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        Rhinos and Oxpeckers | Wild Kratts

        Join Chris and Martin in this series of clips, and learn about symbiotic relationships and how animals have different structures and behaviors that help them defend themselves. Learn about rhinos' defense mechanisms which include their size, sharp horns, the relationship they have with a small bird, and their mud bathing behaviors.

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        Oxpeckers Lend a Helping Hand | Wild Kratts

        In this animated segment, Chris and Martin follow a black rhino into the Serengeti after they see some strange behavior. But the brothers test the rhino's sense of sight and smell when they try to get a closer look.

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        Oxpecker Lock-picking! | Wild Kratts

        In this animated segment, Chris has been trapped by Zach Varmitech, who is trying to build new Rhino Dozers that will destroy anything in sight! Watch as Chris devises a plan to use the relationship between Oxpeckers and rhinos to escape and save the day!

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        Power of the Rhino!

        In this live action segment, Martin and Chris get up close with a rhino to see just what makes it so powerful. Learn how the rhino's horn is made out of keratin, the same substance as our fingernails, and why even standing far away from a rhino might not be such a good idea. Also learn how the rhino and the Oxpecker work together to protect each other.

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