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Video: Kids as Experts - How Tree Decomposition Affects Your Local Ecosystem
Young naturalist, Liam, explains the life cycle using a fallen tree in his local forest habitat.
Rainforest Rivers: Highways of Life
Many people depend on streets, roads, and highways to get back and forth to the places they need to go. But what about people who.
Raptors: Hawks and Owls
Every class of animals boasts their own "apex predator," an animal at or near the top of the food chain. When you think of these predators.
Climbing High: The Liana Vines of the Rainforest
Twisty, turning, curvy and climbing--those are just a few ways to describe vines that grow in the rainforest. But check this out.
Camouflage: Hiding in Plain Sight
The word camouflage comes from the French word camoflet, which means "to disguise." To use camouflage or to be camouflaged, is the process o
Look, But Don't Touch! The Sensitive Plant
One of the world’s more curious, and popular, plants originated in the rainforests of Brazil. Known as the “Sensitive Plant” for its unusual leaves.
What if you woke up one morning with the power to lift things much bigger than you or you could fly.
Dating Rainforest Trees
Have you ever stopped to think about how old the trees in your backyard are? How about trees in a city park or a national forest.
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