This video from NATURE explores how three distinctive animals in Cuba--the smallest bird in the world, the smallest frog in the Northern hemisphere, and the country’s famous painted snails--interact with Cuba's wildlife and ecosystems.
In this lesson, students use segments from the NATURE episode "Salmon: Running the Gauntlet" to explore ways in which humans have impacted salmon populations.
In this lesson, using video segments from the NATURE episode “A Murder of Crows,” students will explore different aspects of animal intelligence, with a focus on crows. Students will also examine the process of scientific investigation, and how conducting experiments contributes to knowledge and an understanding of animal intelligence.
This lesson, using video from NATURE's Hummingbirds: Magic in the Air, is comprised of four mini-lesson plans – each designed to be completed in one class period – introducing and explaining four different concepts found in the high school physics curriculum.
Produced by THIRTEEN ©2014 THIRTEEN Productions LLC. All rights reserved.
PBS is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization.