FishDVD - 1994
Striking color graphics of tropical fish, eels, sea horses, and more offer a unique "eyewitness" view of the natural history of fish, how they behave, and how they survive. See the lethal jaws of a piranha, a porcupine fish "puffing up," how a dogfish swims, growth rings on a fish scale, what a fish looked like 400 million years ago, and a fish with legs. Learn how a school stays together, why some fish swim upside down, how a stingray stings, which male fish can "give birth," how a stickleback builds its nest, and why fish need water to breathe. Discover why a shark must keep swimming, how a ray can give an electric shock, what eyespots are for, how an archerfish "shoots" a victim, and much, much more! This award-winning series features stunning photography and graphics to bring science to life. Closed-captioned.
Publisher: [London?] : DK, 1994
Branch Call Number: JDVD597 F539
Characteristics: 1 video disc (62 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in