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Ocean Acidification

Adam from Save the Bay shows how climate change is affecting our oceans and the balance of life within it.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:08:08

Station:Rhode Island PBS


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Food Webs

Jeannine at Save the Bay explains the complex food webs of Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island, and how you can identify food webs in your environment.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:06:26

Station:Rhode Island PBS


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Be Like a Sloth!

Campers visit sloth parents, Wesley and Fiona and their new baby sloth Beany, at the Roger Williams Park Zoo, in Providence, Rhode Island.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:06:37

Station:Rhode Island PBS


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Native Voices: Tomaquag Museum

Native Voices: Tomaquag Museum profiles the 60-year history of this Rhode Island cultural institution.

Type: Interstitial/Promo

Duration: 00:04:40

Station:Rhode Island PBS


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NATIVE AMERICA: Gary Glassman 1

Gary Glassman, Executive Producer & Director, NATIVE AMERICA discusses the series.

Type: Interstitial/Promo

Duration: 00:03:20

Station:Rhode Island PBS


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Native Voices: Wampum

Native Voices: Wampum profiles artist Allen Hazard’s creation of pieces that preserve and continue Native American culture and traditions.

Type: Interstitial/Promo

Duration: 00:04:40

Station:Rhode Island PBS


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Native Voices: Social Issues

"Native Voices: Social Issues" profiles key issues facing Native Americans regionally in Rhode Island, and beyond.

Type: Interstitial/Promo

Duration: 00:05:09

Station:Rhode Island PBS


WNET

NATIVE AMERICA: Gary Glassman 2

Gary Glassman, Executive Producer & Director, NATIVE AMERICA discusses the series.

Type: Interstitial/Promo

Duration: 00:02:40

Station:Rhode Island PBS