Wild Animal Baby Explorers
This series combines loveable 3-D animated characters with high-definition footage of real-life animals to introduce preschoolers to pandas and penguins, bears and butterflies, dolphins and daddy longlegs-and much, much more. Every episode is packed with fascinating facts presented from a child's perspective. The show will not only entertain your child, it will also increase your preschooler's observation, listening, and problem-solving skills.
Wild Animal Baby Explorers Previous Broadcasts
Best Defense/Big Change (Episode #203H)
KQED Plus: Sat, Nov 17, 2012 -- 7:00 AM
Best Defense - While playing a game of soccer, the ball hits Izzy which hurts! He wishes he had a suit of armour and the group wonders what kinds of other animals actually have armour to protect themselves! Big Change - The team goes on an exploration learning about animals that start off as one thing when born and turn out to be something very different when they become adults.
Nothing But The Tooth/Things with Wings (Episode #202H)
KQED Plus: Sat, Nov 3, 2012 -- 7:00 AM
Nothing but the Tooth - The Explorers visit all kinds of different animals and learn how they use their teeth to survive in their unique environments. From Sharks and dolphins, to camels and crocodiles, the explorers even talk about how they use their own teeth. Things with Wings - When playing a game of tag, the gang learns that Izzy can easily get away by flying out of reach. The group wonders if birds are the only animals that can fly, so they go in search of other wildlife that have wings and can fly including some pretty cool insects.
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