Animal Atlas

Animal Atlas

Creepy Creatures

DVD - 2010
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Come tour the world with Animal Atlas and discover how animals survive and thrive. Visit every continent and dive through the sea to meet all Earth's animals, from A to Zebra. Jut spin the globe! Includes: The Scary Creatures; Skeletons; and Bats in the Belfry.
Publisher: [Dallas, TX] : Distributed by NCircle Entertainment, 2010.
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (ca. 70 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Alternative Title: Creepy creatures

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Derringer
Jun 16, 2016

Professionally presented through "Animal Atlas" Productions - This first-rate TV series is specifically aimed at giving youngsters a clear and concise understanding of all the many bizarre, diverse, and fascinating creatures who inhabit our planet, Earth.

Through lots of excellent photography, along with plenty of educational facts - Animal Atlas offers the curious child a real close-up look at the animal kingdom. This is a world which they would, probably, otherwise not get a chance to see.

The 3 episodes featured on this DVD are collectively called "Creepy Creatures". Here such awesome (and, yes, scary) critters, like scorpions, spiders and bats are presented to your child with a clear explanation of the diverse habits (hunting, feeding, communicating) of these animals in their day-to-day lives.

(*Watch video*)

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KingKongKool
Jun 15, 2016

If you have an inquisitive youngster who is forever wanting to know all about the many different animals of the world, then, I think that this informative DVD from TV's "Animal Atlas" is sure to satisfy that curious, little tyke, giving him/her all of the answers in the shortest period of time.

Excellently photographed in vivid, living colour (and offering very educational narration) - These 3, half-hour episodes titled "Creepy Creatures" focuses in on the more scary side of the animal kingdom where the likes of spiders, snakes and bats abound.

There's also an interesting segment devoted solely to animal skeletons which is sure to pique your child's curiosity even more.

(*Be sure to watch the fascinating video about vampires bats included here*)

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