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CLIP 2244

Adaptation: how do humans differ from other animals? (no narration)

Adaptation: how do humans differ from other animals? (no narration)
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Key Info
  • Adaptation: how do humans differ from other animals? (no narration)
  • Duration: 01:42
  • How do humans differ from other animals, and what can humans do which animals cannot? Various animals and a girl are playing with a ball, when the ball bounces down a hole. The animals try to get it out but they don't succeed. The girl saves the day by using her hand, which is designed to grab, pick and hold things up. Animation.
  • Subject:

    Science

       Topic:

    Living Things in their Environments: Adaptation

  • Keywords: human features, adaptation, differences, compare, comparison
Ideas for use in class
  • In pairs children could discuss what humans can do which animals cannot. Why and why not?
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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