Anim8Nature

  1. For a few brief weeks, these fascinating insects emerge from 17 years underground and mate, to renew their cycle of life.
    This is part of a series of animated documentaries to spark curiosity, inspire environmental stewardship and explore science with art and animation. Our goal is to get children and families outside as careful observers of the natural world.

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  2. An acorn falls to the ground. It sends roots into the soil and a sapling grows tall above ground. After many years it will produce acorns. These acorns fall and the cycle is repeated. Anim8Nature is series of animated life cycles and resources to explore science with art. Our mission is to spark curiosity and get kids outside inspired to be environmental stewards.
    Learn more about us at Anim8Nature.com. Subscribe to our channel to get the latest information as we upload more animations. Check out our blog at anim8nature.blogspot.com.

    Credits:
    Director and Animator: Kristin Reiber Harris
    Music: “Binks’ Waltz” (Scott Joplin), Richard Dowling, pianist
    (from The Complete Piano Works of Scott Joplin,
    used by permission of Rivermont Records)

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  3. A female monarch butterfly mates and lays her eggs, one at a time. The eggs hatch and a caterpillar grows until it forms a chrysalis. Inside the chrysalis the caterpillar transforms into a butterfly and emerges to fly away and find a mate.
    Anim8Nature is a project in development to spark curiosity, explore science with art and get kids outside as environmental stewards. Subscribe to our channel to get the latest information as we upload more animations. Check out our blog at anim8nature.blogspot.com.

    Credits:
    Director and Animator: Kristin Reiber Harris
    Music: Karine Gilanyan, Beethoven Piano Sonata nr15 in D
    major, op28, Pastoral III, Scherzo Allegro Vivace.mp3
    Thanks to FreeMusicArchive.org Public Domain

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  4. Moon jellyfish live in the oceans all over the world. This animation shows their life cycle from the release of the sperm, their journey to the mouth of the female and the release of the planula. These go to the bottom of the sea and grow into polyps.Eventually disc-shaped structures break off from the polyp and become adult jellyfish.
    Anim8Nature is series of animated life cycles and resources to explore science with art. Our mission is to spark curiosity and get kids outside inspired to be environmental stewards. Learn more about us at Anim8Nature.com.

    Subscribe to our channel to get the latest information as we upload more animations. Check out our blog at anim8nature.blogspot.com.

    Credits: Director and Animator, Kristin Reiber Harris
    Music: Composer, Monplaisir/Komiku Champ de tournesol

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  5. Shelf fungus play an important role in decomposing dead trees. This animation shows their life cycle from the time the fungus appears on the log, its spores are released, they land on a dead tree, find a "mate" and a new fungus grows.

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Anim8Nature

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Documentary animation informs children about the facts of life-science in a creative way. We create animation to spark curiosity, encourage careful observation of the natural world and get children and families outside as environmental stewards.
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Documentary animation informs children about the facts of life-science in a creative way. We create animation to spark curiosity, encourage careful observation of the natural world and get children and families outside as environmental stewards.
We see a world where the transformative power of art and the creative problem solving of science blossom together to help children and families visualize the patterns and connections that unite all life.

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