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Mammals: Canids to Sheep Video

Video title: Mammals - Canids through Sheep Part 1

Watch this video entitled Mammals: Canids to Sheep Part 1. Discover the habitats, diet, characteristics, organization, behavior of selected mammalian species

Part 1 of this 2-part online educational video introduces the animal kingdom from the order Carnivora, the meat eaters, to the order Artiodactyla, the ungulates. You will also study and learn about dogs, bears, giant pandas, jaguars, seals, elephants, horses, camels, deer, moose, bison, sheep, and much more.


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Mammals: Canids to Sheep Video. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • Traits of Mammals. Learn about Mammals from Canids to Sheep. Cite the scientific names of mammalian families within six orders and identify mammalian species belonging to each of those families.
  • Gain an introduction to, and examine the biological characteristics of elephants, walruses, seals, sea lions, sea otters, foxes, skunks, badgers, wolverines, raccoons, hyenas, cattle, sheep, goats, antelopes, aardvarks, manatees, rhinos, horses, zebras, lions, tigers, water buffaloes, bison, yaks, giraffes, camels, llamas, moose, white-tailed deer, caribou, wild boars, pigs, hippos, wolves, and bears.
  • Describe the habitats of selected mammalian species and discuss the diet, physical characteristics, and social organization and behavior of selected species.
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