How Do Animals Do That: Supersonic Owls and Invisible Octopuses

Full Video |20:32

How Do Animals Do That: Supersonic Owls and Invisible Octopuses

Full Video |20:32

Investigates various mysteries of the animal kingdom, such as how owls hunt for prey they cannot see, octopuses take on various disguises, rats proliferate in urban areas, and penguins' feet withstand extreme cold. The program covers sight, hearing, countercurrent exchange, mimicry, predatory advantages, and other fascinating characteristics of animal physiology.

©2019 Animal Planet| Grade(s) 6-8, 9-12

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