2 May 2016

Animal for Kids Channel: Ant [Audio EN]



Learn about different how many ants are estimated to live on Earth, how much weight an ant can carry, how long ants live for and much more.

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Animal for Kids Channel: Bear [Audio EN]



Like human children, bear cubs are extremely playful; and just like human mothers, if things get too rough, mother bears will make them stop to protect them from hurting themselves. 

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29 April 2016

Animal for Kids Channel: Dolphin



Dolphins are one of the most beautiful groups of aquatic mammals. Most dolphin species live in the sea water and can be found in all oceans of the world, and just few species live in the fresh water of Asia and South America. Number of dolphins decreased greatly due to commercial fishing, accidental catch (together with other fish) and because their normal source of food is seriously reduced as a consequence of the global warming. Several dolphin species can become extinct in the near future.

Animal for Kids Channel: Octopus


Octopuses are one of the most interesting sea creatures. Name octopus is derived from a Greek language and it means eight-footed. There are over 200 species of octopuses and all of them live in oceans around the world, usually near the coral reefs. Octopuses are invertebrates, which mean that they are boneless. Because of that, octopus loses its shape when it is pulled out of the water.

28 April 2016

Animal for Kids Channel: Clownfish


Clownfish is a small marine fish which gained worldwide popularity after appearing in the animated movie "Finding Nemo". There are 28 different species of clownfish that inhabit Indian and Pacific oceans, Red Sea and Australian Great Barrier Reef. Clownfish lives in the warm water, near the coral reefs. Biggest threats to the survival of clownfish are pollution of the ocean, overfishing and destruction of their habitat. Luckily, population of clownfish in the wild is still large and stable. These animals are not on the list of endangered species.


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