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This educational series takes viewers on a journey around the world to meet all kinds of animals, from the familiar to the not-so-familiar. Animal Atlas teaches viewers about the animals' lives, histories and adaptations that allow them to survive in their environment. Whether it's visiting monkeys or heading underwater for a look at mammals that live in the ocean, Animal Atlas brings animals from around the globe into viewers' homes for an up-close look at how the animals live.
Vertebrates have spinal columns.
Animals of all shapes and sizes get wet or stay dry.
Many animals are well-equipped for a predatory world.
Lions; jaguars; leopards; tigers.
Clams, snails, turtles, etc., use shells for protection.
Walruses, sea otters and elephant seals.
Bats and birds; pronghorns and antelopes; American vultures and African vultures.
Running with antelopes, chasing with cheetahs, and eating with lions.
Animals communicate with one another.
The underwater lives of dolphins and fish, including sharks.
The history and modern conveniences of zoos.
Unique creatures live the island life.
New World monkeys; crossing a land bridge from the New World to the Old World by camel; running races with an Old World horse.
How animals move; swinging monkeys; hopping kangaroos.
Animals who break the rules
What animals do when the temperature rises; hippos cool off in the mud; wolves dig dens.
An animal's life has many stages.
Some animals really stand out from other living things.
The crocodile; the shark; the anaconda.
Animal superheroes are fast, powerful and can leap tall trees in a single bound.
What it means to grow old in the animal world; animals with long lives.
Flocks, swarms and schools of animals; benefits of traveling in a group.
Animals use their claws, horns, teeth and other body parts to protect themselves and to go on the offensive.
How animals are named.
Hunting like a lion; catching rays with an alligator; eating like a horse
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