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Life Science is the study of living organism which include micro-organisms, plants, animals and humans. 
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Swallow-Tailed Kites | Making It Grow
Swallow-Tailed Kites | Making It Grow

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Much of the forested land in the Southeast is privately owned. Today, many landowners harvest their trees sustainably, preserving habitat for animals of all kinds, including the world’s most beautiful...
Fox Squirrel | What's Wild
Fox Squirrel | What's Wild

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This episode of What's Wild observes some peculiar behaviors squirrel species have and the nutty ways they benefit the environment. To find North America's largest tree squirrel, we'll travel to one...
Carnivorous Plants | What's Wild
Carnivorous Plants | What's Wild

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In this edition of What's Wild, we'll be taking a look at some native South Carolina plants with a big appetite! There are approximately thirty-one species of carnivorous plants throughout the state...
Webster's Salamander | What's Wild
Webster's Salamander | What's Wild

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In this episode of What's Wild, we're heading west to discover one of South Carolina's rarest amphibians. Found only in a few isolated areas, the Webster's Salamander is considered an endangered...
Marshland Crabs | What's Wild
Marshland Crabs | What's Wild

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We're exploring one of South Carolina's most productive and serene environments, the saltwater marsh. This rich and diverse ecosystem, brimming with marine species, has a dynamic rhythm that beats to...
Bottlenose Dolphin | What's Wild
Bottlenose Dolphin | What's Wild

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In this edition of What's Wild, we're traveling to one of South Carolina's barrier islands and observing rare feeding techniques of resident bottlenose dolphins ?. Also, we'll be taking a look at...
Red Cockaded Woodpecker | What's Wild
Red Cockaded Woodpecker | What's Wild

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In our first episode of What’s Wild, we’re traveling to the Sandhills and checking out the Red Cockaded Woodpecker! Let’s see how this threatened bird species adapts to life in this unique ecosystem...