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Biology of Animals DVD

In the Womb: Extreme Animals DVD-R
In the Womb: Extreme Animals DVD-R
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Category: DVDs/Science and Space/Biology and Evolution

In the latest installment of the critically acclaimed In the Womb series, In the Womb: Extreme Animals explores the extraordinary methods of reproduction and gestation of four different animals: sharks, emperor penguins, red kangaroos and parasitic wasps. Using real-time 4-D ultrasound images and fetal imaging techniques, this program follows unusual developmental challenges in utero.


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Yellowstone Winter DVD Exclusive
Yellowstone Winter DVD Exclusive
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Category: DVDs/Animals and Nature/Animals and Wildlife

With the brutal extremes of winter looming, naturalist Casey Anderson says good-bye to his grizzly bear companion Brutus, and treks deep into Yellowstone's backcountry to experience the park like most visitors never will. Casey braves severe cold, snowstorms and dangerous animal encounters as he explores how the park's diverse wildlife prepares for a long, harsh winter. On his more than 40-mile journey, Casey tracks the notoriously elusive mountain lion and follows wild grizzlies as they hunt for food to carry them through hibernation. Casey also heads to a cutting-edge research facility where scientists are gaining new insight into the biology behind animals' seasonal changes. Here, Casey wakes a hibernating grizzly bear, holds a bear's brain in his hands, and tests his balance in a contest with bighorn sheep.


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Dinomorphosis DVD-R
Dinomorphosis DVD-R
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Category: DVDs/Science and Space/Biology and Evolution

Fuzzy babies. Stay-at-home dads. Flamboyant feathers. Exactly what you think when you hear the words T-Rex, right? If not, then think again.


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How Human Are You? DVD-R
How Human Are You? DVD-R
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Humans pride themselves on being the most intelligent species on earth, but many of our base behaviors are the same as a pack of dogs, a flock of geese—even seahorses. No matter how civilized we think we are, animal behaviors influence everything we do.


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