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    MARCH OF THE PENGUIS
    An Introduction to Cornel Notes


    Subject:     Science/Biology

    Grades:     6 - 9.

    Description:     "March of the Penguins" shows a year in the life of an Emperor Penguis colony living on the edge of Antartica.

    Length and Location:     Beginning of the film through the 6.5 minutes into the film. Stop the film when ....

    Benefits:     This snippet discloses many facts about Penguin mating, including the location of the mating grounds, the distance covered by the Penguins in their travel to and from the mating grounds and the sea; the temperatures that they must endure; and their methods of travel. This film shows how animals adapt to harsh environments.

    Possible Problems with this Snippet:     None.
 








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