A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Offers information about different animals and their babies, ranging from the correct terms for different species of baby animals to developmental behaviors.
Baby animals have a lot in common with human babies when they are growing up. Animals should be respected and protected.
Positive Role Models
Andy Day is enthusiastic about wild animals and other creatures.
Violence & Scariness
Predatory concerns are noted, but not highlighted.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Andy's Baby Animals is a docuseries geared towards preschoolers. It features lots of baby animals learning how to walk, swim, eat, and other skills they need to survive in the wild. While there is some discussion about protecting babies from predators, the overall show is mild and family-friendly.
Is It Any Good?
This gentle, but fun, series showcases how different species of baby animals learn skills as they grow and develop. Because it's geared towards preschoolers, host Andy Day enthusiastically defines and describes things in using basic terms that are easy to follow. Meanwhile, the skills that the animals are learning highlighted in ways that parallel the kinds of things that young viewers may also be learning, like swimming, or following their parents' instructions. But the beautiful visuals of the baby animals in action, and some of the animals' entertaining antics, also makes Andy's Baby Animals appealing to animal lovers of all ages.
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