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Watch CG Kids online: Episode 6 Southern Manitoba

In this episode of CG Kids, Sid and Idee are going on a bug hunt in Manitoba. First off, they head to Oak Hammock Marsh, a Ducks Unlimited Conservation Reserve, where 13-year-old Caitlyn demonstrates how a wetland works. Next, Jacques Bourgeois, the Oak Hammock Marsh Special Events Coordinator takes them critter dipping followed by bird banding with Resident Naturalist Paula Grieef. Then it's off to Winnipeg and the Manitoba Museum to learn all about small brown bats with bat expert, Jack Dubois, Director of Wildlife for the Government of Manitoba, and cave expert, Kim Monson, from the University of Manitoba's Geography Department. Finally, our adventurers with an immunity to grossness head to the Canadian Science Centre for Human and Animal Health, one of only 15 high level biocontainment facilities in the world. Sid and Idee learn how this incredible facility was built to that study the world's most deadly diseases. Then research scientist, Leslie Robbin Lindsay, sacrifices his arm to demonstrate how he feeds his pet mosquitoes. Meanwhile, Eldon, always a pillar of calm, rational thinking, sees a bug on the floor and now thinks they're about to overrun his office. It's bugs and bats and bacteria all on this episode of CG Kids!

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