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Wild Venezuela: Strategies for Animal Survival I (2002)

Episode 7
Only available in Canada, United States
22:51
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Camouflage, inaccessibility, poison, flight, symbiosis, parasitism, hideaways, shields, forming groups, fleeing, spikes and knives, alarm calls, bright colors, distinctive smells, imitation, attack and defense, adapting to the night, adapting to man – these are the complex mosaic of survival strategies developed by animals to assure their survival in nature. All animal species are continually changing, both in their physical appearance and their behavior. Those species that survive do so because during their long evolutionary process they have perfected certain strategies that permit them to develop successfully in their environment.

Rod Charlebois
Carlo Ferraro
English

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