Andy's Baby Animals

November 2018
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February 8, 2017

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Young animals must learn to hide. Andy Day sees how coatis follow mum's tail to safety in the forest. Eider ducks keep a wolf busy while their ducklings find a safe spot. The big-mouth hap is strangest of all - the young fish hide in its mouth. Less
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February 7, 2017

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Andy Day knows that baby animals are great at teamwork. In Africa, young meerkats learn to look out for their mob. Emperor penguins work together to keep their chicks fed and warm. The fry of convict fish stick together in a shoal to fool bigger fish. Less
October 2018
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February 1, 2017

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Andy Day loves the tricks young animals learn. Californian ground squirrels use an old snakeskin to confuse a hungry rattler. The coconut octopus rolls away from trouble in an old shell, while the orchid mantis plays many tricks - even kung fu! Less
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January 31, 2017

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Andy Day knows young animals need to find a drink. Sand grouse chicks in Namibia rely on dad. His feathers are like a sponge! An elephant calf has to learn to drink with a trunk. Ostrich chicks follow mum and dad to find water in the desert. Less
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January 30, 2017

Expired 3.0 3 x
Andy Day knows young animals learn by playing. Polar bear cubs in the arctic and langur monkeys in India all love to play. But gorillas are playtime masters - they climb trees, they roll around and they try to beat their chests like dad! Less
January 2018
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November 18, 2016

4.0 2 x
Andy Day looks at a selection of baby animals as they learn how to get around.
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November 17, 2016

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Andy Day looks at a selection of baby animals as they learn valuable jumping skills.
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November 16, 2016

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Andy Day looks at a selection of baby animals as they learn how to warm up and cool down.
May 2017
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November 24, 2016

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Swimming lessons for young animals with Andy Day.
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November 22, 2016

3.0 4 x
Andy Day sees how young animals get a ride. In Madagascar, ring-tailed lemurs get a piggyback from mum. Kangaroos have a special pouch to hold their babies, while tiny poison-dart frogs carry their tadpoles up into the trees of Central America.
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