|Producer||AIMS Media & Philips Interactive Media|
|Description||Colourful footage surveys the diversity of animal life on Earth, illustrating the taxonomic system that scientists use to classify animals according to similarities and dissimilarities.
The two broad groups – vertebrates and invertebrates – are defined and examined.
Viewers can delineate the classes within each group by noting their distinctive characteristics, Among the animals covered are sponges, animals with stinging cells, worms, jointed animals, soft-bodied animals, spiny-skinned animals, fish, amphibians, birds, and mammals. Also available: Animal Communities and How Animals Survive.
|Remarks||This CD Instructor® series has been made in partnership with Philips Interactive Media and aimed as School objective.
Beside all the information, a Quiz of 20 questions is available on each title.
English and Spanish available languages.
This title is part of Philips Media’s School 2000 Project.
|Credits||Marco Parisio Java (covers)|