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Animals use their claws, horns, teeth and other body parts to protect themselves and to go on the offensive.
Flocks, swarms and schools of animals; benefits of traveling in a group.
Long Live Animals
What it means to grow old in the animal world; animals with long lives.
Animal superheroes are fast, powerful and can leap tall trees in a single bound.
The crocodile; the shark; the anaconda.
What's So Special?
Some animals really stand out from other living things.
An animal's life has many stages.
Beat the Heat
What animals do when the temperature rises; hippos cool off in the mud; wolves dig dens.
Exceptions to the Rules
Animals who break the rules.
How animals move; swinging monkeys; hopping kangaroos.
Old World/New World
New World monkeys; crossing a land bridge from the New World to the Old World by camel; running races with an Old World horse.
Unique creatures live the island life.
The Good Life
The history and modern conveniences of zoos.
The Benefits of Being Wet
The underwater lives of dolphins and fish, including sharks.
Language Without Words
Animals communicate with one another.
Predator, Meet Prey
Running with antelopes, chasing with cheetahs, and eating with lions.
Converging on an Idea
Bats and birds; pronghorns and antelopes; American vultures and African vultures.
Walruses, sea otters and elephant seals.
Full Body Armor
Clams, snails, turtles, etc., use shells for protection.
Lions; jaguars; leopards; tigers.
Horns, Antlers, Teeth and Tusks
Many animals are well-equipped for a predatory world.
Wet in the Wild
Animals of all shapes and sizes get wet or stay dry.
Show Me Some Backbone
Vertebrates have spinal columns.
Taming the Wild
How wild animals have been tamed over time; birds; animals raised for food; horses as a mode of transportation.
The Cat's Meow
Cats of all shapes and sizes; how they walk; the lion's roar; their extraordinary senses.
Hungry as a Bear
The polar bear; the giant panda; the sun bear; the spectacled bear; the black bear; the brown bear.
Physical traits relate to what an animal eats; the roseate spoonbill; the gharial.
Tangled in the Food Web
Who eats what; predators and prey.
Animals' physical adaptations help them to fit in with their environments; koalas; polar bears; armadillos.
Flight birds and bats; the water-walking basilisk lizard and the jacana; echolocation of dolphins, bats and whales.
What's for Dinner?
Animals have a wide array of food preferences and dietary needs.
Mothers raise families of young mammals.
The extreme strength of the rhinoceros beetle; the sheer size of the African elephant; the enormous mouth of the whale shark.
Jawed vertebrates: cartilaginous fish, bony fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals.
The Way We Move
Animals of all sorts travel in many ways.
Mammals and Us
Humans; characteristics of mammals; whether humans are animals.
The Social Side of Wildlife
Amazing animal societies; communal river-otters; solitary falcons.
Modern birds are related to dinosaurs.
Winged animals include birds and butterflies.
To Tell the Truth
Myths, misconceptions and mysteries are revealed; the leafy sea dragon; the sea cucumber.
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