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The mysteries of ocean ecology are evident in the annual spawning of coral, the molting of lobsters, the feeding habits of sharks and cuttlefish, and the deadly attacks of squid. Live-action footage captures opalescent squid as they lay their eggs then die in vast numbers. These are ...
The natural world is filled with "moments of impact" -- the split seconds when animals come into contact with one another and the world around them. Previously many of these moments were too fast or too hidden for us to see. But now new camera technologies reveal what's behind these remarkable ...
One of Biology's key themes is that form, or body structure, in living things fits each one's function. This helps explain the "beauty," or adaptive success, of so-called "ugly" animals in nature. If we see ugly animals in light of how well they have adapted to their niches or environments, ...
This series introduces young children to the ways baby animals learn and adapt. A warm narrator, who sees the humor and the struggle that arriving and surviving in the world requires, depicts how newborn animals around the world move, play, hunt, feed, clean and protect themselves. Two animals ...
This program introduces the members of the order Hymenoptera, which have a characteristic slim shape and two pairs of jointed, membranous wings. Distinctions are made between social insects, such as bees, wasps, and ants, and solitary Hymenopterans, such as carpenter bees and ichneumon ...
This program explores the characteristics of body structure, locomotion, mating, habitat adaptation, and other features that cause scientists to classify animals in biological groups. Worldwide, live-action location footage alternates with clear close-ups and captions that reveal the ...
Examines water's crucial role in sustaining life on earth. Looks at the oceans in relation to temperature stability, the water cycle and the exchange of nutrients, oxygen and carbon dioxide between plants and animals. Even organisms on land carry an internal "ocean."
Learn the core topics in biology aligned with key science objectives while singing rap and Hip- Hop like the famous "Bones Rap". The 26 part series covers the high school curriculum from lab safety, cell structure, DNA and genetics all the way through human biology. Each program features ...
Algae have sustained life on this planet since they were first modified by the atmosphere with photosynthetic by-products over two and a half billion years ago. From the microscopic to giant seaweeds, over 30,000 different forms exist today. In this program researchers ...
Live-action footage introduces several species of bony flatfish, including turbot, brill, sole, and plaice. These side-swimmers are shown camouflaging themselves on the ocean floor. The stingray provides a transition to the symmetrical cartilaginous fishes with gill slits. The cameras move ...

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