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Animal Saving Sam

Meet Sam, a very curious and caring four year old who loves to explore nature. His family describes him as a real scientist who will spend hours outside looking at bugs, flowers and collecting different leaves. He is fascinated with …

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Jenna the Artist

We stopped by to see the debut of Jenna’s art exhibit and were wowed by her creativity and passion for protecting animals. Here's the exclusive interview from this

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Crestwood’s Eco Team Helps Bring Back the Wild™

We have some amazing kids for you to meet; they are the super green Eco Team of Crestwood School! All 89 students of the

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Press Play and Watch Avery’s Turtle Adventure

Avery has big dreams, when asked what he wants to be when he grows up he says “a paleontologist, a film maker and a monster truck driver”.  So

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Introducing Amazing Alice

We caught up with an amazing girl named Alice who is helping to protect the Jefferson Salamander.  This Super Ranger has some inspirational words to share and who

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Keegan’s Big Day

On Saturday morning, when you’re curled up watching cartoons with a big bowl of cheerios, Keegan is likely at the zoo where he takes photographs and draws the

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What makes a platypus so dangerous?

The platypus is a very interesting animal. It has a beak that looks like it belongs to a duck, which it uses to dig up invertebrates from lake

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Insects and the Boreal Forest

Canada's boreal forest is filled with many birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians and even fish. However, if you look reeeeally closely, you'll notice there are even more creatures: there

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Gorillas of the Congo

These Gorillas are big! In fact, they are the largest living apes! Males can measure up to 1.7m in height and way 160kg - that's over 350 pounds!

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Ancient Trees

Close to 1,000 species of gymnosperms (trees such as pine and spruce) have been identified by scientists. These plants go way back on the evolutionary scale, making them

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