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Different adaptations between nocturnal and diurnal animals

Different adaptations between nocturnal and diurnal animals
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Key Info
  • Different adaptations between nocturnal and diurnal animals
  • Duration: 04:09
  • A report about the significant differences and adaptations between nocturnal and diurnal animals. We watch some bats, owls, fishing cats, kookaburra. We hear a lyre bird able to copy the sound of a car alarm, camera and chain saw! First broadcast as part of the CBeebies series Our Planet.
  • Subject:

    Science

       Topic:

    Living Things in their Environments: Adaptation

  • Keywords: nocturnal, night, owl, mice, bats, cats, kookaburra, day, lyre, bird, howler, monkey, adaptation, ourplanet
Ideas for use in class
  • How many different nocturnal and diurnal animals can children name? Children can create a fact file about their chosen animal considering its body, diet, who it is prey for, habitat etc.
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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