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Ho, ho, ho! Who knew Santa was an amateur biologist? National Geographic, that's who. Jolly old St. Nick takes time out of his busy day to answer kids' questions (included in their wish-list letters) about winter animals in this delightful video. He sets the record straight on which pole the penguins live at (South) and slips in some real information while showing footage of frolicking otters, clam-eating walruses, and migrating reindeer. To keep with the Christmas theme, old carols are given a winter-animal-flavored twist. "A Partridge in a Pear Tree" becomes "A Panda in a Tall Tree," and swimming birds called mers propel themselves deep into icy waters accompanied by The Nutcracker Suite. This tape is more flexible in theme than many holiday videos--you can get it out early and keep it out late, or simply give it a permanent place on the kids' video shelf for year-round viewing. --Kimberly Heinrichs

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:21:08 -0400)

Combines wildlife footage with holiday tunes to tell about arctic animals.

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