the Wild Kratts gang. As the guys describe the cool camouflage features of the Tortuga, Aviva becomes frustrated that the Tortuga is missing some cool underwater features.

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!

Taking a Break | Wild Kratts

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Chris and Martin take a break at a tree trunk -- only to discover they were actually leaning against a giraffe! In this clip from Wild Kratts, learn about how a giraffe's neck is six feet long, allowing them to eat the leaves of the tall acacia tree. Their tongues are also tough enough to withstand the thorny branches. Finally, the patterns on the giraffe allows it to blend into the landscape, making it harder to spot for predators -- and unsuspecting Kratt brothers! 

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.

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