Xploration Animal Science

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How can a cheetah run 60 miles/hour? Why does a blue whale consume 1.5 billion calories (7,000 pounds of food) per day? These are the types of questions explored on Xploration Animal Science, an entertaining and unique half hour animal series nominated for a daytime Emmy award. It doesn't just display animal behavior, it tells you why and how animals behave as they do.

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Episodes (13)

  1. 1. Xploration Animal Science: The Animals of South America
    September 13, 2014
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    Today we are hopping down to South America to check out some of the coolest creatures on Earth. Animals featured include the parrot, the sea lion, the tapir, the iguana, and more!
  2. 2. Xploration Animal Science: Creatures of North America
    September 20, 2014
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    Did you know a beavers teeth never stop growing and that it can use them to build dams big enough to see from outer space? A flock of canada geese can migrate 1500 miles in a single day. Plus, the Bison can move 40 mph!
  3. 3. Xploration Animal Science: Europe's Coolest Creatures
    September 27, 2014
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    A Mongoose has a built in defense system against certain types of snake venom. The Octopus is the smartest invertebrate in the sea, with brain cells in its tentacles. Plus, how did Flamingos get such bright and colorful feathers?
  4. 4. Xploration Animal Science: Asia's Coolest Creatures
    October 4, 2014
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    Find out the difference between the Asian Elephant vs African Elephant. Also, why do ancient dogs that come from china looklike lions? Plus the potbelly pig is three times smaller than a normal pig - find out why!
  5. 5. Xploration Animal Science: Animals of the Land and Sea
    October 11, 2014
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    An Elephant seals nose inflates to amplify its roar, which can be heard up to a mile away! Plus, african wild dog have one of the most powerful bite forces on Earth! Giant ant eaters w/o teeth have 2 foot long tongues and can eat 30k insects per day!
  6. 6. Xploration Animal Science: Extreme Animals
    October 18, 2014
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    Alligators mouth is filled with 80 teeth and can chomp down with 2000 pounds of force. Plus mountain goats unique hoofs help navigate worlds roughest terrain. And dogs can be 100 thousand times more sensitive to odors than humans which can save lives!
  7. 7. Xploration Animal Science: How Animals Survive
    October 25, 2014
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    There are 37 species of fox. Why does the fennec look like yoda? Harbor seals are found washed up on shore - the reason for their injuries will astound you. Plus, the age old question - do sharks really need to swim continuosly in order to stay alive?
  8. 8. Xploration Animal Science: The Siberian Tiger
    January 1, 2014
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    The Siberian tiger is the biggest cat in the World. It takes down large prey with its 5 inch long canine teeth. And the American badgers sharp front claws make it one of the best burrowers. Plus toads undergo one of the most amazing transformations!
  9. 9. Xploration Animal Science: Animals That Amaze
    January 1, 2014
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    Vultures can devour a carcass within minutes thanks to super strong stomach acid and immunity to deadly bacteria. Plus the cicada makes the loudest sound in the insect world - up to 100 decibels. Also learn of chimpmunks freakishly flexible cheek pouches!
  10. 10. Xploration Animal Science: Surprisingly Dangerous
    January 1, 2014
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    The raven is no bird brain. Its considered one of the smartest animals on the planet! The fox turtle can completely disappear inside its shell when threatened. The lionfish has become one of the most invasive and destructive species in the Atlantic Ocean!
  11. 11. Xploration Animal Science: Poisionous Pufferfish
    January 1, 2014
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    The pufferfish is poisonous and if eaten by a human, the venom can affect one's diaphragm and can cause death by suffocation. And, in just 5 seconds, the hummingbird can flap its wings 350 times. Plus, the importance of the elephant in the Serengeti.
  12. 12. Xploration Animal Science: Animals with Super Senses
    January 1, 2014
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    Prairie dogs have their own language and one of the most complex communications in the animal kingdom. Plus an owls hearing can pick up a heartbeat over 100 feet away. And leaf cutter ants slice through foliage with jaws that vibrate 1000 times/second!
  13. 13. Xploration Animal Science: Keystone Species
    January 1, 2014
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    The siamang is no ordinary ape, its arms are longer than its legs and can swing 30 feet in a single bound! And the male wood duck is one of the most colorful creatures on Earth. Wonder why? The tamandua uses a secret weapon to slurp up 10000 insects/day!

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