The colonists and the Algonquins sing a song in which they call the other party savages while preparing for battle. They are different in their preparation yet similar in their mindset that the other party consists of savages.
Camp Hope and Camp MVP compete in the annual Apache Relay, a series of challenges that test the physical and mental capabilities of the campers. From the way the campers prepare for the relay to their comfort level with the obstacles, it is evident that there exists a different culture in each camp. Despite their differences, both camps appear to have high morale and value both teamwork and sportsmanship.
The letters "l" and "d" and "l" and "d" sound very similar. However, it is important to distinguish the difference between words with "ld" and "lt". Sometimes the word does not even exist, and sometimes it is a different form of that word!
Hank explains that animals are more similar to us than we imagined. He compares the ways in which different organisms develop and shares the statistic that we are 85% similar to mice. This statistic means that, along the way, the process of development has evolved.
Key Words: Evo-devo, Developmental Regulatory Genes, Gap Genes, Hox Genes, Regulatory Genes, Unfertilized Egg, Gene Products
Beakman explains that while they are both amphibians, they are very different. He explains metamorphasis and how frogs and toads are similar. Then using a toad and a frog, he points out all of the differences.