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NASASciFiles - The Case of The Zany Animal Antics

NASA Sci Files video containing four segments as described below. In the first segment of the Case of the Zany Animal Antics, the tree house detectives learn about the animal kingdom and how animals are classified. In the second segment of the Case of the Zany Animal Antics, the tree house detectives learn about animals' basic needs, the food chain, reproduction and why animals migrate. In the third segment of the Case of the Zany Animal Antics the tree house detectives simulate population growth with an experiment and learn how to estimate populations with random sampling from a NASA explorer school. In the last part of the Animal Populations and Habitats segment the tree house detectives learn what makes up a good habitat. In the fourth segment of the Case of the Zany Animal Antics the tree house detectives learn about endangered species, the levels of endangerment, the number of species current classified as endangered and how endangered animals are rescued and rehabilitated.                                               
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Video Information
Year: 2005
Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA SciFiles; The Zany Animal Antics; Animal Kingdom; Kingdom; Phylum; Class; Order;Family; Genus; Species; Classification; Dichotomous Key; Bioluminescent; Endoskeleton; Ectotherms; Fish; Amphibians; Metamorphos; Reptiles; Birds; Mammals; Food Chain; Consumers; Herbivores; Carnivores; Food Web; Migration; Migration Patterns; DNA; Mitosis; Meiosis; Zygote; Reproduction; Student Activity; Bats; Population; Random Sample; Endangered Species; Bald Eagle; Levels of Endangerment;
Duration: 00:59:03
Color: Yes
Sound: Yes
Amount of Motion: Low
Language: English
Sponsor: NASA
Contributing Organization: NASA
Transcript Available: Yes

Digitization Information
Digitization Date: 2005
Digitizing Organization: Open Video

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