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  • 01:41 New Time lapse Dandelion flower to seed head

    Time lapse Dandelion flower to seed head

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    Filmed for my plant identification app https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/right-plants/id1361626912?mt=8 https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=co.uk.app.rightplants4me Filmed for my rightplants app https://www.facebook.com/rightplants/ Time lapse dan

  • 06:22 New The Mechanical Secret of a Brainless Animal

    The Mechanical Secret of a Brainless Animal

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    Trichoplax adhaerens is a species of placozoa, the simplest animals at the base of the tree of life. It doesn't have a nervous system, yet it exhibits complex behaviors. How is this possible? The answer could illuminate the origins of the nervous systeman

  • 05:39 New The Scientific Problem of Consciousness

    The Scientific Problem of Consciousness

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    Anil Seth wants to understand how minds work. As a neuroscientist at the University of Sussex in England, Seth has seen firsthand how neurons do what they do but he knows that the puzzle of consciousness spills over from neuroscience into other branches o

  • 03:08 New How Scientists Finally Finished the Human Genome

    How Scientists Finally Finished the Human Genome

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    In 2003, the Human Genome Project announced that it had successfully sequenced the entire human genome. That wasnt quite true. Nearly 10% of human DNA was still missing from the map. Karen Miga, a geneticist at the University of California, Santa Cruz, co

  • 04:26 New Why Extraterrestrial Life Might Not Be So Alien

    Why Extraterrestrial Life Might Not Be So Alien

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    On the website for the department of zoology of the University of Cambridge, the page for Arik Kershenbaum lists his three main areas of research, one of which stands out from the others. Kershenbaum studies Wolves and other canids, Dolphins and cetaceans

  • 05:14 New Impossible Life Under the Iceon Earth and Beyond

    Impossible Life Under the Iceon Earth and Beyond

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    The microbial ecologist John Priscu of Montana State University discusses what led him to seek life beneath the barren, frozen wastes of Antarctica and how his discoveries there are shaping the search for life on other worlds. Read the full interview here

  • 10:05 New How Puppy Dog Eyes Evolved to Match Humans | WIRED

    How Puppy Dog Eyes Evolved to Match Humans | WIRED

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    Dogs are our companions, but they're also living proof of artificial selection. Dogs have coevolved and adapted to live in a human world. Dr. Sarah Byosiere, a dog cognition researcher, walks through canine behaviors that demonstrate our coevolution with

  • 04:22 New Wild Dolphin does something unbelievable!

    Wild Dolphin does something unbelievable!

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    Freediving with an amazing Dolphin off the West Coast of Ireland!Dolphin analyzes the diver's fin, swims away, and later brings him another fin the next time he finds the diver!

  • 04:23 New Would You Freeze Yourself in A Cryo Chamber to See The Future?

    Would You Freeze Yourself in A Cryo Chamber to See The Future?

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    Cryogenic Preservation! Want to be revived in the future after your death? Being cryogenically frozen and revived is NOT possible right now, but it might be one day!Check out Tomorrow Biostasis: https://tomorrowbiostasis.com/Meet the Life Noggin Team!Dire

  • 04:08 New These People Crave Blood Like a Vampire

    These People Crave Blood Like a Vampire

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    Morbius might get negative reviews, but the Marvel / Sony film has some science behind it. Will drinking or swapping blood cure any kind of disease? Script:As a biochemist, Morbius actually has a lot in common with real-world scientists. For one, hes not

  • 03:35 New This Rare Sleep Disorder Makes You Eat While Sleeping

    This Rare Sleep Disorder Makes You Eat While Sleeping

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    You've heard of Sleep Walking, but it's possible to EAT in your sleep too!Subscribe to Lifespan.io: https://www.youtube.com/LifespanIOand Lifespan News: https://www.youtube.com/LifespanNewsLearn more about sleep communication on this episode of Science to

  • 04:35 New Why Do These 4 Common Things Make You Live Longer?

    Why Do These 4 Common Things Make You Live Longer?

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    These 4 everyday devices actually extend your life without you realizing it! Subscribe to Lifespan.io: https://www.youtube.com/LifespanIOand Lifespan News: https://www.youtube.com/LifespanNewsCan a toothbrush make you live longer than 100 years? You may n

  • 04:07 New These Tiny Robots Will Live Inside You? - Nanobots Explained

    These Tiny Robots Will Live Inside You? - Nanobots Explained

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    Nanobots are the future of medicine, but how do these tiny robots work?Visit the Foresight Institute to learn about their work on advancing technology at https://foresight.org/Hi there and welcome to Life Noggin!Imagine a world where, if you get sick, doc

  • 02:45 New Trapped Inside the Plastic Prison #TeamSeas

    Trapped Inside the Plastic Prison #TeamSeas

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    Let's join Mr.Beast and the rest of Team Seas in cleaning up trash from our oceans and rivers!Donate: https://teamseas.org/Meet The Team!Director/Voice - Pat Graziosi: http://twitter.com/PatGraziosi Animator: Robert GrishamWriter: Ashleen KnutsenProducer:

  • 03:46 New Natural Fish Lure | Lampsilis Mussel and Bass

    Natural Fish Lure | Lampsilis Mussel and Bass

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    The amazing Lampsilis Mussel's lure manages to fool bass in clear water.

  • 09:14 New Why Do We See Colors?

    Why Do We See Colors?

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    We only see radiation with 400nm to ~700nm. It seems so strange when the electromagnetic radiation spans factors and factors of 10. Why such a small slice? Why just Red, Green, and Blue? and more importantly... how?Note: At 6:30 I say tetrachromats don't

  • 08:29 New Look to the octopus to understand how aliens might think

    Look to the octopus to understand how aliens might think

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    Octopuses are incredibly smart, yet the majority of their neurons exist in their arms and suckers, and not in their brain, making them as close to alien intelligence as we can find on Earth. Imagine: What if our hands and fingers could think for themselve

  • 02:04 This Great Dane is the World's Tallest Dog - Guinness World Records

    This Great Dane is the World's Tallest Dog - Guinness World Records

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    Subscribe || https://gwr.co/YT-SubFavourites || http://gwr.co/YT-FavsRead more: https://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/news/2022/5/can-i-ride-him-zeus-the-great-dane-confirmed-as-worlds-tallest-dogZeus was measured at 1.046 metres (3 ft 5.18 in) when being

  • 03:01 Can the Great Barrier Reef be saved? - Guinness World Records

    Can the Great Barrier Reef be saved? - Guinness World Records

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    Subscribe || https://gwr.co/YT-SubFavourites || http://gwr.co/YT-FavsRead more: https://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/news/2022/4/how-the-great-barrier-reef-is-dying-and-why-you-should-care-699290To celebrate Earth Day 2022, we have highlighted one of the

  • 00:37 Whats a mosquitos favorite color? #shorts #science #SciShow

    Whats a mosquitos favorite color? #shorts #science #SciShow

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    Emma Dauster: WriterKyle Nackers: Fact CheckerAttabey Rodrguez Bentez: Script EditorSavannah Geary: Editor, Associate Producer, HostSarah Suta: Producer Caitlin Hofmeister: Executive Producer Hank Green: Executive ProducerSource:https://www.nature.com/art

  • 03:53 Why Are Puppy Eyes So Irresistible?

    Why Are Puppy Eyes So Irresistible?

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    Head to https://linode.com/scishow to get a $100 60-day credit on a new Linode account. Linode offers simple, affordable, and accessible Linux cloud solutions and services.Its so easy to forgive a dog, especially when they start with those puppy dog eyes.

  • 06:02 How Do Bees Make Honey? | The Science of Food! | SciShow Kids

    How Do Bees Make Honey? | The Science of Food! | SciShow Kids

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    Teachers and parents: scroll down to check out the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) for this episode!A lot of our food comes from plants, including honey! Mister Brown and Squeaks learn how honey goes from being watery nectar in a flower to the sw

  • 08:13 How Much Plastic Is Really In Our Bodies? - Cheddar Explains

    How Much Plastic Is Really In Our Bodies? - Cheddar Explains

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    Plastic has become the face of global pollution. To date, humans have produced 8.3 billion metric tons of it. Once discarded, plastic doesnt biodegrade. Instead, it fragments into microplastics smaller than the size of a sesame seed and further into nanop

  • 02:38 Why Do We Have Fingernails? | COLOSSAL QUESTIONS

    Why Do We Have Fingernails? | COLOSSAL QUESTIONS

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    Have you ever looked that those strange hard shells at the ends of your fingers and toes and wondered to yourself... why do we have them? What do they actually do??Images used under license from Shutterstock.comWelcome to Colossal Questions, the show that

  • 03:09 How A Service Dog Fails Out Of School | The Dodo

    How A Service Dog Fails Out Of School | The Dodo

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    Service dog adorably fails out of school.Thanks to @Double H Canine Training Academy in Louisville, KY for sharing Ryker's progress!Introducing Dodo swag! https://shop.thedodo.com/Love Animals? Subscribe: http://thedo.do/2tv6OcdHablas espaol?: https://the

  • 03:19 This French Bulldog Is A Singing Potato | The Dodo

    This French Bulldog Is A Singing Potato | The Dodo

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    French bulldog, Lola Barksdale, has a crazy sound for every single emotion!Keep up with Lola on Instagram: https://thedo.do/lolabarksdale.Introducing Dodo swag! https://shop.thedodo.com/Love Animals? Subscribe: http://thedo.do/2tv6OcdHablas espaol?: https

  • 01:01 Skittish Cat Befriends Woman Then Has Kittens In Her Garage | The Dodo

    Skittish Cat Befriends Woman Then Has Kittens In Her Garage | The Dodo

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    Skittish pregnant cat befriends this woman and ends up trusting her with her kittens. For more of Nola, check her out on YouTube: @The Thrifted Planter Facebook: http://thedo.do/thrifted_planter_3 and Instagram: http://thedo.do/thethriftedplanter and

  • 03:13 Rescued Sloth Becomes Best Friends With a Beagle | The Dodo Odd Couples

    Rescued Sloth Becomes Best Friends With a Beagle | The Dodo Odd Couples

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    Beagle very slowly wins over this rescued sloth by acting just like him and it finally pays off when the sloth snuggles with him!Keep up with Chuwie on Instagram: https://thedo.do/chuwieelgalan and https://thedo.do/tropabeagle.Some footage provided by @Vi

  • 03:47 Rescued Squirrel Visits His Mom Every Morning To Have Breakfast | The Dodo Little But Fierce

    Rescued Squirrel Visits His Mom Every Morning To Have Breakfast | The Dodo Little But Fierce

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    When Alvin was rescued, he was only a few days old and badly injured. Thanks to Alexandra's care and to his strength, he recovered and now lives in nature with a new little squirrel friend Follow Alvin's adventures on Instagram: thedo.do/squirrel_alvinn.I

  • 16:06 How Horses Save Humans From Snake Bites

    How Horses Save Humans From Snake Bites

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    This video is sponsored by Brilliant. The first 200 people to sign up via https://brilliant.org/veritasium get 20% off a yearly subscription. To make antivenom, you first need to collect venom from the worlds most deadly snakes.Huge thanks to the Australi

  • 01:01 Cute furry baby rhino is great news for a critically endangered species | CBC Kids News

    Cute furry baby rhino is great news for a critically endangered species | CBC Kids News

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    A Sumatran rhino calf born in Indonesia is great news for the critically endangered species. Sumatran rhinos are the smallest (and furriest) rhino species in the world, and their numbers have declined dramatically in recent decades. Captive breeding effor

  • 15:01 How Serious is Antibiotic Resistance?

    How Serious is Antibiotic Resistance?

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    Get our exclusive NordVPN deal here https://NordVPN.com/sabine It's risk-free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee! More info about their new Threat Protection here: https://nordvpn.com/pt-br/blog/threat-protection/How serious is antibiotic resistance,

  • 06:47 Otters Can't Wait to Swim in New Pool

    Otters Can't Wait to Swim in New Pool

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    About Asian Small-clawed Otters First, otters are different from sea otters. Sea otters spend most of their time in the water, but otters can live both on the ground and in water. A few years ago, trafficking otters became a serious problem, and in 2019,

  • 04:26 The Vinegaroon Sprays Acid to Foil Its Foes | Deep Look

    The Vinegaroon Sprays Acid to Foil Its Foes | Deep Look

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    The vinegaroon also known as a whip scorpion looks like a Frankenstein creation of monster body parts. But unlike true scorpions, it doesnt use venom to defend itself from predators. Instead, it aims its tail at their face and sprays a blast of acid that

  • 03:21 Why Do We Get Dizzy? | COLOSSAL QUESTIONS

    Why Do We Get Dizzy? | COLOSSAL QUESTIONS

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    Ever get that dizzy, nauseous feeling when you spin in circles, ride a rollercoaster, or read while riding in a car? Whats the deal? Why do we get dizzy??Images used under license from Shutterstock.comWelcome to Colossal Questions, the show that answers a

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  • 05:10 Why are cockroaches so hard to kill? - Ameya Gondhalekar

    Why are cockroaches so hard to kill? - Ameya Gondhalekar

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    Dig into the genetic adaptations of cockroaches, and find out what makes it so hard to get rid of these tenacious creatures.--In ancient Egypt, there was a spell that declared, Be far from me, O vile cockroach. Thousands of years later, were still trying

  • 01:49 Lending a Hand

    Lending a Hand

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    An Inflatable robotic hand design gives amputees real-time tactile control and enables a wide range of daily activities, such as zipping a suitcase, shaking hands, and petting a cat. The smart hand is soft and elastic, weighs about half a pound, and costs

  • 01:52 Origami-inspired medical patch for sealing internal injuries

    Origami-inspired medical patch for sealing internal injuries

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    Taking inspiration from origami, MIT engineers have designed a medical patch that can be folded around minimally invasive surgical tools and delivered through airways, intestines, and other narrow spaces, to patch up internal injuries. (Learn more: https:

  • 03:57 The World's Longest Beak* | Planet Earth II | BBC Earth

    The World's Longest Beak* | Planet Earth II | BBC Earth

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    *in relation to overall body length. The sword-billed hummingbird has exclusive access to food that other birds simply cannot reach, but having such a long bill does have its drawbacks. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSub #DavidAttenborough Watch more: P

  • 09:06 Nicobar Pigeon: The Closest Living Relative Of The Dodo

    Nicobar Pigeon: The Closest Living Relative Of The Dodo

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    Meet the closest living relative of the Dodo. | Support Animalogic by signing up for your FREE trial to Wondrium here: http://ow.ly/UuHJ30sfm8t Your brain will love it! Support Animalogic on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/animalogic Subscribe for new ep

  • 12:51 7 Coolest Things Your Body Does | COLOSSAL QUESTIONS

    7 Coolest Things Your Body Does | COLOSSAL QUESTIONS

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    7 more Colossal Questions about the human body answered!0:00 Why Do We Get Goose Bumps?1:37 Why Does Skin Wrinkle in Water?3:21 Why Does Your Hair Turn Gray?4:41 Why Does Your Belly Growl?6:48 Why Do We Drool When Hungry?8:29 Why Do People Have Allergies?

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  • 03:25 Why Do Tigers Have Stripes? | COLOSSAL QUESTIONS

    Why Do Tigers Have Stripes? | COLOSSAL QUESTIONS

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    Tigers are known as some of the best hunters in the wild. Yet they sport an orange coat that makes them stick out against the lush green jungle. So, whats the deal? Why are tigers bright orange with black stripes??Images used under license from Shuttersto

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  • 04:02 Why Don't Fish Freeze in Winter? | Winter is Alive! | SciShow Kids

    Why Don't Fish Freeze in Winter? | Winter is Alive! | SciShow Kids

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    Teachers and parents: scroll down to check out the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) for this episode!Squeaks wants to know what happens to fish when the seasons change and the pond freezes in winter! He and Jessi learn all about how fish survive u

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  • 18:09 The Incredible Logistics Behind Corn Farming

    The Incredible Logistics Behind Corn Farming

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    Sign up for the stock footage provider that we use: http://storyblocks.com/wendoverWatch Extremities at http://youtube.com/extremitiesBuy a Wendover Productions t-shirt: https://standard.tv/collections/wendover-productions/products/wendover-productions-sh

  • 24:30 What Is Life? (featuring Prof. Brian Cox)

    What Is Life? (featuring Prof. Brian Cox)

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    Thank you to Policygenius for supporting PBS. To learn more go to https://Policygenius.com/BeSmart Go clubbing in virtual reality with Subcultured @PBS Voices: https://youtu.be/ZRPjgSrQ8gA ↓↓↓ More info and sources below ↓↓↓

  • 03:50 How to scramble an egg INSIDE its shell | Do Try This At Home | We The Curious

    How to scramble an egg INSIDE its shell | Do Try This At Home | We The Curious

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    There are hundreds of ways to cook an egg, this week Ross shows you how to use shoelaces, a tennis ball and plenty of physics to scramble an egg INSIDE its shell. How to bake a cake, with science! https://youtu.be/MBouLt-hXDUThis video was presented & pro

  • 02:31 How to test your knee-jerk reflex | Do Try This At Home | We The Curious

    How to test your knee-jerk reflex | Do Try This At Home | We The Curious

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    Heather and Beth put their tendons to the test as they explain what causes your leg to kick out when you tap your knee, and show you some more tendon tricks to try at home.How to make a motor: http://youtu.be/GvA77lY35PgThis video was presented by: Beth C

  • 03:14 Why do honey bees dance? | We The Curious

    Why do honey bees dance? | We The Curious

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    Could you tell your friends where to find food just by dancing? Join Ross Exton of the Live Science Team as he takes a look inside a hive to discover the mysterious behaviour of honey bees.This video was presented by: Ross Exton, Live Science Video Produc

  • 04:16 How to make honeycomb | The Science of Sweets | We The Curious

    How to make honeycomb | The Science of Sweets | We The Curious

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    What's the difference between toffee and fudge? What makes the bubbles in honeycomb? Sarah and David of the Live Science Team investigate the science of sweets as they show you how to make honeycomb treats in your kitchen at home.Do not attempt this exper

  • 02:22 Would you eat a grasshopper? Future Sushi | We The Curious

    Would you eat a grasshopper? Future Sushi | We The Curious

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    As our population grows & the climate changes, what are some of the foods we might have to eat more of in the future? Ross Exton of the Live Science Team goes to After Hours in At-Bristol to tuck in to some grasshopper sushi.This video was presented by: R

  • Meet 'Kofi' our tree-kangaroo joey

    Meet 'Kofi' our tree-kangaroo joey

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    Meet Kofi, our young Goodfellows Tree Kangaroo.He's the first to be born at Healesville Sanctuary and is nearly eight months old now.Kofi is pidgin for coffee, a name linking him to his wild cousins in Papua New Guinea where Zoos Victoria supports local f

  • Bird Spotting In Your Garden | Garden Week Ep1 | Let's Go Live with Maddie & Greg #1

    Bird Spotting In Your Garden | Garden Week Ep1 | Let's Go Live with Maddie & Greg #1

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    **CHECK OUT OUR NEW SCIENCE ACTIVITIES WEBSITE - https://letsgolivescience.com/ - forindividual activity pages with video clips, kit lists, methods, and science!**Let's go live with Maddie and Greg! This week we're exploring our gardens and will be kickin

  • What is social distancing? | CBC Kids News

    What is social distancing? | CBC Kids News

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    Everyone is talking about social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic. Heres what that means.***IMPORTANT UPDATE!When this video originally published on March 13, the Canadian government was recommending people stay one metre apart. As of March 19,

  • Oh My, Mycelium!

    Oh My, Mycelium!

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    Let's look at a very good stick - with a surprise underneath! See photos from today's hike in the woods here: https://twitter.com/Fungal_Love/status/1232767776147722241Filmed in Roy's Redwoods Open Space Preserve in Coast Miwok Territory (Marin County, Ca

  • How an Egg Hatches

    How an Egg Hatches

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    See the remarkable way hatchlings are able to break out of their eggs. Please LIKE and SUBSCRIBE if you enjoyed! http://bit.ly/1Adl6ht **More info & videos below**The Egg: Lifes Perfect Invention premieres Wednesday, April 10 online and on-air at 8|7c on

  • How Does Huddling Help Penguins Stay Warm? | BBC Earth

    How Does Huddling Help Penguins Stay Warm? | BBC Earth

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    The centre of a penguin huddle can reach temperatures of up to 37 degrees C! How exactly does piling in help these snow animals stay so warm?Subscribe: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSub Watch more: Planet Earth http://bit.ly/PlanetEarthPlaylist Blue Planet http:/

  • How Rattlesnakes Scales Help Them Sip Rainwater From Their Bodies | Headline Science

    How Rattlesnakes Scales Help Them Sip Rainwater From Their Bodies | Headline Science

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    Researchers reporting in ACS Omega have investigated how the scales of some desert rattlesnakes help them harvest rain during thunderstorms. ACS Headline Science reveals the secrets of the snakes scales. Role of Scale Wettability on Rain-Harvesting Behavi

  • Sunflower time lapse

    Sunflower time lapse

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    Sunflower time lapseFilmed by Neil BromhallApp Store (iOS):https://itunes.apple.com/app/rightplants/id1361626912?ls=1&mt=8Google Play link (Android):https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=co.uk.app.rightplants4meFilmed in my studio over several day

  • Birds gliding through bubbles reveal aerodynamic trick

    Birds gliding through bubbles reveal aerodynamic trick

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    An owl bursting through a cloud of bubbles is helping researchers better understand the aerodynamics of flight. Researchers in London have discovered a new way in which birds use their tail to provide lift and so reduce drag while gliding. They tracked th

  • Sea Otters Hold Hands To Survive The Dangers Of The Open Ocean | BBC Earth

    Sea Otters Hold Hands To Survive The Dangers Of The Open Ocean | BBC Earth

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    Sea otters face great danger in the open ocean; can this family brave the waves and stick together?Subscribe: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSub #SeaOtter #SeaOtterPup #SpyInTheWild2Watch more: Planet Earth http://bit.ly/PlanetEarthPlaylist Blue Planet http://bit.

  • Ants vs Banana Timelapse

    Ants vs Banana Timelapse

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    https://www.time-lapse-footage.com - Timelapse of Ants eating a banana slice - subscribe http://www.youtube.com/user/TEMP0NAUT?sub_confirmation=1Ants vs Banana Time-lapse Stock Footage Video: https://www.time-lapse-footage.com/video-clip-2103/timelapse-cl

  • AMKK presents: Botanical animation "Story of Flowers" full ver.

    AMKK presents: Botanical animation "Story of Flowers" full ver.

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    AMKK Presents:Botanical animation "Story of Flowers" The animation was developed for kids to show the life cycle of flowers.-Story-Many different flowers are growing beautifully and strongly in this world. Taking their roots in the earth, sprouting, bloom

  • What does a herpetologist do with a lizard once she's caught it???

    What does a herpetologist do with a lizard once she's caught it???

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    In this video I show you all how I lasso lizards, what I do with the lizards once I've caught them, and I even managed to throw in a bit of social commentary. Make sure to subscribe for more lizard related content (Subscribe button is actually in the bott

  • Why dogs lick people?  - What it REALLY means | (Wow x100)

    Why dogs lick people? - What it REALLY means | (Wow x100)

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    Post your questions in the comments! This is a video about why dogs lick. It describes various reasons why a dog might lick a person. When you boil it down, the licking suggests that a dog has strong feelings towards the licking recipient. If someone aske

  • 2 Metre Long Humboldt Squid Hunt In Packs | Life | BBC Earth

    2 Metre Long Humboldt Squid Hunt In Packs | Life | BBC Earth

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    Highly intelligent, with powerful tentacles and a razor-sharp beak - the humboldt squid is a true terror of the deep. This 2 metre long beast has a reputation as a man-eater, and it's easy to see why.Subscribe: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSub Watch more: Planet

  • The parrots that understand probabilities

    The parrots that understand probabilities

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    Kea, a type of parrot from New Zealand, have been surprising scientists with their smart predictions. Researchers set them a series of intelligence tests based around probabilities and social cues. They found that kea can perform better than monkeys, show

  • Should we eat bugs? - Emma Bryce

    Should we eat bugs? - Emma Bryce

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/should-we-eat-bugs-emma-bryce What's tasty, abundant and high in protein? Bugs! Although less common outside the tropics, entomophagy, the practice of eating bugs, was once extremely widespread throughout cultur

  • Is that a SMILEY or a SKULL?

    Is that a SMILEY or a SKULL?

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    Lappet Moth Caterpillar (lebeda sp., Lasiocampidae family) from the rainforest of Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia.This caterpillar has a sunny yellow head with black patterns closely resembling a smiley (notice the 2 small ovals dark dots representing the eyes an

  • Earthworm Effects on Soil: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

    Earthworm Effects on Soil: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

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    Clay animation video showcasing some of the effects earthworms have on the soils they inhabit, with emphasis on the fact that while they can be good in some soils, they can negatively affect other soil environments, especially when they are invasive. Ther

  • Having a family dairy cow is a lot of work... // Homesteading

    Having a family dairy cow is a lot of work... // Homesteading

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    The cow's milk we sell pays for most other farm operations. This video was sponsored by Squarespace. To get 10% off a site of your own, visit https://www.squarespace.com/anneofalltrades Ever asked yourself "where does milk come from?" A few months ago, I

  • Can You See this Leaf Mimicking Grasshopper?

    Can You See this Leaf Mimicking Grasshopper?

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    Grasshopper (Genus: Systella, Family: Trigonopterygidae) from the rainforest of Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia.This Leaf mimicking Grasshopper is remarkably well-camouflaged. Its body resembles a green leaf with patches of brown and even leaf-life veins. Its mov

  • Exploring Greenland's Icy Waters

    Exploring Greenland's Icy Waters

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    Diving into the freezing, iceberg-filled waters of Greenland is by itself an adventure, but Museum Curator John Sparks and Research Associate David Gruber recently embarked on an ambitious expedition to find biofluorescent fish in the regions remote water

  • Over a Million Flamingos | The Great Rift: Africa's Wild Heart | BBC Earth

    Over a Million Flamingos | The Great Rift: Africa's Wild Heart | BBC Earth

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    Flamingos gather in their tens of thousands on the edges of Lake Bogoria, a saline, alkaline lake fringed with giezers.Subscribe to BBC Earth: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSubBBC Earth YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/BBCEarthBBC Earth Facebook http://www

  • Shark devours wall of mullets  - Seven Worlds, One Planet | BBC Earth

    Shark devours wall of mullets - Seven Worlds, One Planet | BBC Earth

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    Subscribe and to the BBC https://bit.ly/BBCYouTubeSubWatch the BBC first on iPlayer https://bbc.in/iPlayer-Home Blacktip sharks, pelicans and tarpon feast on millions of grey mullet as the fish migrate along the coast of Florida. More than any other conti

  • Jumping Plant Lice: The Fastest Front-Flipping Insects

    Jumping Plant Lice: The Fastest Front-Flipping Insects

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    Jumping plant lice, or psyllids, are the fastest front-flipping insects, but not many people know about how amazing they are! I set out to film the high-flying flips of these plant-feeding, often thought of as pest, insects. They are hemipterans in the su

  • Fly cleaning itself Macro Footage HD

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