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        Ocean Life - Clips | Wild Kratts

        Join Chris and Martin as they explore underwater worlds, the food chain of the plants and animals that live there, and some of the amazing characteristics of the fish themselves! In these accompanying clips, learn about the ocean food chain, the characteristics of creatures such as the angler fish, and even how to build your own aquarium!

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        Up the Ocean Food Chain | Wild Kratts

        In this animated segment, Chris and Martin learn about the process of a food chain during their adventures in the deep sea! Chris discovers some phytoplankton, a microscopic sea plant that can absorb the sun's energy and carbon dioxide which it then turns into sugar to feed itself.

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        Watch the Angle! | Wild Kratts

        In this animated segment, Chris and Martin explore the deep sea and cross paths with an angler fish. Learn how the angler fish survives in the dark depths of the ocean with a light made up of millions of bacteria to attract fish into its fang-filled mouth! The angler's teeth are pointed inwards so that its prey can easily swim in but not out. But Chris and Martin must play a game of "keep away" in order to avoid being eaten themselves!

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        Fish on the Loose! | Wild Kratts

        In this live action segment, Chris and Martin are building an underwater world and demonstrate the proper steps to take when building an aquarium. In order to acclimate the fish to their new environment, the brothers add some of the aquarium water to the fishes' current conditions. Then, they put the fish in bags and place the bags in the aquarium so that the water slowly becomes the same temperature. Finally, the fish are ready to be introduced to their new home!

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