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neoK12.com provides educational videos about all sorts of animals, including mammals, birds, insects, amphibians, reptiles, marine animals, and even contains videos about dinosaur. Check it Out!
Animal Profiles -- National Geographic Kids Animal Profiles - National Geographic Kids
National Geographic Kids provides a fun and informative site for kids to better understand animals. View videos about your favorite animals, including tigers, bears, wolves, and much more!
Animal Planet Videos Animal Planet - Videos Section
Animal Planet online lets you see videos about cat breeds, dog breeds, wild animals and pets and much more. See and learn about animals courtesy of Animal Planet.

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How Stuff Works Videos - Zoology
The Zoology section of How Stuff Works Videos provides many videos about the animal kingdom including gorillas, anteaters and others. Videos are provided by the Science Channel, Discovery, and more.


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