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        Flight of the Pollinators - Clips | Wild Kratts

        Join Chris and Martin as they explore the process of pollination and learn the important partnership between plants and animals. Watch the accompanying clips to see how Chris and Martin uncover the amazing delivery system of plants and their animal partners.

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        Flower Power! | Flight of the Pollinators | Wild Kratts

        Watch as Martin and Chris walk through a garden discovering pollinators in action. See how a bumble bee drinks nectar from a flower and the role it plays in delivering pollen from one flower to another in a process called pollination.

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        Follow that Bee! | Flight of the Pollinators | Wild Kratts

        Chris is miniaturized and is exploring the inside of a flower. Martin and Aviva are chatting with him as he tries to film a bee. But watch as Chris ends up stuck to the bee along with the pollen when the bee comes to drink nectar in the flower! The bee flies away with Chris along for the ride.

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        Humming Along | Flight of the Pollinators | Wild Kratts

        Chris is miniaturized and is attached to the head of a hummingbird by some sticky pollen. Watch as Chris and the hummingbird just miss being caught by an eyelash viper that is perfectly camouflaged on a nearby flower! The hummingbird finally lands and Chris tries to un-stick.

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