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Trivia
  • This episode introduces Steve's interest in anteaters, which will be continued in future episodes Hide and SeekWhat's That Sound? and Shy.
  • The Lady Gooddiver character in the Blue Skidoo segment in this episode is a parody on Lady Godiva.
  • The bird in the living room picture is a great tit.
  • This is Amy Starr's last episode as the voiceover producer.
    • This was also the last episode in which Chris Boyce, one of the animators, was involved with until Season Six.
  • This episode can be seen in Nickelodeon Animal Friends DVD.
  • This is also the first time since Season 2's The Lost Episode! to use Mailbox's older design.
  • The bedroom picture shows Steve pretending to be the Big Bad Wolf and Blue pretending to be one of the three little pigs from What Story Does Blue Want to Play?.
  • This episode is the first of two episodes on the VHS release of Blue's Safari.
  • When Steve draws the 1st clue (black and white), he pulls out a black crayon with a black wrapper, but his normal crayon, which has a green wrapper, also draws in black.
    • This clue would return in "The Alphabet Train" as separate clues. The color white was the first clue and the color black was the second clue.
  • The episode was renamed to Animal Behaviour for the Kevin version.
  • Steve clucked the Mail Time Song like the chicken instead of singing the lyrics.
    • After that, he communicated with Mailbox (who was pretending to be a monkey) this way before getting the letter. He does however goes back to his usual talking after he states he was just chicken.
  • This is the second time in Season 3 that Blue appears four times during the closing credits.
  • When Steve was "elephant-stepping for Blue's Clues", he passes by the Felt Board (which has the felt elephant from Blue's News) on it, a bowl of peanuts on a table, and the fridge (which has a picture of a tree frog on it, held by magnets).
  • Though this episode was made/aired in 1999, credits claim that this episode was made/aired in 1996.
  • When Steve first skidoos into the picture of a pier, you can see outlines around his face used to make him stand out more.
  • Joseph Brancale, who appeared in the video letter previously appeared on the two Sesame Street videos, "Elmo Says BOO!" and "The Alphabet Jungle Game."
  • This is the fourth time Steve wore his tan shoes.
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