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Nature: "A Sloth Named Velcro"
Premieres Wednesday, Nov. 5, 8pm, WGBH 2
Sloths, once largely ignored, have become a hot topic of scientific researchers. Sanctuaries and rehabilitation centers are also springing up, as development often displaces these gentle creatures.
Filmed in Panama, Costa Rica and Colombia, this is a story of friendship between a journalist and the sloth she named Velcro and a network of people working to learn more about sloths in order to protect them.
A Sloth Named Velcro
Examine the friendship between a journalist and a sloth, and see people trying to protect sloths.
Follow a troop of snow monkeys in Japan to see how they prepare to face the world.
A Murder of Crows
Review research that has shown crows are among the most intelligent animals in the world.
View odd, bizarre and unlikely creatures that seem ill-equipped for survival, yet cling to life.
Saving Otter 501
An effort to save an orphaned baby sea otter is detailed.
Salmon: Running the Gauntlet
Efforts to save the Pacific salmon have radically manipulated their lifestyle. Explore possible paths to recovery in this exposure of a creative, complex, and expensive approach to managing an endangered species.
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