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Why, where and how animals catch food; animals with large appetites.
The care and feeding of babies; raising and training the young; the care animals give their young; similarities of humans and animals
Big cats are observed for their hunting skills; keen vision and hearing; various species of cats; tails, whiskers and claws.
Old and New World monkeys; individuality of species; noses, tails and behavior.
Bear activities; grizzlies; polar bears; survival habitats.
Studying elephants' emotions; the behaviors of Asiatic and African pachyderms; how they raise their young and care for their elderly.
Animals move from one place to another in diverse ways.
Animals' diverse physical characteristics serve purposes.
Apes' social structures, family units and humanlike characteristics.
Surprising facts about the natures and temperaments of the rhinoceros.
The world of sea mammals; dolphins, killer whales and sea lions; mammals adapt to life above and below the water.
The world of herbivores and the carnivores who would like to eat them.
The majestic species that roam the African grasslands.
Animals use their senses for survival.
Nests, diets and mode of flight of storks, egrets, herons and condors.
Camouflage helps animals with self-protection and hunters with disguise.
Wild animals must be able to defend themselves or others will kill them.
Domestic farm animals are both companions and food sources for people for many years.
The reputation and the reality of wolves.
Fascinating and frightening sea creatures.
The world of the fish below and the seabirds above the shoreline.