When spring comes to the woods, forest animals go about their business: turtles teach their young to swim, grasshoppers show their offspring how to spit, etc.
The a.a.p. version of the cartoon has the original WB shield hacked off for unknown reasons, even though a.a.p. was allowed to keep the WB references intact in their Looney Tunes cartoons. Despite this, the original end titles are preserved. This also occurs in a.a.p. prints of The Bear's Tale and Bars and Stripes Forever (although on Laserdisc these two cartoons got their a.a.p. openings replaced with inaccurate WB shield openings, but the 1995 Turner dubbed versions restored their correct openings but altered the end cards in return).
This is one of those a.a.p. CN airings after 1995, although a "dubbed version" does exist. CN aired the a.a.p. version with the hacked-off opening.
The 1995 dubbed version was released on LaserDisc with the original opening titles restored.