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Publisher: The Voyager Company
A World Alive
Splash in the Atlantic with a humpback whale, tunnel underground with leafcutter ants, watch a Pacific Ridley turtle take its first swim and a northern elephant seal give birth. James Earl Jones is your guide in this spectacular thirty-minute documentary compiled by Sea Studios in collaboration with the St. Louis Zoo. Where does the monarch butterfly live during the winter? What do chattering dolphins sound like? What does a ghost crab eat? The answers are all here, along with beautiful illustrations and thousands of compelling facts about each animal.
The thirty-minute documentary A World Alive in QuickTime video.
Information on over one hundred animals, indexed by classification, geography, and habitat.
"What Is That?." a game to test your knowledge of the animals.
Windows - 486SX-25 or higher processor; 640x480, 256-color display (accelerator recommended); 4 MB RAM (8 MB recommended); MPC2-compatible CD-ROM drive and sound card with speakers or headphones; Microsoft Windows 3.1, MS-DOS 5.0 or later.
Macintosh - Any color Macintosh (16-MHz 68030 or better recommended); System 7; 3,000K of available RAM; CD-ROM drive (double-speed recommended).
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