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Animal movement (no narration)
Animal movement (no narration)

Duration: 00:41

A short compilation of images related to animal movement and growth, including humans, mammals, birds, crustaceans, insects, molluscs, reptiles and fish.

 
How do different animals move?
How do different animals move?

Duration: 03:57

Look at a variety of animal movements - hopping, jumping, and skipping.

 
Invertebrate skeletons
Invertebrate skeletons

Duration: 00:39

The skeletons of some animals - invertebrates - are on the outside of their bodies. When the animal grows it must shed the old skeleton and grow a new one.

 
Muscles and movement
Muscles and movement

Duration: 01:55

Skeletons can be remarkably flexible but muscles are needed to move them. The muscles work in pairs to allow for smooth movement.

 
Muscles used in judo training
Muscles used in judo training

Duration: 02:01

Judo players use all their muscles and need to be very strong and flexible. When we exercise our lungs need to take in more air for our muscles to work.

 
The animal skeleton
The animal skeleton

Duration: 01:58

An introduction to the skeleton of humans and other animals.

 
The skeleton of a fish
The skeleton of a fish

Duration: 00:33

A look at a fish skeleton and its role in protecting the delicate organs of the fish.

 

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