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What to know: What a delightful show showing someof nature's smallest critters.
Recommended age 7-18
60 minutes
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The world has some amazing animals, both big and small. This film shows how amazing some of nature's smallest creatures can be. These little creatures have to adapt and have super amazing survival skills. This film is educational and entertaining. I learned so many amazing facts about creatures such as the hermit crab and a hop less toad that can't hop, but can bounce out of danger. I enjoyed learning amazing facts about how these smallest creatures survive in a world surrounded with creatures so much bigger than they are. One of my favorite parts was learning about the hermit crabs on an Island in the Caribbean. They live in abandoned seashells and move into bigger seashells as they grow bigger. The photography is amazing and I love the variety of different creatures shown. I recommend this DVD for ages 7 to 18 as well as adults. I give it 5 stars out of 5 stars. Reviewed by Denise B., KIDS FIRST! Juror.
What happens if you re the little guy in a big bad world? This film tells the epic survival stories of the world's smallest animals. To make a living, these tiny heroes have evolved extraordinary skills and achieved mind-boggling feats. From nature's greatest artist to the tiny creatures that provide us with so much of the air we breathe, we discover what it takes to be a miniature miracle.
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