Horse, deer, wolf

The first section outlines the history of horse domestication, detailing the craft of horse shoeing. Behavior of wild horses living on an island in the Atlantic Ocean gives viewers insight into how all horses once lived. The second section shows the Virginia deer, highlighting antler growth and stru...

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Corporate Authors: Icotop Inc., Landmark Media, Inc.
Other Authors: Blake, Barry., Bonin, Laurier., Payette, Denise.
Format: Electronic Video Video
Language:English
Published: Falls Church, VA : Landmark Media, 2009, c2006.
Series:Animal science ; pt. 9
VAST: academic video online
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Online Access:Available via Alexander Street Press
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Summary:The first section outlines the history of horse domestication, detailing the craft of horse shoeing. Behavior of wild horses living on an island in the Atlantic Ocean gives viewers insight into how all horses once lived. The second section shows the Virginia deer, highlighting antler growth and structure, and deer communication through pheromone secretion. The last section is about the wolf. Wolves are considered super predators because they hunt in packs, are fearless and can travel long distances. Complex social relationships in wolf packs are based on dominance. The dominant male's behavior and communication within the pack are shown as well as the structure and function of wolf's teeth.
Item Description:Combines live action with animation.
Previously published as DVD.
Physical Description:1 online resource (22 min.).