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  • 10:39 New Why Are These Urban Lizards Evolving in Overdrive?

    Why Are These Urban Lizards Evolving in Overdrive?

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    Learn more about Human Footprint: https://www.pbs.org/show/human-footprintPuerto Rican Crested Anoles are a prime example of adaptation in action. In just a few decades, these city-dwelling lizards have undergone remarkable evolutionary changes to thrive

  • 05:17 Popular Why was the Rosetta Stone so important? - Franziska Naether

    Why was the Rosetta Stone so important? - Franziska Naether

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    Dig into how scholars decoded the writing on the Rosetta Stone, and how this helped them understand ancient hieroglyphs.--For centuries, scholars puzzled over the hieroglyphs they found carved onto ancient Egyptian ruins, tablets, and papyri. But in 1799,

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  • 08:57 Dinosaurs Might Still Exist on Other Planets, Scientists Say

    Dinosaurs Might Still Exist on Other Planets, Scientists Say

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    Some scientists are throwing out this mind-bending idea that dinosaurs might still be kicking it on other planets out there. We're talking about planets with conditions similar to Earth, where life could've taken a different evolutionary path. Imagine a w

  • 09:58 We Are Smarter Than Ancient People But We Lost Superpowers

    We Are Smarter Than Ancient People But We Lost Superpowers

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    Back in the day, our ancestors had some seriously cool superpowers, but they gradually disappeared because, well, evolution's a thing. Take hibernation sleep, for examplenot as flashy as flying, but imagine snoozing through winter and waking up when it's

  • 08:56 Why Early Humans Had Perfectly Straight Teeth

    Why Early Humans Had Perfectly Straight Teeth

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    Ever wondered why our ancient ancestors had those pearly whites? Turns out, early humans enjoyed a diet that was tough and chewy, like nuts, roots, and raw meats, which helped keep their chompers in tip-top shape. Plus, they didn't have access to the suga

  • 07:04 Stonehenge | 10 Places That Made England with Dan Snow

    Stonehenge | 10 Places That Made England with Dan Snow

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    Join historian Dan Snow as he explores the places that shaped Englands story, in this exclusive series with History Hit. In this episode, Dan visits one of the most iconic historic landmarks in the world Stonehenge. Built around 2500 BC, in the late Neoli

  • 10:20 Why Water is So Special and Essential to Life

    Why Water is So Special and Essential to Life

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    You ever think about how crazy perfect the water molecule is? It's only 3 atoms yet it accomplishes so much. Come learn why.Shout out to the Homies

  • 05:55 Say Hello to Saber-toothed Smilodon! | SciShow Kids

    Say Hello to Saber-toothed Smilodon! | SciShow Kids

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    Teachers and parents: scroll down to check out the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) for this episode!Smilodon the saber-toothed cat had really big teeth! Join Jessi and Squeaks and learn all about how fossils can tell us how these Ice Age animals

  • 07:14 Woolly Mammoths, Mastodons, and Amazing Teeth! | SciShow Kids

    Woolly Mammoths, Mastodons, and Amazing Teeth! | SciShow Kids

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    Teachers and parents: scroll down to check out the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) for this episode!Mastodons and woolly mammoths were both ancient relatives of elephants, but they were very different! Join Jessi and Squeaks to see how we can lea

  • 07:40 The Ancient Animal Crossing | SciShow Kids

    The Ancient Animal Crossing | SciShow Kids

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    Join Squeaks and Jessi as they learn about a time when lots of animals switched places -- like bears, sloths, armadillos, and more.Hosted by: Jessi Knudsen Castaeda (she/her/they/them)Second Grade Next Generation Science StandardsDisciplinary Core Ideas:L

  • 00:55 First passages of Herculaneum scroll deciphered by AI

    First passages of Herculaneum scroll deciphered by AI

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    The famous Herculaneum scroll, an ancient library of papyrus scrolls found buried by the Mount Vesuvius eruption in 79AD, has been deciphered by artificial intelligence (AI). Three students, taking part in the Vesuvius challenge, used algorithms to scan t

  • 05:32 The real reason dodo birds went extinct - Leon Claessens

    The real reason dodo birds went extinct - Leon Claessens

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    Uncover the most common misperceptions about dodos, and find out the truth of how the flightless birds actually went extinct.--Dodos are commonly considered brainless, blundering birds that were poorly adapted and doomed to die off, making their human-med

  • 01:35 Why do dogs wag their tails?

    Why do dogs wag their tails?

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    New research suggests human instinct is why our canine companions tail wag.

  • 24:33 What's inside this crater in Madagascar?

    What's inside this crater in Madagascar?

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    On satellite imagery, we spotted a village inside a strange crater in Madagascar. We set out to learn how it got there.Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjORight in the center of the island nation of Madagascar theres a strange, almost perfectly

  • 05:46 The Ancient Animal With a Boomerang Head! | SciShow Kids

    The Ancient Animal With a Boomerang Head! | SciShow Kids

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    Squeaks and Jessi discover an animal with a head that reminds them of a boomerang. Its name is Diplocaulus, and they'll learn all about how that funny head helped it live a very long time ago!Hosted by: Jessi Knudsen Castaeda (she/her/they/them)Teachers a

  • 00:59 Our ancestor contracted a virus - millions of years later, we still have it

    Our ancestor contracted a virus - millions of years later, we still have it

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    *****PBS Member Stations rely on viewers like you. To support your local station, go to http://to.pbs.org/DonateEons*****Produced by Complexly for PBS Digital StudiosSuper special thanks to the following Patreon patrons for helping make Eons possible:Coll

  • 00:58 Why did blinking evolve?

    Why did blinking evolve?

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    We blink all the time, but until recently, we didn't know how, why, and when blinking evolved.*****PBS Member Stations rely on viewers like you. To support your local station, go to http://to.pbs.org/DonateEons*****Produced by Complexly for PBS Digital St

  • 01:00 Snake Detection Hypothesis

    Snake Detection Hypothesis

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    *****PBS Member Stations rely on viewers like you. To support your local station, go to http://to.pbs.org/DonateEons*****Host: Blake de PastinoProduced by Complexly for PBS Digital StudiosSuper special thanks to the following Patreon patrons for helping m

  • 11:17 You're Living On An Ant Planet

    You're Living On An Ant Planet

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    How did ants take over the world? Well, it looks like they didnt achieve world domination all by themselves. They may have just been riding the wave of a totally different evolutionary explosion.*****PBS Member Stations rely on viewers like you. To suppor

  • 00:48 What is a carnivorous plant?

    What is a carnivorous plant?

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    *****PBS Member Stations rely on viewers like you. To support your local station, go to http://to.pbs.org/DonateEons*****Produced by Complexly for PBS Digital StudiosSuper special thanks to the following Patreon patrons for helping make Eons possible:Coll

  • 00:56 Theres something weird about this 105 million-year-old amber.

    Theres something weird about this 105 million-year-old amber.

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    *****PBS Member Stations rely on viewers like you. To support your local station, go to http://to.pbs.org/DonateEons*****Produced by Complexly for PBS Digital StudiosSuper special thanks to the following Patreon patrons for helping make Eons possible:Coll

  • 11:34 That Time The Ocean Lost (Almost) All Its Oxygen

    That Time The Ocean Lost (Almost) All Its Oxygen

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    Find Bizarre Beasts here! https://www.youtube.com/bizarrebeastsThis is the story of how our planet rescued itself from extreme conditions in the Cretaceous Period, at the cost of essentially suffocating the oceans for half-a-million years.*****PBS Member

  • 01:00 How did humans become (mostly) right-handed?

    How did humans become (mostly) right-handed?

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    Being right-handed may have deep evolutionary roots in our lineage.*****PBS Member Stations rely on viewers like you. To support your local station, go to http://to.pbs.org/DonateEons*****Produced by Complexly for PBS Digital StudiosSuper special thanks t

  • 10:39 Why The Giraffe Got Its Neck

    Why The Giraffe Got Its Neck

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    How and why the giraffe's neck emerged in the first place has been a mystery that generations of biologists have argued over one that has made us reconsider our understanding of how evolution actually works over and over again.*****PBS Member Stations rel

  • 1:03:31 4.5 Billion Years in 1 Hour

    4.5 Billion Years in 1 Hour

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    Learn more about how complex life evolved with our new, elaborately detailed Timeline of Evolution Poster. Available only on the kurzgesagt shop here: https://shop.kgs.link/timelineSources & further reading: https://sites.google.com/view/sources-timeline/

  • 14:38 How Scorpions Became Earths Ultimate Survivors

    How Scorpions Became Earths Ultimate Survivors

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    Were on PATREON! Join the community: https://www.patreon.com/itsokaytobesmart More info and sources below Scorpions have been terrorizing other creatures on Earth for hundreds of millions of years. Theyve evolved a perfect cocktail of venom that can mess

  • 03:40 Is Bigger Better?

    Is Bigger Better?

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    This video was made in partnership with Popsci! They recently published their "Muscles" issue, and wrote an article to go along with this video that you can read here: https://popsci.com/environment/strongest-animal-by-weightElephants might be strong, but

  • 04:01 The WEIRD Way Monkeys Got to America

    The WEIRD Way Monkeys Got to America

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    Many of the greatest biological dispersal events in history likely happened because animals inadvertently traveled across the oceans on floating debris.LEARN MORE**************To learn more about this topic, start your googling with these keywords: - Ocea

  • 04:29 Should More Species Be Extinct?

    Should More Species Be Extinct?

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    Watch these amazing rewilding videos from our friends at Planet Wild, in which theyre saving Europes cutest bird from extinction or resurrecting a dying forest. Saving Europes cutest bird: www.planetwild.com/minuteearth/4 Forest resurrection: www.planetwi

  • 04:26 Why Most Fossils Are Incomplete

    Why Most Fossils Are Incomplete

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    In 1990, fossil collectors in South Dakota stumbled across a dinosaur that turned out to be a really big deal. Not just because it was a T. rex basically the most popular dino out there or because it ended up in Chicagos famous Field Museum but because of

  • 03:31 Ancient Humans Made Millions Of These - We Dont Know Why

    Ancient Humans Made Millions Of These - We Dont Know Why

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    The Acheulean handaxe was the most common tool of early humans, but we still dont know what the heck they used it for.LEARN MORE**************To learn more about this topic, start your googling with these keywords: - Acheulean handaxe: large, chipped ston

  • 11:26 Popular Ancient Life as Old as the Universe

    Ancient Life as Old as the Universe

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    WORLDWIDE SHIPPING AVAILABLE The 12,024 Human Era Calendar has landed! https://shop.kgs.link/12024Join us on an exploration of how different cosmic conditions could shape unique worlds and civilizations.Stocks are highly limited, so dont miss your chance

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  • 19:21 This Baby Dinosaur Grows from 2 to 2,000 POUNDS! | DINO POPS

    This Baby Dinosaur Grows from 2 to 2,000 POUNDS! | DINO POPS

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    WATCH MORE https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=UULFPwiAPYRT1JCna3GYf-vkCg SUBSCRIBE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPwiAPYRT1JCna3GYf-vkCg?sub_confirmation=1Travel through different eras to meet a Triceratops, a baby Mussaurus and the Dilophosaurus!Se

  • 02:23 Popular  What Are the 7 Wonders of the Ancient World?  | COLOSSAL SONGS

    What Are the 7 Wonders of the Ancient World? | COLOSSAL SONGS

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    WATCH MORE https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=UULFPwiAPYRT1JCna3GYf-vkCg SUBSCRIBE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPwiAPYRT1JCna3GYf-vkCg?sub_confirmation=1Welcome to Colossal Cranium where you can find endless answers to all of life's most pressing

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  • 19:15 Let's Learn About the Fast & Feathered Velociraptor! | DINO POPS

    Let's Learn About the Fast & Feathered Velociraptor! | DINO POPS

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    WATCH MORE https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=UULFPwiAPYRT1JCna3GYf-vkCg SUBSCRIBE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPwiAPYRT1JCna3GYf-vkCg?sub_confirmation=1On this episode of Dino Pops, we learn about how dinosaurs use their heads, fins, and even toe

  • 19:10 Let's Learn about the Show-Off Stegosaurus | DINO POPS

    Let's Learn about the Show-Off Stegosaurus | DINO POPS

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    WATCH MORE https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=UULFPwiAPYRT1JCna3GYf-vkCg SUBSCRIBE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPwiAPYRT1JCna3GYf-vkCg?sub_confirmation=1Dinosaurs have cool features that make them unique and remembered to this day! In this episode

  • 05:29 How evolution creates problem-solving machines | Michael Levin

    How evolution creates problem-solving machines | Michael Levin

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    Evolution doesnt fix things it reinvents them. Michael Levin, a biologist, explains.This interview is an episode from @The-Well, our publication about ideas that inspire a life well-lived, created with the @JohnTempletonFoundation. Subscribe to The Well o

  • 19:22 Meet The Teeny-Tiny & Speedy Fruitadens! | DINO POPS

    Meet The Teeny-Tiny & Speedy Fruitadens! | DINO POPS

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    WATCH MORE https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=UULFPwiAPYRT1JCna3GYf-vkCg SUBSCRIBE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPwiAPYRT1JCna3GYf-vkCg?sub_confirmation=1Come along on this episode of Dino Pops as we explore the ancient world with dinosaurs like th

  • What if We Brought Back the Passenger Pigeon?

    What if We Brought Back the Passenger Pigeon?

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    From the woolly mammoth to the passenger pigeon, extinct species once maintained the balance of the earths delicate ecosystems. But human interference has resulted in dramatic loss of biodiversity. Can science restore what has been lost? In this episode o

  • 19:16 Let's Learn About the Unbreakable Allosaurus | DINO POPS | Full Episode

    Let's Learn About the Unbreakable Allosaurus | DINO POPS | Full Episode

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    WATCH MORE https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=UULFPwiAPYRT1JCna3GYf-vkCg SUBSCRIBE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPwiAPYRT1JCna3GYf-vkCg?sub_confirmation=1These awesome dinosaurs can run like the wind, jump high and hide in the blink of an eye!Set i

  • 06:04 No-one built these for 5,000 years until now.

    No-one built these for 5,000 years until now.

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    Long barrows are Neolithic constructions that might have been churches, or graveyards, or landmarks. And some are being built again: for the first time in recorded history. Soulton Long Barrow: https://www.soultonhall.co.uk/page/322/soulton-long-barrow.ht

  • 00:48 The longest meat-eating dinosaur: Spinosaurus! #shorts #scishowkids #science #dinosaur

    The longest meat-eating dinosaur: Spinosaurus! #shorts #scishowkids #science #dinosaur

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    Hosted by: Jessi Knudsen Castaeda (she/her/they/them)Michal Richardson: WriterKyle Nackers: Fact CheckerAlex Billow: Script EditorMadison Lynn: VideographerAimee Roberts: PuppeteerSam Schultz: Script SupervisorStefan Chin: EditorSavannah Geary: Associate

  • 04:39 An Archeological Dig in Michigan Turns Up Some Surprising Artifacts

    An Archeological Dig in Michigan Turns Up Some Surprising Artifacts

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    Archeologists have found a small mountain of artifacts buried in a farm field that show the presence of some of the first peoples to inhabit the Americas.

  • 19:20 Let's Learn About the T-Rex! | DINO POPS | Full Episode

    Let's Learn About the T-Rex! | DINO POPS | Full Episode

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    WATCH MORE https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=UULFPwiAPYRT1JCna3GYf-vkCg SUBSCRIBE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPwiAPYRT1JCna3GYf-vkCg?sub_confirmation=1Lets hop through time and travel to places around the world and learn about dinosaurs like the

  • 05:09 A 5,300-year-old murder mystery - Albert Zink

    A 5,300-year-old murder mystery - Albert Zink

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    Get to know the story of tzi the Iceman, a 5,300-year-old glacier mummy who researchers discovered had been murdered.--In September 1991, two hikers discovered a corpse emerging from the ice. Researchers soon realized they were looking at the mummified bo

  • 02:19 Dinosaurs Compilation | Learning for Kids | Highlights Kids

    Dinosaurs Compilation | Learning for Kids | Highlights Kids

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    Click to Subscribe to Highlights Kids: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4p_YSvJlJpEhAh5PMyhkiQ?sub_confirmation=1Highlights is a beloved global media brand dedicated to helping children become curious, creative, caring, and confident through engaging con

  • 13:57 Did We Domesticate Plants--or Did They Domesticate Us? The Answer Might Not be so Clear.

    Did We Domesticate Plants--or Did They Domesticate Us? The Answer Might Not be so Clear.

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    Did humans domesticate plants, or did they domesticate us? Archaeologists at atalhyk, a 9,000-year-old site in Turkey, offer lessons on how agriculture and other major innovations can yield unexpected long-term consequences for human society and the world

  • 05:44 Slow motion tongues offer a snapshot of evolution

    Slow motion tongues offer a snapshot of evolution

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    Read the article: https://www.science.org/content/article/how-tongue-shaped-life-on-earthAn early interest in feeding ecology led evolutionary biologist Kurt Scwhenk to study the tongues of lizards. Like Darwins finches, the various forms and functions of

  • 05:25 Popular Why did Megalodon go extinct? - Jack Cooper and Catalina Pimiento

    Why did Megalodon go extinct? - Jack Cooper and Catalina Pimiento

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    Dive into the oceans depths to see how the gigantic megalodon ruled the seas, and find out what caused its extinction.20 million years ago, the ocean housed a creature so colossal that its stomach could reach volumes of almost 10,000 liters big enough to

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  • 14:47 The Deadly Chemistry That Made Life Interesting

    The Deadly Chemistry That Made Life Interesting

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    Were on PATREON! Join the community: https://www.patreon.com/itsokaytobesmart More info and sources below Lifes been around on Earth for at least 3.7 billion years. But for most of that time, it was incredibly boring just simple little cells squirming aro

  • 11:09 Why Does Every Animal Look Like This?

    Why Does Every Animal Look Like This?

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    Thank you to Brilliant for supporting PBSTo learn more, go to: https://brilliant.org/BeSmart/ More info and sources below In the race to survive, both predators and prey use visual tricks to get ahead. One nearly universal trick is countershading, a color

  • 00:46 Why did dinosaurs go extinct? | SciShow Kids

    Why did dinosaurs go extinct? | SciShow Kids

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    Hosted by: Jessi Knudsen Castaeda (she/her/they/them)JD Voyek: WriterKeren Turton: Fact CheckerStefan Chin: EditorJosef "Tuna" Metesh: Sound DesignerFaith Evelyn Schmidt: Associate ProducerDaniel Comiskey: Editorial DirectorSarah Suta: ProducerNicole Swee

  • 06:38 Sea Monsters Of The Past | SciShow Kids

    Sea Monsters Of The Past | SciShow Kids

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    Teachers and parents: scroll down to check out the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) for this episode!Squeaks is so excited to learn all about ancient sea monsters, like the plesiosaurs and mosasaurs! We'll also take a look at a fish wearing armor

  • 05:17 Why do we have crooked teeth when our ancestors didnt? - G. Richard Scott

    Why do we have crooked teeth when our ancestors didnt? - G. Richard Scott

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    Explore the prevailing scientific theory of why crooked teeth and impacted wisdom teeth are recent developments in human evolution.--According to the fossil record, ancient humans usually had straight teeth, complete with wisdom teeth. In fact, the dental

  • 24:39 Around The Globe: Exploring Egypt | Nightly News: Kids Edition

    Around The Globe: Exploring Egypt | Nightly News: Kids Edition

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    We share the best ways to fight off those viruses and how to feel better this winter. Let it snow: We head to ski slopes to check out the science behind snow making. Around the globe: We travel to Egypt to learn about the countrys kings, rich history and

  • 03:42 Deep Diving In Underwater Meteorite Caves | Earth: The Power Of The Planet | BBC Earth Lab

    Deep Diving In Underwater Meteorite Caves | Earth: The Power Of The Planet | BBC Earth Lab

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    Descending deep underground in the jungles of Mexico, Bernadette and her team explore the vast network of cenotes that provide evidence of a colossal meteorite impact, one that was vital to the survival of the human race...Best of Earth Lab: http://bit.ly

  • 19:11 The Insane Evolution of: Flight

    The Insane Evolution of: Flight

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    Watch the first episode of Becoming Human on Nebula: https://nebula.tv/videos/realscience-bipedalismWatch this episode ad-free on Nebula: https://nebula.tv/videos/realscience-the-insane-evolution-of-flightPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/realscienceInstag

  • 57:37 Richard Dawkins - CHRISTMAS LECTURES 1991 - Growing up in the Universe

    Richard Dawkins - CHRISTMAS LECTURES 1991 - Growing up in the Universe

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    The world-famous evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins presents the Royal Institution CHRISTMAS LECTURES in 1991. Original broadcast live on the BBC, the series explored "our own growing knowledge of how life grows up in the universe."This is the first l

  • 13:26 Mysteries of Pyramids | pyramid of egypt #pyramids #pyramidofgiza #pyramid #egyptpyramid

    Mysteries of Pyramids | pyramid of egypt #pyramids #pyramidofgiza #pyramid #egyptpyramid

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    Mysteries of Pyramids | pyramid of egypt #pyramids #pyramidofgiza #pyramid #egyptpyramid #gizapyramid If you like the video don't forget to like and subscribe to our channel, until then stay safe and curious.Check out our Hindi Channel - https://youtube.c

  • 45:59 DNA family secrets - with Turi King

    DNA family secrets - with Turi King

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    What's behind the rise in the use of DNA in genealogy and forensics? Find out with the BBC's favourite genealogist, Professor Turi King, including the first immigration case and her work identifying the bones of King Richard III.Watch the Q&A with Turi he

  • 05:07 Archaeologists discover oldest known sentence in first alphabet -BBC News

    Archaeologists discover oldest known sentence in first alphabet -BBC News

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    The oldest known sentence in the ancient language of Canaanites has been decoded by at team of Israeli archaeologists. The inscription was discovered on an ivory head-lice comb, unearthed at Tel Lachish, an ancient city in the Biblical Kingdom of Judah. E

  • 05:58 Popular Whats hidden in Arctic ice? - Brendan Rogers and Jessica Howard

    Whats hidden in Arctic ice? - Brendan Rogers and Jessica Howard

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    Discover what scientists have found buried in the Arctic permafrost, and find out the far-reaching effects of its melting. --In June 2022, a gold miner in the Canadian Yukon made a remarkable discovery. While working on the traditional lands of the Trondk

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  • 59:13 Christmas Lectures 2022: Lecture 1/3  with Sue Black

    Christmas Lectures 2022: Lecture 1/3 with Sue Black

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    Discover the secrets of forensic science as Professor Dame Sue Black tells the story of a 1,000 year old skeleton, in the first of the Royal Institution's annual Christmas lectures for 2022. Watch the second lecture here: https://youtu.be/yIFcRjCq0TQWatch

  • 15:15 Horrible Creations | Horrible Histories

    Horrible Creations | Horrible Histories

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    Subscribe for more Horrible History: http://bit.ly/HorribleHistoriesSubscribeVisit our website: horrible-histories.co.ukFrom the invention of the sandwich to the creation of aBook, let's take a look at some of the most amazing creations from Horrible Hist

  • Ancient Amazon Peoples | Native America | PBS

    Ancient Amazon Peoples | Native America | PBS

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    Official Website: https://to.pbs.org/2DdzTCv | #NativeAmericaPBSAncient Amazon art suggests people have been in the Americas much longer than previously thought. Watch full episodes of Native America at https://to.pbs.org/2DdzTCv.This program is made poss

  • 00:45 We Can Bring Back Extinct Animals!?  #shorts #education

    We Can Bring Back Extinct Animals!? #shorts #education

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    Bring Back the Mammoth! They were cute!Watch more: How Do We Stop Looking Old? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDuWe1PK4IU&t=0sCheck out the team that powers Life Noggin! https://www.lifespan.io/life-noggin/Follow the Life Noggin Team!Director/Voice - Pat

  • 04:11 Can Humans Evolve Quickly Like Pokmon?

    Can Humans Evolve Quickly Like Pokmon?

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    Super Charged Evolution? Humans are just like Pokmon!Learn more about the SENS Research Foundation's End of Year Fundraiser here - https://www.sens.org/eoy2022/SENS Website: https://bit.ly/SENSLNSENS Intro: https://bit.ly/SENSIntroEnter to become a Life N

  • 05:22 Quetzalcoatlus: The Biggest Animal Who Ever Flew! | The Science of Flight | SciShow Kids

    Quetzalcoatlus: The Biggest Animal Who Ever Flew! | The Science of Flight | SciShow Kids

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    Teachers and parents: scroll down to check out the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) for this episode!The birds you see around today might not be that big, but a long time ago, there was a flying animal the size of some airplanes!Third Grade Next G

  • 13:17 Popular Earth currently experiencing a sixth mass extinction, according to scientists | 60 Minutes

    Earth currently experiencing a sixth mass extinction, according to scientists | 60 Minutes

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    Leading biologist tells Scott Pelley humans would need “five more Earths” to maintain our current way of life. #60Minutes #News #Extinction "60 Minutes" is the most successful television broadcast in history. Offering hard-hitting investigativ

  • 09:46 Who Built The LARGEST City In The World? | Legendary Locations

    Who Built The LARGEST City In The World? | Legendary Locations

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    Josh Gates explores some of the biggest monuments and megastructures around the world. Catch full episodes of your favourite Discovery Channel shows on discovery+: https://bit.ly/3OPbPpnSubscribe to Discovery UK for more great clips:http://www.youtube.com

  • 08:19 What Did South Dakota Look Like 65 Million Years Ago? | When Dinosaurs Roamed America

    What Did South Dakota Look Like 65 Million Years Ago? | When Dinosaurs Roamed America

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    John Goodman takes us back 65 million years ago to when Triceratops andT-rex's roamed the americas. Catch full episodes of your favourite Discovery Channel shows on discovery+: https://bit.ly/3uXgONaSubscribe to Discovery UK for more great clips:http://ww

  • 04:04 Oldest DNA Ever Found Reveals Secrets of the Ancient Arctic

    Oldest DNA Ever Found Reveals Secrets of the Ancient Arctic

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    Scientists have retrieved the oldest DNA ever, which points to an ecosystem unlike anything on Earth today. Read the NOVA Next article: https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/article... PRODUCTION CREDITS: Digital Producer: Emily Zendt Production Assistance: Abe M

  • 06:58 Who Carved These Mysterious Lines in the Desert?

    Who Carved These Mysterious Lines in the Desert?

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    The Nazca were an ancient group of farmers and fishermen that used desert plateaus as a canvas for giant geoglyphs. But some of these drawings pre-date the Nazca. Who created them and why? Follow on social for more NOVA content! Twitter: https://twitter.c

  • 09:21 Why 18,000 Bones Are Hidden In This Smithsonian Warehouse | Colossal Collections | Business Insider

    Why 18,000 Bones Are Hidden In This Smithsonian Warehouse | Colossal Collections | Business Insider

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    The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History has over 18,000 specimens in its marine mammal bone collection, notably featuring a rare 8.5-foot adult Rice's whale skull. This collection is so large in both size and scale that it has outgrown the muse

  • 02:46 New Fossil May Reveal Clues to Dinosaurs' Final Days

    New Fossil May Reveal Clues to Dinosaurs' Final Days

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  • 10:51 When Pterosaurs Walked

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  • 11:40 Where Are All the Medium-Sized Dinosaurs?

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  • 06:17 Dinosaur Size: The Biggest Paradox on Earth Was Just Solved

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  • 00:53 Skunk-like mammal, Orretherium tzen, co-existed with dinosaurs | CBC Kids News

    Skunk-like mammal, Orretherium tzen, co-existed with dinosaurs | CBC Kids News

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  • 17:17 The Longest-Running Evolution Experiment

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    Archeologists have discovered a mystery at the bottom of Lake Huron

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  • 01:09 Massive Dinosaur Species Discovered in Australian Outback

    Massive Dinosaur Species Discovered in Australian Outback

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    Earth was once a planet of the apesand they set the stage for human evolution

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  • 03:02 Hungry teen dinosaurs crowded out their competitors

    Hungry teen dinosaurs crowded out their competitors

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  • 03:05 Prehistoric Dinosaur Bird Fossils Found in China Are Amazingly Detailed | Smithsonian Channel

    Prehistoric Dinosaur Bird Fossils Found in China Are Amazingly Detailed | Smithsonian Channel

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  • 01:51 New Study Finds that the T-Rex was Actually a Slow Walker

    New Study Finds that the T-Rex was Actually a Slow Walker

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  • 01:11 Remains of Unknown Dinosaur Species Found in Worlds Driest Desert

    Remains of Unknown Dinosaur Species Found in Worlds Driest Desert

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  • 01:21 Ancient Sea Creature Unveiled

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  • 01:14 Dinosaur That Looked Like a Giant Chicken Hunted in Complete Darkness

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  • 01:20 Could This Billion-Year-Old Fossil Be The Oldest Multicellular Animal on Record?

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  • 03:36 Ancient fish share a key feature of human vision

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  • 01:00 Scientists Rethink What May Have Been the First Animal on Earth

    Scientists Rethink What May Have Been the First Animal on Earth

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    How Humans Became (Mostly) Right-Handed

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  • 12:48 The Genes We Lost Along the Way

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  • 09:06 Ancient Mammals Made Dinos Look Like Puppies

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  • 20:15 What is Impossible in Evolution?

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  • 19:19 Solving the Mystery of the Ghost Orchid | Seeker Indie

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  • 08:09 The Chemical Origins of Life

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  • 05:00 Popular Why didn't this 2,000 year old body decompose? - Carolyn Marshall

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  • 02:16 Popular Why Don't People Have Tails? | COLOSSAL QUESTIONS

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  • 08:36 Popular If Humans Never Appeared, What Creature Rules Earth?

    If Humans Never Appeared, What Creature Rules Earth?

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  • 09:10 14 Ancient Monsters Terrified Even Dinosaurs

    14 Ancient Monsters Terrified Even Dinosaurs

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  • 10:39 How Ancient Art Captured Australian Megafauna

    How Ancient Art Captured Australian Megafauna

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  • 09:31 The Two Viruses That Weve Had For Millions of Years

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  • 11:31 When a Billion Years Disappeared

    When a Billion Years Disappeared

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  • 08:33 When the Rainforests Collapsed

    When the Rainforests Collapsed

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  • 10:07 The Pandemic That Lasted 15 Million Years

    The Pandemic That Lasted 15 Million Years

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  • 11:03 The Reign of the Hell Ants

    The Reign of the Hell Ants

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  • 08:40 What Happened to the World's Biggest Beaver?

    What Happened to the World's Biggest Beaver?

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  • 09:12 Are We Living In the Sixth Extinction?

    Are We Living In the Sixth Extinction?

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  • 03:17 Popular King Tutankhamun's Trumpets played after 3000+ Years

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  • 02:50 Popular Why Do Animals Go Extinct? | COLOSSAL QUESTIONS

    Why Do Animals Go Extinct? | COLOSSAL QUESTIONS

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  • 03:00 What Can You Learn From Ancient Poop?

    What Can You Learn From Ancient Poop?

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    Egypt Sacred Sites: FULL EPISODE | Smithsonian Channel

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  • 11:03 The Triassic Reptile With "Two Faces"

    The Triassic Reptile With "Two Faces"

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  • 11:01 When the Earth Suddenly Stopped Warming

    When the Earth Suddenly Stopped Warming

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    For decades, scientists have been studying the cause of the Younger Dryas, and trying to figure out if something like it could happen again. And it turns out that what caused this event is the subject of a heated debate.Thanks to these wonderful paleoarti

  • 09:35 When Lizards Took Over the World

    When Lizards Took Over the World

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