Nature: Season 2 (1983 - 1984)

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Air date: Oct 9, 1983

This program is part of a PBS series that takes the viewer to some of the world's wildest and most scenic places. In this episode, the viewer takes an aquatic journey to see the underwater forests that grow on the ocean floor. Spectacular photography captures the beauty of the colorful creatures that dwell in the swaying kelp forests. Sea urchins, anemones, squids, and sharks traverse the marine trails of this vast forest in the sea.

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Air date: Oct 16, 1983

"Fungi: The Rotten World Around Us" examines the organisms whose family includes mushrooms, molds, toadstools and rusts. Included: a look at poisonous and edible mushrooms; microscopic photography of developing soil fungus.

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Air date: Oct 23, 1983

The role of the thorny acacia tree in the survival of wildlife in Tanzania's arid Serengeti Plain. The flat-topped trees help sustain bush elephants, giraffes, impalas, weaver and secretary birds, and a variety of insects. Host: George Page.

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Air date: Nov 6, 1983

This program is part of a PBS series that takes the viewer to some of the world's wildest and most scenic places. This episode takes place in the Shetland Islands, where the wild otter lives. Stunning wildlife photography captures the wild otter in its native aquatic habitat. The viewer learns the habits and ways of this engaging creature who works hard and plays harder.

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Air date: Nov 13, 1983

Insects with chemical weapons such as bombardier beetles and fireflies are featured in this informative video as explored by Dr. Thomas Eisner.

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Air date: Dec 18, 1983

In Papua New Guinea, magnificently colored and plumed birds of paradise are observed. Local tribesmen perform elaborate rituals to emulate characteristics of these birds, and collect their tail feathers to make fancy wigs.

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Air date: Feb 5, 1984

The osprey, one of the most powerful birds of prey despite its 3-lb. weight. Included: the courting and mating season in the Scottish Highlands; migration to Gambia, where the birds are seen diving for fish.

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Air date: Feb 12, 1984

Three species of bees---alkali, leaf cutter and honeybee---and their role in pollinating the alfalfa crop used by U.S. farmers as feed. Included: development of larvae in brood cells; efforts to combat the bees' natural enemies. Also: the African killer bee.

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Air date: Feb 19, 1984

Threats to Florida's flora and fauna from imported wildlife and vegetation. Among the troublemakers: venomous South African toads; Formosan termites; and hydrilla weeds.

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Air date: Feb 26, 1984

"The Masterbuilders" examines how birds construct sound dwellings almost anywhere out of almost anything, including mud, leaves, weeds and cobwebs. Observed: wood pigeons, house martins, shoveler ducks and rooks.

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