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Life Goes On: Enhanced Video Resource

In this video segment from Nature: “Radioactive Wolves”, biologists monitor how several animal species have been affected by long-term radiation exposure in the “Exclusion Zone” surrounding the site of the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster.

Oct 3rd, 2012 | Comments

From Wilderness, to Wilderness: Enhanced Video Resource

This video segment from Nature: “Radioactive Wolves” examines the evolution of part of the Pripyat Marshes under Soviet rule from wetland wilderness to agricultural and nuclear powerhouse and back again in the wake of the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster.

Oct 3rd, 2012 | Comments

Raccoons Gone Wild: Enhanced Video Resource

This video resource explores how thousands of raccoons ended up in Japan and the dangers they pose to sacred temples and shrines.

Sep 28th, 2012 | Comments

An Imprinting Experiment: Enhanced Video Resource

This video resource explores how Joe Hutto, a wildlife artist and naturalist, became a parent to 16 wild turkeys by having them imprint onto him.

Sep 18th, 2012 | Comments

Turkey Talk: Enhanced Video Resource

This video resource explores the ways in which wild turkeys communicate.

Aug 24th, 2012 | Comments

Basic Instincts: Enhanced Video Resource

This video resource explores the knowledge wild turkeys have about the world around them.

Aug 24th, 2012 | Comments

Interdependence in the Ecosystem: Enhanced Video Resource

This video explores the critical role of salmon in an ecosystem, as well as efforts to reintroduce salmon nutrients into streams.

Dec 9th, 2011 | Comments

The Lifecycle of Salmon: Enhanced Video Resource

This video from NATURE explores the life and death of wild salmon in the Pacific Northwest.

Dec 9th, 2011 | Comments

Feasting on the Salmon Run: Enhanced Video Resource

This video segment focuses on the annual “salmon run,” when brown bears descend on Alaska’s rivers to fish.

Dec 2nd, 2011 | Comments
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