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It’s a Jungle Out There: How Species Survive in the Jungle: Lesson Overview

Using segments from NATURE: "Moment of Impact, Part 2: Jungle," students will learn about skills and features that help species survive in the jungle.

Jun 29th, 2010 | Comments

It’s a Jungle Out There: How Species Survive in the Jungle: Video Segments

These video excerpts from the NATURE episode, “Moment of Impact: Part 2, Jungle" accompany the lesson plan, It’s a Jungle Out There: How Species Survive in the Jungle.

Apr 29th, 2010 | Comments

It’s a Jungle Out There: How Species Survive in the Jungle: Lesson Activities




Apr 29th, 2010 | Comments

Deep Jungle: New Frontiers: Lesson

Discussion questions and more related to NATURE's "Deep Jungle."

Mar 2nd, 2008 | Comments

Deep Jungle: New Frontiers: Introduction

We all have a picture in our mind's eye of what Earth's great jungles look like. But you've never seen tropical forests like this before.

Mar 2nd, 2008 | Comments

Deep Jungle: New Frontiers: Jungle Travel

Ever wonder how creatures get around in the dense forests they call home? Researchers are developing tricks for seeing through the chaos of a tropical forest.

Mar 2nd, 2008 | Comments

Deep Jungle: New Frontiers: Tracking Forest Elephants

Unlike their better-known cousins, the African elephants of the open savannahs, forest elephants are adapted to living in dense woodlands.

Mar 2nd, 2008 | Comments

Deep Jungle: New Frontiers: Jungle Dancers: Kim Bostwick and Manakin Birds

Special high-speed video cameras capture unusual jungle-dwelling birds called manakins using their feathers to produce remarkable rhythmic buzzes and hums.

Mar 2nd, 2008 | Comments
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