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How do cheetahs run so fast?

 

This video was written and produced by Vanessa Hunter, Karen Gray, and Alice Tromba in April 2015 for Tim Forrest’s Principles of Zoology class at the University of North Carolina Asheville.

Why do dogs have whiskers?

 

This video was written and produced by Christine Mowad and Lliam Baglivo in April 2015 for Tim Forrest’s Principles of Zoology class at the University of North Carolina Asheville.

Why do dogs bark?

 

This video was written and produced by Robbie Clark, Torey Todd, and Sara Melosh in April 2015 for Tim Forrest’s Principles of Zoology class at the University of North Carolina Asheville.

Why do dolphins have a blowhole?

 

This video was written and produced by¬†Amanda Gilwit and Alice Kimbell¬†in April 2015 for Tim Forrest’s Principles of Zoology class at the University of North Carolina Asheville.

Why do dolphins whistle without opening their mouths?

 

This video was written and produced by Mary Elmasian and Hannah Moody in April 2015 for Tim Forrest’s Principles of Zoology class at the University of North Carolina Asheville.

How do dogs communicate with their tails?

 

This video was written and produced by Miguel Diaz in April 2015 for Tim Forrest’s Principles of Zoology class at the University of North Carolina Asheville.

Why do fish have scales?

 

This video was written and produced by Margo Flewelling and Brianna Carberry in April 2015 for Tim Forrest’s Principles of Zoology class at the University of North Carolina Asheville.

Why do red foxes have red fur?

 

This video was written and produced by Ann Reid and Avery Morgan in April 2015 for Tim Forrest’s Principles of Zoology class at the University of North Carolina Asheville.

How do fish stay underwater?

 

This video was written and produced by Amanda Nix and Alexandra Van Dorsten in April 2015 for Tim Forrest’s Principles of Zoology class at the University of North Carolina Asheville.

Why do mountain goats have horns?

 
This video was written and produced by Kaitlin Shannon and Devin Koch in April 2015 for Becca Hale’s Principles of Zoology class at the University of North Carolina Asheville.

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