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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

  • 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

  • 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.

  • 07:52 New Why exactly is the Earth Warming? - The Greenhouse Effect

    Why exactly is the Earth Warming? - The Greenhouse Effect

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    With those actively trying to discredit what is happening in our world today, I wanted to break down how come we are seeing such a dramatic warming of the planet and more importantly, WHY this is occurring. What you should learn from this video:-How tempe

  • 02:58 New What is Air Made Of? | COLOSSAL QUESTIONS

    What is Air Made Of? | COLOSSAL QUESTIONS

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    Air is all around us, and without it, we would be able to breathe! But, have you ever stopped and wondered, what is air actually made out of??Images used under license from Shutterstock.comWelcome to Colossal Questions, the show that answers all of life's

  • 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

  • 05:26 Why Does Smoke Follow You Around a Fire?

    Why Does Smoke Follow You Around a Fire?

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    Visit http://brilliant.org/scishow/ to get started learning STEM for free, and the first 200 people will get 20% off their annual premium subscription. You know how you somehow end up getting smoke in your eyes wherever you stand around a bonfire? Well, i

  • 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

  • 03:45 Marshmallows Are Actually A Plant?! | COLOSSAL INVENTIONS

    Marshmallows Are Actually A Plant?! | COLOSSAL INVENTIONS

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    What is a marshmallow? Do they grow on trees? Do they fall from the sky during periods of extreme weather? Wrong!Images used under license from Shutterstock.comNarrated by: Laura WaddellWritten by: Claire DownsDirected & Produced by: Matt LevyEdited & Ani

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  • 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

  • 01:46 Learn About Plastics | Climate Champions | Cartoon Network

    Learn About Plastics | Climate Champions | Cartoon Network

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    Humans produce and use millions of tons of plastic each year, but not all of it is thrown away properly. Find out all about recycling and how you can make a world of difference! SUBSCRIBE: https://bit.ly/3I6u2LoAbout Cartoon Network:Welcome to Cartoon Net

  • 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

  • 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

  • 02:46 Revolutionizing Agriculture with Low Emissions, Resilient Crops

    Revolutionizing Agriculture with Low Emissions, Resilient Crops

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    This project is working to revolutionize the agricultural sector with climate-resilient crops and fertilizers that have the ability to dramatically reduce greenhouse gas emissions from food production. Learn more about this project: https://climategrandch

  • 04:34 When Your Plastic Bottle Finally Degrades

    When Your Plastic Bottle Finally Degrades

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    Offset your carbon footprint with me on Wren! We'll plant 10 extra trees for the first 100 people who sign up! http://wren.co/start/ryangeorge Hi there hello please click the subscribe button and turn on notifications so I can feed my cats. Twitter/Instag

  • 03:16 The Titans Learn About Recycling | Teen Titans Go! | Cartoon Network

    The Titans Learn About Recycling | Teen Titans Go! | Cartoon Network

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    The Titans learn about the joys of recycling from some new friends. About Cartoon Network: Welcome to Cartoon Network's YouTube Channel, your destination for episode clips, behind the scenes footage, how to draw tutorials, toy videos, and more! Cartoon Ne

  • 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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  • 24:57 The Man Who Accidentally Killed The Most People In History

    The Man Who Accidentally Killed The Most People In History

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    One scientist caused two environmental disasters and the deaths of millions. A part of this video is sponsored by Wren. Offset your carbon footprint on Wren: https://www.wren.co/start/veritasium. For the first 100 people who sign up, I will personally pay

  • 01:40 Recycle Song | Rocko's Modern Life | NickRewind

    Recycle Song | Rocko's Modern Life | NickRewind

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    CCH taught '90s kids an invaluable, prophetic lesson about environmental conservation. Subscribe for More: https://at.nick.com/NickRewindSubscribe Watch More from NickRewind: https://at.nick.com/NewRewindVideos All That on YouTube: https://at.nick.com/All

  • 17:47 Can You Guess the Weather? | Weather Guessing Game | SciShow Kids Compilation

    Can You Guess the Weather? | Weather Guessing Game | SciShow Kids Compilation

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    Theres all sorts of weather out there, so Squeaks and Mister Brown are playing a game show where they will learn all about the different types! Hosted by: Anthony BrownTeachers and parents: scroll down to check out the Next Generation Science Standards (N

  • 04:40 Where Does Maple Syrup Come From? | Winter is Alive! | SciShow Kids

    Where Does Maple Syrup Come From? | 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!Jessi and Squeaks are eating some pancakes and learning all about their favorite pancake topping: maple syrup! Learn how maple trees use air, wate

  • 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

  • 02:40 What is the Greenhouse Effect? | We The Curious

    What is the Greenhouse Effect? | We The Curious

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    How do greenhouse gases contribute to Climate Change? Why is the Greenhouse Effect essential to life on our planet? Sarah Stephens of the Live Science Team demonstrates the effect of Carbon Dioxide on Infrared light. This video was presented by: Sarah Ste

  • 03:53 How much does air weigh? | We The Curious

    How much does air weigh? | We The Curious

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    What happens to your body in a vacuum? Can anyone hear you in space? Ross Exton performs a series of experiments to find out why astronauts need to wear space suits.Produced & presented by: Ross ExtonTwitter: https://twitter.com/we_the_curiousFacebook: ht

  • 08:52 Why Britain Drinks 99,000 Megawatts of Tea Every Day | We The Curious

    Why Britain Drinks 99,000 Megawatts of Tea Every Day | We The Curious

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    The British love tea. But what happens when millions of people simultaneously decide to make a cuppa? Tom goes behind the scenes at the National Grid Control Centre to find out...Why It's Impossible To Engineer Earthquake-Proof Buildings: https://youtu.be

  • 03:31 How to test the soil in your garden | Do Try This At Home | We The Curious

    How to test the soil in your garden | Do Try This At Home | We The Curious

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    Soil is essential to life as we know it on planet Earth. This week, Robbie and Joel show you a simple activity to try at home to investigate what kind of soil you might have in your garden. How to scramble an egg inside its shell: https://youtu.be/HCAsQU5

  • 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

  • 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

  • ... The Purpose of CottonLiziqi Channel

    ... The Purpose of CottonLiziqi Channel

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    Please subscribe to Liziqi Liziqi Channel on YouTube if you like my videos: https://goo.gl/nkjpSx The Purpose of CottonI promise to find a better tag for the next series, LOL.Fluuuuff, fluff cotton, into soft, downy clouds.Re-fluff old quilts into new one

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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.

  • 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

  • #TodayILearned A HUNDRED BILLION TRILLION STARS | Book Trailer

    #TodayILearned A HUNDRED BILLION TRILLION STARS | Book Trailer

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    Did you know that the earth is covered in three trillion trees? And that seven billion people weigh about the same as ten quadrillion ants? Learn about some of the biggest numbers in the universe in A HUNDRED BILLION TRILLION STARS by Seth Fishman. #Today

  • 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

  • See the World From an Eagle Eye's View | Super-powered Eagles | BBC Earth

    See the World From an Eagle Eye's View | Super-powered Eagles | BBC Earth

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    Soar high above the hills of the Scottish Highlands with Tilly the golden Eagle.Subscribe: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSub #Eagle #Birds #NaturalWorldWatch more: Planet Earth http://bit.ly/PlanetEarthPlaylist Blue Planet http://bit.ly/BluePlanetPlaylist Planet

  • 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

  • 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

  • Growing Tomato Plant From Tomato Slice Time Lapse

    Growing Tomato Plant From Tomato Slice Time Lapse

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    I get all my music from Epidemic Sound. If you need music for your projects you can sign up for a 30 day free trial through this link: http://share.epidemicsound.com/3pS7H8Subscribe http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiL9l2J57t5OG2aZ0huswZw?sub_confirmation=

  • My Amazing WEAVER ANTS | The Coolest Ants You Ever Did See

    My Amazing WEAVER ANTS | The Coolest Ants You Ever Did See

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    Meet my beloved pet Asian Weaver ants! They're a super unique colony, especially in light of their nesting behaviours. Come take a deep look and marvel at the lives of weaver ants who construct impressive leaf nests in trees. Hope you enjoy this mid-week

  • Warmest Tent on Earth - Pitching in the Siberian Arctic Winter -

    Warmest Tent on Earth - Pitching in the Siberian Arctic Winter -

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    The Nenet reindeer herders need to move their tent every few days throughout most of the year. Every time they migrate they must pack the whole tent away, drag it across the tundra on sledges, and erect it again in a fresh place, sometimes in temperatures

  • Make your very own bioplastic bowl!

    Make your very own bioplastic bowl!

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    Find out how to make bioplastic in this video: https://youtu.be/Cqg-QpaF1lk (watch this video first).............................................................................................What ingredients and material do you need?water, starch, vineg

  • Beavers Maple And Filbert Build A Dam

    Beavers Maple And Filbert Build A Dam

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    Branch manager Filbert and stick broker Maple have a new project.

  • Exploring Timelapse in Google Earth

    Exploring Timelapse in Google Earth

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    See humanitys impact on the Earth through a global time-lapse video of the planet since 1984. Explore the whole planet: https://goo.gle/timelapseSubscribe to our Channel: https://www.youtube.com/googleTweet with us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/googleFo

  • How Eating Poop Is Key To Koalas' Survival | Microbe Minute

    How Eating Poop Is Key To Koalas' Survival | Microbe Minute

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    Baby koalas are adorable (duh!), but they have a weakness. Theyre born unequipped to digest their main diet, eucalyptus leaves, which are toxic to most animals. Whats a joey to do? Dont worrymom serves up an answer.Check out more Microbe Minutes at http:/

  • Insects in Flight | Ladybug in SLOW MOTION

    Insects in Flight | Ladybug in SLOW MOTION

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    From Egg to first Flight - Ladybug takes off in extreme Slow Motionat 5,000 fps. As the camera I used (Photron Fastcam Nova S16) got a 1000x1000 pixel sensor, the footage is taken at F16 and cropped to 720p.------------------------------------------------

  • Recycle Cardboard into Anything with 3D Printing!

    Recycle Cardboard into Anything with 3D Printing!

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    Paper is an incredible material, but why does it always have to be flat? Ive developed a process to turn paper into a three-dimensional material, using as little as a 3D printer, a blender, a vice, and pinch of rice.The resulting material has the texture

  • Night life in the Mediterranean sea

    Night life in the Mediterranean sea

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    Underwater world of the Mediterranean sea at the night time. Filmed near Ponza Island as part of a documentary project we are currently working on.Music by Cell - Switch Off (feat. Aes Dana)Shot with Panasonic Lumix GH5 & Subal underwater housing

  • Want to Solve Wildfires and Drought? Leave it to BEAVERS!

    Want to Solve Wildfires and Drought? Leave it to BEAVERS!

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    Take the PBS Digital Studios audience survey: https://to.pbs.org/2021surveyMore and more scientists are starting to ask the question: Could beavers be the ally weve been waiting for when it comes to saving the environment? Travel with host Joe Hanson to C

  • How the humble battery can save the world | The Royal Society

    How the humble battery can save the world | The Royal Society

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    From their early days in camcorders, to the gigafactories of the future - lithium-ion batteries are making a low-carbon world possible. #batteries #climatechange #tesla #lithium Batteries will power cars, trucks, light aircraft and drones. They're also vi

  • How to make a mini compost bin! | STUFF to make and do with Maddie

    How to make a mini compost bin! | STUFF to make and do with Maddie

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    You can order my book here!: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/0241489431?tag=prhmarketing2552-21Have you ever wondered how compost works or how to make your own? In this video we find out how composting breaks down our food waste using a thermal imagin

  • How origami is inspiring new kinds of emergency shelters

    How origami is inspiring new kinds of emergency shelters

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    Engineers have come up with a way of designing structures based on the ancient art of origami. The structures can be put up with by inflation, fold up flat for storage and transport, and can be made of strong, rigid materials. One hope is that these struc

  • Geysers and Springs of Yellowstone - ASMR | Yellowstone Live

    Geysers and Springs of Yellowstone - ASMR | Yellowstone Live

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    Sit back and relax to the calming Prismatic Spring and geysers of Yellowstone National Park Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe Get More Yellowstone Live: https://on.natgeo.com/2kLrxcO#NationalGeographic #ASMR #YellowstoneLiveAbout Yellowstone Live:W

  • The unique power of Australian seaweed - BBC REEL

    The unique power of Australian seaweed - BBC REEL

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    Humans have been making use of seaweed for over 45,000 years.In the run-up to COP26, we look at the incredible abilities of this ancient organism and the ingenious ways it can help us secure the future of our planet. Video by Kirsty B Carter & Joe Harriso

  • The Goat That Ate Time

    The Goat That Ate Time

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    Award winning short filmWritten, directed, animated and produced by Lucinda Schreiber

  • David Attenborough's "Extraordinary" Waterproof Plant | Nature Bites

    David Attenborough's "Extraordinary" Waterproof Plant | Nature Bites

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    David Attenborough takes us into London's man-made rainforest at Kew Gardens - there, he finds a plant with a special adaptive quirk...The Taro plant, also known as the Colocasia esculenta, is a tropical plant grown primarily for its edible corms, a root

  • Corpse Flower Stinks of Death I The Green Planet I BBC Earth

    Corpse Flower Stinks of Death I The Green Planet I BBC Earth

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    It appears to have fur, whiskers and teeth. Its blood-red surface is tough and warty, and it reeks of death. But this is no animal Rafflesia is also known as the stinking corpse lily because of its powerful scent: rotting meat. But why has it picked this

  • Sir David Attenborough Gives a Lesson on Seeds | The Green Planet | BC Earth

    Sir David Attenborough Gives a Lesson on Seeds | The Green Planet | BC Earth

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    Giant seeds, tiny seeds, floaty seeds and flying seeds. Sir David Attenborough gives us a quick biology lesson in all of them. #GreenPlanet will open your eyes to an undiscovered kingdom this is life from the perspective of plants. Discover more https://w

  • How to make electricity for your neighbours - People fixing the world, BBC World Service

    How to make electricity for your neighbours - People fixing the world, BBC World Service

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    Like many rural communities in Kenya, until recently the village where John Magiro lives had no connection to the national power supply.Subscribe - https://www.youtube.com/bbcworldserviceRunning cables from the nearest large settlement was expensive - and

  • Warka Water towers harvest drinkable water from the air | Design | Dezeen

    Warka Water towers harvest drinkable water from the air | Design | Dezeen

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    Subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest architecture and design movies: http://bit.ly/1tcULvhLike Dezeen on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dezeen/Follow Dezeen on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Dezeen/Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagra

  • Ants can pave road?!

    Ants can pave road?!

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    Another remarkable example of tool use in ants: fire ants paving sticky surfaces with the shiny glass gravels I gave them. Ive seen signs of this behavior, but I didnt expect it to be so robust until my friend told me about it (read more in Wen et al., 20

  • Can a new diet for gassy cows help the environment? - BBC World Service

    Can a new diet for gassy cows help the environment? - BBC World Service

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