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Description: "Food Getting Among Animals" is a 1956 film by the Moody Institute of Science's Educational Film Division. This short film is in the public domain and is an interesting look at science from the late 1950's. I pray that it is a blessing for you.

- Brother Hicks

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Description: The viewer learns about the eating habits of animals. We see squirrels, anteaters, kangaroos, rattlesnakes, vipers, barnacles, Archer fish (Spitting Fish), chameleons, butterflies, etc. The viewer also gets to see baby chameleons frolicking and playing, even taking rides on caterpillars and grasshoppers, something rarely seen on film. The film shows that God provides from both animal's needs and the needs of humans.





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