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Ms. Adventure

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 5+

Unique show looks at animal (and human) behavior.

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While her encounters teach Reenstra -- and viewers -- plenty of fascinating facts about animal behavior and the wonders of natural instincts, it's her quips and tongue-in-cheek comparisons between animals and humans that set Ms. Adventure apart from other wildlife shows. The unique format incorporates man-on-the-street comments about each episode's topic, as well as voice-over film clips, both of which complement the similarities or differences that Reenstra is pointing out between us and our animal counterparts.

Ms. Adventure's mix of entertainment and education is family-friendly, provided that your kids are old enough to handle an occasional scene of animals eating a carcass or trying to scare off onlookers by lunging or hissing at them. Even then, some kids may need explanation about what they're seeing, so have your animal behavior answers at the ready while you watch.

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