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All about animals: bundles of babies
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Amazon.com (ISBN 0792257324, VHS Tape)Kodiak bear cubs learn to fish, springbuck fawns learn to walk, and baby alligators hatch from their eggs--all to information-packed rhyming couplets. The puppet trio of bush baby, honeypossum, and cerebral chameleon introduce many of the segments from their shared perch 67 feet above the ground. Francisco Flamingo, an animated bird with a calypso flair, helps out by introducing animals with names beginning with b and by leading viewers in an animal-themed count to 10, in this half-hour installment of the National Geographic Kids collection aimed specifically at preschoolers. Children learn that mudskippers are fish who spend part of their day above sea level and that daddy seahorses have the honor of getting pregnant (for a whopping four weeks), while also getting an earful of "animal doo-wop" and the Nutcracker Suite. Animal lovers will lap this up, but their less-obsessed siblings and friends will enjoy this entertaining series as well. (Ages 2-5) --Kimberly Heinrichs
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Why do some baby animals hatch - and others don't. Bundles of babies takes young viewers into the exciting world of baby animals where they'll go face-to-face with baby turtles, penguin chicks, and bear cubs.
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