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Diagram of the internal view of the female reproductive system. Design modalities for the image include braille with and without labels, print with and without labels in greyscale, color, and texture.
The answers to the age-old question 'What do women want?" just might be found in the animal kingdom. Scientists using unorthodox techniques and the latest technology are probing the mysteries of attraction. Discover how females are shaping the future of their species by choosing the best mates.
Why does everything turn yellow in spring? Pine trees produce yellow pollen every year at this time. This annoying ritual is necessary for pine trees to reproduce. Part of the "Seasonal Science" series.
Researchers from NOAA's National Marine Mammal Lab track the migrating fur seals to understand where they feed in winter months and what marine resources they depend on for survival. It's early November and the team affixes a satellite transmitter to an adult female. They won't see her back on the Pribilof Islands until next July, and they hope the tag will stay on throughout winter and spring. Back at their offices in Seattle, the researchers begin tracking tagged animals via satellites.
A photographic survey of the northwest Hawaiian Islands brings a hidden world into view. Segment of video from Wild Chronicles Series.
Covers these important topics: external anatomy, physical and emotional changes of puberty, health and hygiene, and privacy and safety in female.
Not only can lightning strike twice, but it can also strike the ocean. Individuals must take certain safety measures when surrounded by water during a storm. Part of the "NOAA Ocean Today" series.
Over a thousand dinosaur species once roamed the Earth. Learn which ones were the largest and the smallest, what dinosaurs ate and how they behaved, as well as surprising facts about their extinction.
Man-made debris threatens wildlife's reign over a Hawaiian archipelago. Segment of video from Wild Chronicles Series.
Intended for older female students with special needs. Covers these important topics: external anatomy, physical and emotional changes of puberty, health and hygiene, privacy, and safety.
Frogs have inhabited planet Earth for more than 250 million years. Today, however, all their adaptations and survival tactics are failing them. More than a third of all amphibians--most of which are frogs and toads--have already been lost.
Features a wide variety of video footage, photographs, diagrams and colorful, animated graphics and labels. Begins with a simple definition, and this helps clarify pronunciation and provides opportunities to transfer words from working to long-term memory. Also concludes with a critical thinking question. For this particular clip, students will focus on carnivore.
In this episode, Pele, the youngest female gorilla at Busch Gardens Tampa, is pregnant. But, near the end of her term, the animal care team discovers a dangerous situation developing with her baby. Witness the medical procedures that will hopefully save this baby’s life. Part of The Wildlife Docs series.
Features both male and female students discussing how hormones trigger the new social and emotional changes experienced during puberty. Covers self-esteem, body image, conflicts with parents, desire for independence, development of romantic feelings, bullying, and the need to treat each other with respect.
In this episode, a female gibbon has a health crisis, and the animal care team calls in two specialists to help. See how these human doctors and a family of otters are all a part of the solution. A colony of African penguins moves onto their new state-of-the-art habitat at Busch Gardens Tampa. Part of The Wildlife Docs series.
Highlights the importance of elephants in Indian culture. Shows how they are trained, how people care for them in captivity, how they are represented in culture, and how human needs are affecting their native habitats. Follows a female mahoot (elephant handler) travelling with elephants on the annual summer migration, a three-hundred-mile journey east across northeast India.
Looks at how the male and female bodies are prepared for their task of continuing the human race. Shows the characteristics of sperm and ova and how each contains a partial blueprint for the future offspring. The mechanism of cell division is shown through exceptional microphotography, and the mechanisms of heredity are carefully described. NOTE: Shows some nudity.
Part of the "The Biology Classics" series. Daphnia are small, planktonic crustaceans. Provides a classic study in arthropod behavior and anatomy. Examines the eye, brain, jaws, intestine, legs (with gills), and heart. Identifies two kinds of eggs: those that hatch directly into female daphnia and resistant eggs that carry the species through periods of freezing and drying.
One-third of Costa Rica's land is designated as national parks. One park is home to the capuchin, howler, and spider monkeys, each an endangered species. The three groups have distinct similarities and differences in their habitats, diets, characteristics, and social structures. As scientists study the roles and functions of the female monkeys, they remain fascinated by these animals that are so similar to humans. NOTE: One brief mating scene.
The Druid clan, so-named by scientific researchers, had been one of the largest and most powerful packs of wolves ever studied. When their dominant alpha leaders are killed, their reign over Yellowstone National Park's Lamar Valley comes to a sudden end. But a lone male, who has been courting some of the female juveniles, joins the defeated remnant of the Druids and helps them battle to recover their land.
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Resources to teach younger students about animals
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