Animals

They All Saw a Cat

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The cat walked through the world, with its wiskers, ears, and paws...In this glorious celebration of observation, curiosity, and imagination, we see the many lives of one cat, and how perspective s

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Elementary
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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.

Dinosaur Train | Footprints and Trackways

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In this Dinosaur Train clip, Buddy and Don follow the footprints of different creatures and Dr. Scott the Paleontologist discusses fossilized dinosaur tracks.

Lion Families | Kratts Creatures

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Join the Kratt brothers as they explore one of the most social cats in the world — the lion! The lion pride works together to raise the young cubs, and a lioness can leave her cub and trust that the other lions will take over the maternal role in her absence.

Dances with Birds - Clips | Wild Kratts

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Join Chris and Martin as they explore the habits of some of the greatest dancers in the creature world – the Birds of Paradise. Watch the accompanying clips to join the gang as they uncover some of the greatest dancers in the creature world.

What Comes from an Egg? | Everyday Learning

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Chickens hatch from eggs, but what about other animals? Explore our narrator’s book to learn about a variety of animals from spiders to platypuses that start their lives as eggs.

If I Was a Butterfly

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Learn about the life cycle of the Monarch butterfly, how its body parts work, and the migration patterns they follow each year.

The Human Spark | A Matter of Size

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This video adapted from The Human Spark compares the size of a human brain with the brains of a chimp, a monkey and a rat. Robin Dunbar, from Oxford University, believes that primates have larger brains because of the complexity of the societies they live in.

You at the Zoo | An Inquiry-Based Approach to Science

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The collection of nine student videos, lessons, and resources are designed to address Life Science Standards for grades 3-8 while modeling the scientific inquiry process. A brief description of the video and the corresponding Grade Level Indicator are included with each streaming video.

Bees

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This video segment from WILD TV offers this daring look at bees, an often misunderstood insect. Mace Vaughan, an entomologist or expert on insects, teaches us about how bees swarm, the jobs of the queen and worker bees, how bees communicate with each other, and how the colony survives. Once you are instructed on how to move and act around bees, you won’t be stung. In fact, this video shows bees swarming on a man’s face. It is called a bee beard.

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