The Kratts brothers rush to observe the way in which pandas eat. They highlight the most notable physical trait of a panda: its thumb. They find that the thumb helps pandas eat bamboo, which is almost exclusively their diet.
The Kratts brothers find a golden pheasant in China and admire its beauty. The bird's most notable feature is its dazzling assortment of colors. The brothers watch it in its natural habitat and observe that it stays out of the sun to protect its colors, which help it attract mates.
The Kratt brothers lead the group in search for a jaguar. During their search, they mention some facts about the animal. Jaguars camouflage and have prey such as spider monkeys, peccary, and rainforest deer. Since these prey are "Jaguar-spotting experts" to keep themselves out of danger, the group uses their help to eventually find a jaguar.