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Educational Videos Discuss this eTheme.

The following video clips can be used in classes to demonstrate the law of physics, space exploration, world history, Earth’s wild life and landscapes. There are also news segments from interviews with business leaders and documentary interviews about the World Trade Center.

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This site has over 1400 video clips about America wildlife, human history, recreation, and much more. Use links at the left to browse the video library. Includes a search by keyword.
Find a video clip about nature using the keyword search option. NOTE: This site includes links to social networking sites.
Explore links in this video archive to learn about unusual creatures and interesting features of familiar animals. NOTE: The site includes ads.
This page has 3D animations of fighting Velociraptor and Protoceratops. It also includes a video of a dinosaur fossils displayed in the American Museum of Natural History.
Join the animated tour under water from Hawaii to Japan: look over Hawaii, swim with dolphins, and visit the Mariana Trench.
Find out about life of mosquitoes from these video clips.
This page has video clips demonstrating the laws of physics.
Explore links on this page to find photographs and video clips of space objects in our solar system. Notice that not all pages include video clips. Look under the "Download Option" for Quicktime movie files. NOTE: The site includes pop-up and banner ads.
Find out the latest news captured on video by NASA space explorations. Scroll through the "Video Archives" link for more video clips.
These interviews were taking during making the documentary "New York: The Center of the World". Historians, a writer, journalist, artist, and other interviewees share their opinion on place and meaning of the World Trade Center in the history of the United States.
Here is a vast collection of video clips of microorganism compiled by the Natural History Museum.
This site includes video interviews with many prominent children's authors and illustrators.
Watch short and full-length biographical videos of famous actors, business people, historical and political figures, musicians, and more. A search window allows you to find other audio and video clips. NOTE: This site includes banner and pop-up ads.

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