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An exploration of how plants and animals handle the 24-hour cycle.

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aired 620 days ago
The sun's light, reflected in the moon, acts as light for hunting tarsiers and an aphrodisiac for Australian corals.
aired 620 days ago
The changing position of the sun affects animal and plant behavior; lemurs need morning heat; a chameleon survives on solar power.

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