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CRABS AND BARNACLES: AN INTRODUCTION TO MARINE ARTHROPODS

crabs and barnacles DVDA unique DVD with 3 separate sets of age appropriate movies for high school, middle school and primary school audiences.

The DVD introduces the diversity of crabs and barnacles that live on our water covered planet. In doing so, it first introduces the Arthropods and outlines the common characteristics of this highly successful group. Details are provided about crustaceans and where crabs and barnacles fit. Addresses crab and barnacle: characteristics, life cycles, growth though molting and economic and environmental roles. Highly Recommended by Video Librarian.

 

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Oceans of learning DVDEarthwise Media creates and distributes environmental learning tools. Its movies and other products are designed to stimulate curiosity and understanding about our natural environment with a focus of introducing key environmental concepts and vocabularies. The products are suitable for use in both the classroom and at home. Earthwise Media supports teachers by providing royalty free stock images to meet non-commercial classroom needs.

 

 

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