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WK325: Back in Creature Time, Part 1 – Go Dodo Go

WK325_Time Trampoline Part 1After lamenting the extinction of different animals in recent history and how they’ll never get to adventure with them, Aviva unveils her greatest invention yet – a time trampoline! The Wild Kratts jump back to the time of the extinct dodo bird, but once there, they run into Gourmand’s ancestor, who has decided dodos are definitely on the menu! Once again, it’s Wild Kratts to the rescue!

Learning Goals: Extinction – animals can go extinct and disappear from the world forever due to a number of reasons, such as habitat loss and over-hunting.

Featured Animals: Dodo

Never Before or Rarely Seen Wildlife Moment: The extinct dodo bird!

 



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