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CLIP 12639

Animal bodies - what do they feel like?

Animal bodies - what do they feel like?

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Key Info
  • Animal bodies - what do they feel like?
  • Duration: 04:06
  • Different animals have different types of skin - some are rough, and some are smooth; some are slimy and some are spiky. Porcupines and hedgehogs have spikes for protection; snakes can have rough scales to make noises; slugs and snails are slimy to help them move; and tortoises have hard shells for protection. First broadcast as part of the CBeebies series Our Planet.
  • Subject:



    Variation and Classification

  • Keywords: dolphins, skin, smooth, rough, spiky, saw-scaled viper, elephant, porcupine, hedgehog, snail, slug, tortoises, jellyfish, sea otter, touch, ourplanet
Ideas for use in class
  • As part of a topic on animals, our senses (touch) or variation.
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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