Chip Taylor Communications

Subject: Science: Natural & Physical

Animal Safari for Children Series

"Highly Recommended.This is an exemplary series, showing some of Africa's most common wild animals. The narrator's gentle voice and the straight-forward yet informative script will appeal to young children." -NAMTC/NMM Review
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African Animals 1: Lion; Elephant; Flamingo

African Animals 1: Lion; Elephant; Flamingo

Lion - The lion, known as the "King of Beasts," has a splendid mane and lives in Africa in the tall grasses of the savannah. Lions spend most of the day resting in the shade. The female lion hunts during the night and brings her catch back to the family. A lion eats every 2-3 days and eats only meat. Elephant - The elephant is the largest animal on land; it lives in groups, like families. An elephant's trunk is made up of its nose and upper lip that have grown long and come together. Elephants use their trunks like hands, to grasp grass to eat, and to bring water to their mouths to drink. Flamingo - The Flamingo is a large, pink bird with long legs that spends the whole day wading in lakes. A flamingo's feet are large and webbed so they don't sink in the mud; this also helps a flamingo swim better. Flamingos gather small fish by taking water into their beaks; then eat the fish and let the water out. Sometimes flamingos sleep standing on one leg with their head tucked into their feathers to keep warm. 05/09DE PI 22 min.
Also See: The Elephant's Child; Just So Stories 1: Elephant; Rhino; Armadillos (Animated)

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