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  • 26:26 Face of America: The Ellis Island Immigration Museum

    Face of America: The Ellis Island Immigration Museum

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    More than 100 million Americans can trace their ancestry to New York's Ellis Island. Hear some of their fascinating stories about their voyage to America in this Great Museums TV special produced for Public Television. For more information, visit http://g

  • 20:33 3 (More) Unexpected Stories Behind Your Favorite Video Games

    3 (More) Unexpected Stories Behind Your Favorite Video Games

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    What ever happened to the Street Fighter II champion who simply disappeared one day? How did one man become Nintendos Original Gaming Master? And how did a game so bad become so iconic? Join us as we delve into the untold stories behind your favorite vide

  • 03:38 What Would REALLY Happen If You Cloned Yourself?

    What Would REALLY Happen If You Cloned Yourself?

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    What happens when we clone things? Is cloning people even possible? Watch more: “Could We Bring Extinct Animals Back To Life?” ►► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8oLhvD9mNso Subscribe: https://bit.ly/SubLifeNoggin | Get your exclusive Life Noggin merch: h

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  • 03:15 The Lost Kingdom of Sudan | BBC Earth

    The Lost Kingdom of Sudan | BBC Earth

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    Subscribe to BBC Earth for more amazing animal videos - http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSub Watch more videos from BBC Earth: Planet Earth http://bit.ly/PlanetEarthPlaylist Blue Planet http://bit.ly/BluePlanetPlaylist Planet Earth II http://bit.ly/PlanetEarthIIPlay

  • 01:15 The Tiny Mossy Frog Clings for Survival

    The Tiny Mossy Frog Clings for Survival

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    This little guy is a mossy frog. Located predominantly in the flooded caves of Vietnam, these tiny amphibians have a very unique camouflage to ward off prey. With their blotchy green and brown skin, they can easily hide in plain sight by blending in with

  • 02:16 The Birdman of Chennai

    The Birdman of Chennai

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    Twice a day, Joseph Sekar goes to the roof of his camera repair shop in Chennai, India, and feeds 8,000 parakeets. That's right, 8,000 birds, twice a day. He spends 40% of his income on feeding the birds, who were displaced after the 2006 Southeast Asia f

  • 01:04 This Beautiful Parrot May Be the World's Smartest Bird

    This Beautiful Parrot May Be the World's Smartest Bird

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    The red-sided eclectus parrot is native to the island of New Guinea and is considered to be one of the most intelligent birds in the world. Males sport a predominantly green coat of feathers while females have mostly red plumage, and until the 20th centur

  • 02:53 Making a Homemade Composter! | Full-Time Kid | PBS Parents

    Making a Homemade Composter! | Full-Time Kid | PBS Parents

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    Turn any plastic bottle into your own DIY composter! Compost is a great way to think sustainably in your kitchen and turn food waste into nutrient-rich soil for your garden. This activity uses recyclable materials in to make environmental science quick, s

  • 24:01 Gerard Schwarz gives a Conducting Lesson

    Gerard Schwarz gives a Conducting Lesson

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    Great video that teaches you about music and how a conductor conducts music from a musical score. You will learn what all those arm movements mean and basic musical notation.Beethoven's famous Symphony No. 5 in C Minor is used as an example as Gerard Schw

  • 56:43 China: West Meets East at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

    China: West Meets East at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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    The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City is home to the finest collection of Chinese masterpieces of any museum outside of China. Produced for Public Television by Great Museums TV. For more information, visit http://greatmuseums.org.

  • 02:26 Like Volleyball With Your Feet: The Korean Sport of Jokgu

    Like Volleyball With Your Feet: The Korean Sport of Jokgu

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    With a history that dates back over 1,300 years, jokgu is the only ball sport that originated in South Korea. It requires great skill, balance and technique. Picture four-per-side volleyball on grass, but played with the feet, and you have the basic idea.

  • 03:25 Bill Nye the Science Guy Demonstrates the Stirling Engine

    Bill Nye the Science Guy Demonstrates the Stirling Engine

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    Bill Nye the Science Guy provides a great demonstration of the Stirling Engine for teachers and students to use in their classrooms. See more science videos and tutorials from Bill Nye at www.sophia.org/billnye

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  • 02:40 Inside Jurassic Park’s Most Iconic Special Effect

    Inside Jurassic Park’s Most Iconic Special Effect

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    Steven Spielberg’s 1993 film “Jurassic Park” was a landmark cinematic achievement due in large part to its groundbreaking special effects. But it wasn’t the appearance of the raptors, the brontosaurus or the T. Rex that caused Spielberg and his crew to th

  • 02:30 The Wheels On The Bus | Brown Bus Version | Nursery Song | Kids Videos | Chidren's Learning Rhyme

    The Wheels On The Bus | Brown Bus Version | Nursery Song | Kids Videos | Chidren's Learning Rhyme

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    This Educational Song is a Busy Beavers take on a Classic Nursery Rhyme. "Wheels On The Bus" is a Popular Song and Great to Sing Along to Thanks for Watching, Sharing & Commenting Subscribe for Fresh Uploads 3 Times a Week! http://bit.ly/YOUTUBE-SUBSCRIBE

  • 03:57 Radio Free Orca: A Broadcast for World Peace

    Radio Free Orca: A Broadcast for World Peace

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    In the 1960s, Paul Spong was a young neuroscientist at the University of British Columbia. Then, part of his job was to study orcas (or killer whales) at an aquarium. But Spong quickly understood how badly these highly sentient, intelligent creatures suff

  • 02:30 The Wheels On The Bus | Purple Bus Version | Kids Nursery Rhymes | Children's Learning Songs

    The Wheels On The Bus | Purple Bus Version | Kids Nursery Rhymes | Children's Learning Songs

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    This Fun Song is a Busy Beavers take on a Classic Nursery Rhyme. "Wheels On The Bus" is a Popular Song and Great to Sing Along to Thanks for Watching, Sharing & Commenting Subscribe for Fresh Uploads 3 Times a Week! http://bit.ly/YOUTUBE-SUBSCRIBE Love th

  • 11:14 Fighting Poachers in an Island Paradise

    Fighting Poachers in an Island Paradise

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    In a fragile ecosystem, how do you conserve limited resources for future generations? That's the question that the small Pacific island nation of Palau is grappling with as it tries to combat illegal fishing. The country's rich marine ecosystem is now at

  • 10:09 Branching Out With 5 Stories About Trees

    Branching Out With 5 Stories About Trees

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    If a tree falls in a forest, and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound? Well answer that philosophical question in this reel. Actually, we wont. But it is something to ponder. Deeply. Perhaps you can share your thoughts below. You must have so

  • 03:00 “Santa Claus Is Coming To Town“ | Busy Beavers, Babies, Toddlers, Preschool Christmas Carol

    “Santa Claus Is Coming To Town“ | Busy Beavers, Babies, Toddlers, Preschool Christmas Carol

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    Kids Love this Classic Christmas Carol “Santa Claus Is Coming To Town“. Babies, toddlers, preschoolers, kindergarten kids love to sing and dance along to Xmas Carols. A great way for children to learn English. Love this Video? Check Out the Busy Beaver TV

  • 01:27 The Tiny Fox Making A Bold Comeback

    The Tiny Fox Making A Bold Comeback

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    Weighing only five pounds, the cute island fox was once thriving on the Channel Islands off the coast of California. But after the arrival of the golden eagle, its population started to dwindle. The species is now federally listed as endangered, having be

  • 05:40 GIANT Solar Eclipse Bag! Incredible Back To School Science Experiments

    GIANT Solar Eclipse Bag! Incredible Back To School Science Experiments

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    This giant solar bag is sure to amaze. It's like having your own solar eclipse in a way because it blocks out the sun lol Buy it Here: http://www.incrediblescience.com/huge-solar-bag-50-feet.html Make this 50-foot Solar Bag rise high in the air, simply by

  • 08:14 What Really Happened to the Library of Alexandria?

    What Really Happened to the Library of Alexandria?

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    Picture the Recipe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEBtDzuikFw24LPsgGyW1AQ If you happen to like our videos and have a few bucks to spare to support our efforts, check out our Patreon page where we've got a variety of perks for our Patrons, including Si

  • 04:42 10 Egg Hacks

    10 Egg Hacks

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    10 Great Egg Hacks For You to Try at Home :)hope you enjoy these egg cooking tricks, see the longer version of this video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hGHGLlxlvBw thanks for watching :D

  • 01:21 The Small, but Mighty, Hercules Beetle

    The Small, but Mighty, Hercules Beetle

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    Reaching up to 17 cm in length, the Hercules beetle is one of the largest insects in the world. They’re commonly identified by the characteristic horn-like pincers found on male beetles. Just like its heroic namesake, these little guys are strong. They ca

  • 02:51 Snowboarding Without the Snow

    Snowboarding Without the Snow

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    How many people can say they invented a sport? Very few, and Jason Lee is among them. In the early 1990s, Lee and a buddy built a snowboard/skateboard hybrid with a little mountain bike thrown in, dubbed it the mountainboard and created what would become

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  • 01:34 Don’t Blink: Japan’s Abandoned Sculpture Garden

    Don’t Blink: Japan’s Abandoned Sculpture Garden

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    Hidden in the town of Osawano, Japan is a sculpture garden with 800 lifelike statues of Buddhist deities alongside replicas of real people. Commissioned by Mutsuo Furukawa, this collection was recently re-discovered in 2016 by a photographer who stumbled

  • 02:35 Protecting Our Oceans from Ghost Traps

    Protecting Our Oceans from Ghost Traps

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    At any given time, there are thought to be over 360,000 tons of loose fishing gear floating through our oceans. These disregarded pieces of debris are a danger to our aquatic ecosystems, trapping fish, turtles, birds and even whales. Kurt Lieber assembled

  • 11:01 How To Make Marshmallow Fondant - Baking Basics

    How To Make Marshmallow Fondant - Baking Basics

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    What other Baking Basics would you like me to make a video on?SUBSCRIBE https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=rosannapansinoNERDY NUMMIES COOKBOOK: http://www.RosannaPansino.com/the-nerdy-nummies-cookbook/ADD ME ON:Facebook: http://www.face

  • 10:19 13 COOL DIY IDEAS FOR BOOKS

    13 COOL DIY IDEAS FOR BOOKS

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    Check out these amazing ideas for your books and notebooks! Stylish bookmarks design, cute clutch from an old notebook and many more great ideas to come! ;) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-Minute

  • 01:00 Behold the Scorpion King

    Behold the Scorpion King

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    This is the dictator scorpion. With the ability to grow up to 8 inches in length, it’s one of the largest scorpion species in the world. But despite its size, these guys have relatively weak venom, relying instead on their enormous claws to catch their pr

  • 01:19 This Pink Winged Stick Insect is Hiding in Plain Sight

    This Pink Winged Stick Insect is Hiding in Plain Sight

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    This is a pink winged stick insect at the Montreal Zoo. These guys have quite the camouflage on them. Despite growing up to 21 inches in length, these insects are able to hide in plain sight, blending in among sticks and foliage. As camouflage is their pr

  • 03:14 The Vultureman of Spain

    The Vultureman of Spain

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    Manuel Aguilera wants you to know theres no reason to fear vultures. The ornithological guide has gone as far as climbing into an animal carcass to get closer to the birds of prey. Hes spent 40 years studying the griffon vulture, and has dedicated his car

  • 09:36 The 1908 Election Explained

    The 1908 Election Explained

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    A super fun overview of the 1908 electoral Presidential contest between Howard Taft and William Jennings Bryan. Check out the series here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8C7B72D8B769A0A0 Be sure to check out the video arsenal at www.hiphughes.com

  • 01:52 Hanging With the Spider-Man of the Science Department

    Hanging With the Spider-Man of the Science Department

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    Like most superheroes, Moises Vazquez prefers to keep his identity hidden—however, unlike most other costumed crusaders, you can find Vazquez in the front of a classroom. The 27-year-old, who dresses up as Spider-Man for his classes, teaches science at th

  • 16:47 The Dark Past of Sea Monkeys

    The Dark Past of Sea Monkeys

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    This is the story of how a tiny, magical creature was transformed into a cultural phenomenon by inventor, marketing genius and complicated eccentric Harold von Braunhut. Full of fun facts (both charming and disturbing), Just Add Water is a colorful short

  • 02:17 5 Genius Thanksgiving Leftover Hacks

    5 Genius Thanksgiving Leftover Hacks

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    Make Thanksgiving last all week long. Check out more awesome videos at BuzzFeedVideo! http://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedvideo MUSIC The Daydream Generator Licensed via Warner Chappell Production Music Inc. STILLS Piece of Pumpkin Pie on a Saucer AlexMax / Thinkstoc

  • 01:56 Minecraft sound FX on Violin

    Minecraft sound FX on Violin

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    Every sound in this video is violin produced. I think this is a great way to explore the sound possibilities of the violin. Feel free to subscribe! I'll be working on other games as well :)

  • 01:16 Don’t Mess with the Texas Horned Lizard

    Don’t Mess with the Texas Horned Lizard

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    This vicious-looking guy is a Texas horned lizard. They’re defensive critters, with the horns to prove it. Frequently preyed upon by other animals, their distinct coloration and ability to inflate or flatten their bodies allow these lizards to hide in pla

  • 02:55 Deciphering the Secret Language of Whales

    Deciphering the Secret Language of Whales

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    Fabrice Schnöller is on a mission to unlock the secret language of sperm whales, the largest predators on Earth. Founder of the DAREWIN Project, Fabrice’s goal is to record sperm whale vocalizations in hopes of deciphering their means of communication. By

  • 03:04 Go Green, Go Driverless!

    Go Green, Go Driverless!

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    Would you get in a driverless car? Engineers think they could be safer and more efficient, but in this Nature Video we find out how they could be greener too. Great excuse to play with Lego! Read the paper in Nature Climate Change: http://nature.com/artic

  • 06:36 The Future of Earthquake-Proof Buildings

    The Future of Earthquake-Proof Buildings

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    SciShow is supported by Brilliant.org. Go to https://Brilliant.org/SciShow to get 20% off of an annual Premium subscription. Earthquakes are almost impossible to predict. Luckily, engineers have come up with some amazing ways to protect people the next ti

  • 02:39 Spying on Wildlife With Animal Robots

    Spying on Wildlife With Animal Robots

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    How do you record the most intimate moments in the animal kingdom? If you’re a clever English bloke, you build lookalike “spy creatures.” Filmmaker John Downer has spent much of his life capturing footage of wildlife, but it wasn’t until he and his team c

  • 03:32 Helping Others Feel The Wind in Their Hair

    Helping Others Feel The Wind in Their Hair

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    Cycling Without Age is a project founded on the ideals of Danish cycling culture - that no one, no matter what age, should be restricted from riding a bike. Teaming up with the region’s retirement homes, volunteers take the elderly out on daily bike rides

  • 02:10 10 Little Easter Eggs | Learn To Count 1-10 With Surprise Eggs | Children Nursery Song For Babies

    10 Little Easter Eggs | Learn To Count 1-10 With Surprise Eggs | Children Nursery Song For Babies

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    This Easter Version of the Famous Children's Nursery Rhyme is a Great Way to Teach Toddlers Counting from 1 to 10. This Video Teaches Fun Easter Objects like Easter Eggs, Easter Bunnies, Chocolate Treats & Baby Chicks. Thanks for Watching, Sharing & Comme

  • 01:30 Madagascar’s Eerie Forest of Stone

    Madagascar’s Eerie Forest of Stone

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    With stones rising 220 feet from the ground, Tsingy de Bemaraha Strict Nature Reserve in Madagascar casts a landscape unlike any other. Composed of large limestone structures, the stone forest was once submerged completely underwater, some 200 million yea

  • 02:39 No Roads, No Cars, Just Boats

    No Roads, No Cars, Just Boats

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    Most of us town-and-city dwellers spend our days pounding hard, paved ground. But in Giethoorn, Holland, residents float through canals. Built without roads, a series of waterways and bridges connect the town’s 2,400 residents. This incredible aquatic inf

  • 13:13 Popular World War II: Crash Course World History #38

    World War II: Crash Course World History #38

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    Crash Course World History is now available on DVD! Visit http://dft.ba/-CCWHDVD to buy a set for your home or classroom. In which John Green teaches you about World War II, aka The Great Patriotic War, aka The Big One. So how did this war happen? And wha

  • 04:21 The Pharaoh Who Found the Sphinx

    The Pharaoh Who Found the Sphinx

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    King Thutmose IV didn't build the Great Sphinx. He rediscovered it, hidden in the sand, and - according to legend - it made him king in return. From: SECRETS: The Sphinx http://bit.ly/1DnDNTa

  • 00:57 Manifest Destiny Explained In One Minute

    Manifest Destiny Explained In One Minute

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    The fastest lecture on Manifest Destiny this side of the Mississippi River. For a longer more in depth video check out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=japRb6U_FuQ And for access to hundreds of HipHughes lectures check out www.hiphughes.com

  • 01:35 The Music Hall That Algorithms Built

    The Music Hall That Algorithms Built

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    The Elbphilharmonie, in Hamburg, Germany, is a destination for music and math lovers alike. Considered one of the largest and most acoustically advanced concert halls in the world, it can seat more than 2,800 visitors at a time. The main concert hall cont

  • 01:59 At Rock Hall:  American Music Masters Week Video Blog #1

    At Rock Hall: American Music Masters Week Video Blog #1

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    Shooting for GREAT MUSEUMS' upcoming Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum special began during American Music Masters Week. The 2011 honoree was Aretha Franklin. See the Queen of Soul in this video short, along with Janis Joplin's psychedelic Porsche Cab

  • 07:30 6 Kitchen Tricks - Food Hacks

    6 Kitchen Tricks - Food Hacks

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    6 useful food tricks you can use in your home kitchenIn this video you will see six great tricks you can use in your kitchen, these are the tricks you will see: 1. Egg freshness test2. Ginger peeling trick3. Instant mayonnaise 4. Cutting board movement5.

  • 07:00 How and Why We Read: Crash Course English Literature #1

    How and Why We Read: Crash Course English Literature #1

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    In which John Green kicks off the Crash Course Literature mini series with a reasonable set of questions. Why do we read? What's the point of reading critically. John will argue that reading is about effectively communicating with other people. Unlike a d

  • 02:21 Exploring Denali National Park With Real American Sled Dogs

    Exploring Denali National Park With Real American Sled Dogs

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    In Alaska's Denali National Park, you'll find six million acres of sprawling forests, majestic mountains, active glaciers and flowing rivers. In the midst of this vast natural beauty, around two million acres of federally protected wilderness exists. Here

  • 08:38 This Solar-Powered Plane Can Circle the Globe Without Stopping | That’s Amazing

    This Solar-Powered Plane Can Circle the Globe Without Stopping | That’s Amazing

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    Some dreams are so fantastic, it takes an unprecedented bid for adventure and glory to see them blossom to fruition. Bertrand Piccard and André Borschberg, captivated by the spirit of great expeditions of the past, partnered to make the first flight acros

  • 01:34 The Volcano That Burns Blue

    The Volcano That Burns Blue

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    The Kawah Ijen volcano in Java, Indonesia is a spectacular (and dangerous) sight to behold. Unlike any other volcano in the world, Kawah Ijen emits what appear to be bright blue flames. The glow is caused not by lava, but instead by sulfuric gases that cr

  • 01:48 Popular Finger Family Humpty Dumpty | Simple English Song, Nursery Rhyme, Mommy Daddy Baby, Surprise Eggs

    Finger Family Humpty Dumpty | Simple English Song, Nursery Rhyme, Mommy Daddy Baby, Surprise Eggs

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    Teach the Names of the Members of the Family to your Kids with this Humpty Dumpty Version of the Finger Family Song. Children Love Singing Along to this Catchy Nursery Rhyme. Thanks for Watching, Sharing & Commenting Subscribe for Fresh Uploads 3 Times a

  • 02:30 How Selfies Helped Protect a Threatened Species

    How Selfies Helped Protect a Threatened Species

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    When you visit Rottnest Island, be prepared to smile. The island is home to the largest viable population of quokkas—small wallabies that are cute and camera ready. These furry creatures have become the latest internet sensation, as visitors from all over

  • 02:01 Surfing the Amazon Rivers Endless Wave

    Surfing the Amazon Rivers Endless Wave

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    The indigenous people who live along the Amazon River in Brazil have a word for the tidal bore that rushes in from the Atlantic Ocean. They call the wave Pororoca, which translates to big roar. You can actually hear it coming. Thats how loud and powerful

  • 01:12 Soaring Above the Clouds with the King of the Andes

    Soaring Above the Clouds with the King of the Andes

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    With a wingspan up to 10 feet in length, the mighty Andean condor is one of the largest flying birds in the world. Found throughout the Andes Mountains, the condor is a national symbol for many South American countries. This massive bird has a hairless he

  • 01:06 These Sapphire Tarantulas Are Losing Their Home

    These Sapphire Tarantulas Are Losing Their Home

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    This true blue beauty is a gooty sapphire tarantula at the Dallas Zoo. Native to the forests of Gooty, a small town in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh, these spiders’ bright coloring comes from tiny hairs that line their body. They are quick and extrem

  • 01:39 Ape Makes A Fire: Kanzi The Bonobo Makes A Campfire

    Ape Makes A Fire: Kanzi The Bonobo Makes A Campfire

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    Monkey Makes A Fire: Kanzi The Bonobo Makes A Campfire SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/Oc61Hj It was a pivotal moment in history that separated man from other primates. Over a million years ago humankind began to conquer its fear of fire and use it as a tool. Bu

  • 10:31 13 FUN AND CUTE EASTER DIYs

    13 FUN AND CUTE EASTER DIYs

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    Easter is next weekend! Can you believe it? Time flies! Cute grass in the eggshels, napkin bunnies and naturally dyed eggs! Check out these great decoration ideas for the upcoming feast and don't miss out on anything! :) ----------------------------------

  • 01:30 This Hairy Frogfishs Bite is Too Fast For Slow-Motion

    This Hairy Frogfishs Bite is Too Fast For Slow-Motion

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    The speed of a hairy frogfish’s bite is the result of a vacuum in its mouth that can suck in its prey in just 1/6000th of a second. It’s so fast that even slow-motion video struggles to capture it. From the Series: Great Blue Wild: Life in the

  • 02:10 Animated Sheet Music: "Confirmation" by Charlie Parker

    Animated Sheet Music: "Confirmation" by Charlie Parker

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    Once again Youtube's basic compression can't handle Bird's 16th notes. Watch it at 720p for a better experience. Charlie hits some hilariously good phrases in this solo, and the melody is great. Transcription is from the Omnibook, as usual. http://www.ama

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    Welcome to our Fresh Friday 15 of Finger Family Songs. Moms & Dads Relax while Kids Kick Back & Sing Along to the Sweet Sounds of Beavers for a Full Fifteen Mins. Hupty Dumpty Finger Family 0:08 The Family Song 1:09 Shark Finger Family 2:56 Finger Family

  • 07:41 The hidden oil patterns on bowling lanes

    The hidden oil patterns on bowling lanes

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    Every bowling lane has a hidden oil pattern. In this episode of Vox Almanac, Phil Edwards finds out what that means. Every lane has a pattern. In this episode of Vox Almanac, Phil Edwards explores how they change the game. Bowling isn’t just about a great

  • 01:28 One of the Worlds Largest Film Studios Is in This Moroccan Desert

    One of the Worlds Largest Film Studios Is in This Moroccan Desert

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    Its not a miragethere is indeed a medieval castle and a Buddhist temple in the middle of the desert in Ouarzazate, Morocco. These structures are among the massive sets at Atlas Studios. TV shows like Game of Thrones and Prison Break and films such as Glad

  • 01:21 This Gecko Is Clinging for Survival

    This Gecko Is Clinging for Survival

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    Found exclusively in the territory of New Caledonia, New Caledonian geckos are the largest living species of their kind. Growing up to 14 inches in length, a green mossy pattern coats their body, camouflaging them within their natural habitat. Unlike most

  • 03:45 Rhythmic Gymnastics: Ibara High School (1st Place)

    Rhythmic Gymnastics: Ibara High School (1st Place)

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    Great video of the Men's Rhythmic Gymnastics competition in Ibara High School at the 2019 Inter-High School Championships (1st Place) that took place in Japan.2019 1

  • 03:25 Rescuing Animals From War Zones

    Rescuing Animals From War Zones

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    Imagine being trapped in a cage as active comabt rages around you. That’s the terrifying reality for zoo animals living in war zones. Veterinarian Amir Khalil is saving as many as he can. He runs the rapid response unit of the animal rescue organization F

  • 04:13 The Ancient Hawaiian Art of Bark Cloth

    The Ancient Hawaiian Art of Bark Cloth

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    Sabra Kauka finds great joy in making the past present. A cultural practitioner on Kauai, she teaches Hawaiian children the arts of their ancestors, including kapa. In this physically demanding process, bark from the wauke plant becomes clothing and blank

  • 02:50 What If All The World’s Coral Reefs Disappeared?

    What If All The World’s Coral Reefs Disappeared?

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    Earth is currently facing the worst bleaching of coral reefs ever known in history, but what would happen if all the coral reefs died off? We've already lost 50% of the world's coral, and we're at risk of losing even more. If the world lost all its coral

  • 01:27 The Giant Anteater Carries On, 25 Million Years and Counting

    The Giant Anteater Carries On, 25 Million Years and Counting

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    Meet Peter, a giant anteater at the Santa Ana Zoo. Reaching up to 7 feet in length, these guys are the largest of the four anteater species. Without teeth, anteaters use their long tongues to catch and consume their prey. Their tongues can flick up to 150

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  • 03:36 Homemade BIRD HOUSE | Full-Time Kid | PBS Parents

    Homemade BIRD HOUSE | Full-Time Kid | PBS Parents

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    Make your own birdhouse in this simple project using all household recyclables! Birdwatching is a great outdoors activity, and by adding birdhouses to your backyard you’re creating a safe and welcoming place for more birds call home. Thanks to Workman Pub

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  • 11:50 Everyone and Everything in These Videos Is Surrounded by Water

    Everyone and Everything in These Videos Is Surrounded by Water

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    Water, water everywhere... And thats as far as were going to go in quoting Samuel Taylor Coleridges The Rime of the Ancient Mariner because it is a very long poem, and we need to get to the subject of this reel. In this compilation, were taking you to som

  • 11:58 100-Pound Vegetables, Mammoth Meals, and Grasshopper Sushi | THE SHOW, Episode 7

    100-Pound Vegetables, Mammoth Meals, and Grasshopper Sushi | THE SHOW, Episode 7

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    In this episode, we meet some expert gourmands with a taste for the extraordinary. We travel to Wales to a garden growing 100-pound vegetables, learn what it takes to feed elephants and bears from the zoo chef, and get a taste of sustainable sushi featuri

  • 11:46 How These Everyday Things Were Invented

    How These Everyday Things Were Invented

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    Keeping the Japanese Art of Candy Sculpting Alive

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    Before There Were Cowboys, There Were Csikós

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    How Japan Keeps Millions of Residents Safe From Floods

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    Art of the Future: These Interactive Sculptures Respond to You

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    There Are Only 100 of these Antelopes Left in the Wild

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    Lead Poisoning Is Still a Huge Problem, But There Could Be a Quick Fix

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    1908 Auto Race From New York to Paris Is An Unbelievable Story

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    Pastry Chef Attempts to Make Gourmet Twix | Gourmet Makes | Bon Apptit

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    This Turkish Language Isnt Spoken, Its Whistled

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    Gymnast in Leeds sets horizontal bar backflip world record of nearly 20ft

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    This Horse Was the Gold Standard for Roman Chariot Racers

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    In Our Time: The Museum of Modern Art

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    Step into the Sewage Cathedral

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    Risking Your LIfe in the Name of Soup

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    Living in the Netherlands’ Futuristic Homes

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    Float Through Japan's Floral Fairytale Wonderland

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    Half of All North American Shorebirds Use This Rest Stop

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    Michael Moschen performs THE TRIANGLE

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    The Master of Shadow Puppets

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    15 NAIL POLISH HACKS EVERY KID CAN DO

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    These Ancient Windmills Were Built Over 1,000 Years Ago

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    These factory workers get paid to go to school

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    Adventure Time | Simon and Marcy's Origins Story | Cartoon Network

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    An Onion Soup Recipe from 1801!

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    Integration By Parts - With Natural Log

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    How To Defend Earth From Asteroids - Phil Plait

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    Explore Turkey’s Hidden Underground City

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  • 01:17 This Beautiful Blue Lizard is Facing Extinction

    This Beautiful Blue Lizard is Facing Extinction

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    Here’s Where the Marble for Classic Sculptures Comes From

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    Finding Tranquility in Chinas Extraordinary Wuling Mountains

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    China: West Meets East at The Metropolitan Museum of Art - A Webisode

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    Can Genes Make You Good at Sports? ft Rebel FC | Earth Lab

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    These Supercomputers Are Altering Reality

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    This Tarantula’s Curly Hair is a Weapon In Disguise

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  • 02:29 Preserving Prehistoric Lizards With the Iguana King

    Preserving Prehistoric Lizards With the Iguana King

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  • 02:49 Meet the Dog Protecting Planes From Bird Strikes

    Meet the Dog Protecting Planes From Bird Strikes

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  • 01:28 This Butterfly Was Extinct, 10 Years Later it Reappeared

    This Butterfly Was Extinct, 10 Years Later it Reappeared

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    The Palos Verdes blue is an extremely rare butterfly species that can only be found in one specific area of Southern California. In the 1980s, the true blue beauty was thought to have been extinct, but in later years, was rediscovered the wild, to the sho

  • 03:54 Meet the 26-year-old Aerospace Engineer Searching for Life on Other Planets

    Meet the 26-year-old Aerospace Engineer Searching for Life on Other Planets

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  • 01:31 A Panoramic View of Budapest

    A Panoramic View of Budapest

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    What Happens When an Island Completely Disappears?

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  • 02:36 Teen Titans Go! | Don't Grow a Mustache! | Cartoon Network

    Teen Titans Go! | Don't Grow a Mustache! | Cartoon Network

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  • 01:15 Behold the Bactrian Camel

    Behold the Bactrian Camel

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    Hanging Out With the Trapeze Artists of the Animal Kingdom

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    Better Living Through Snail Slime (And How It’s Harvested)

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  • 01:19 This Tortoise Will Outlive Us All

    This Tortoise Will Outlive Us All

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  • 07:52 The 1928 Election Explained

    The 1928 Election Explained

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  • 02:39 Fighting Food Waste in Los Angeles

    Fighting Food Waste in Los Angeles

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    This Chicken is Entirely Black, From Beak to Bone

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    Teen Titans Go! | Chicken Chicken Son | Cartoon Network

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  • 03:07 Playing Instruments Made From Ice

    Playing Instruments Made From Ice

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    France’s Forgotten Castle

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  • 01:51 The Man-Made, Floating Islands of Lake Titicaca

    The Man-Made, Floating Islands of Lake Titicaca

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  • 03:01 Schoolhouse Rock- Mother Necessity

    Schoolhouse Rock- Mother Necessity

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  • 03:15 OK K.O.! | Using Teamwork to Defeat the Enemy | Cartoon Network

    OK K.O.! | Using Teamwork to Defeat the Enemy | Cartoon Network

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    The Man Clearing 9,000 Tons of Trash From Mumbai’s Beaches

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    The Science Of Six Degrees Of Separation

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    These Murals Were Grown from Rice

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  • 01:56 The New World of Human Genetic Engineering

    The New World of Human Genetic Engineering

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    He Jiankui and the World's First Gene-edited Babies

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    A Brief History of Gene Editing

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    Float Above the Sandstone Spires That Inspired ‘Avatar’

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    Watch Bed Bugs Get Stopped in Their Tracks | Deep Look

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    These Wildcats Need the Forest to Survive

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    COLD HARD SCIENCE.The Physics Of Skating On Ice (With SlowMo) - Smarter Every Day 110

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    Funhouse mirror- Physics of toys // Homemade Science with Bruce Yeany

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    A Mad Inventors Surreal Fortress

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    This Rare Stick Insect Is Among the Last of Its Kind

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    Taking on Hawaii’s Plant Extinction Crisis

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    Barn Owls: The Secret Saviors of Napa Valley's Vineyards

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    These Crabs Have Been Crawling Before the Dinosaurs

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    Sky Dancing: How One Dance Group Defies Gravity

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    EXPECTATION vs REALITY - Back To School

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    Saving Baby Animals With the Milk Lab

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    How To Draw A Minion Pig From Angry Birds

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    Top 5 Hurricane Irma Science Experiments 2017 DIY Hurricanes and Tornado!

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    Welcome back to Incredible Science. The forecast is calling for a category 5 hurricane.Today I'll show you some really awesome hurricane science experiments. With hurricane Harvey behind us and Hurricane Irma about to slam Florida it's a great time to lea

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    Farming Under the Sea for Japan’s Rare Delicacy

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    Measuring the Berlin TV Tower with a ruler

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    How Scientists See Through Walls Using Particles From Space

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    In France, This Chapel Rises From a Volcano

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    Exploring France … in Miniature

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  • 04:51 The Fourth State of Matter Could Scrub Viruses From The Air

    The Fourth State of Matter Could Scrub Viruses From The Air

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    Inside NASA’s Mission to Track Greenland’s Ice Melt

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    Inside Europe’s Busiest (and Cutest) Wildlife Hospital

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    The World’s Only Floating National Park

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    How Can You Instantly Guess Someone's Age?

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    Explore the Melting Ice Caves of Alaska’s Mendenhall Glacier

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    Homemade Balancing Toys Part Two // Homemade Science with Bruce Yeany

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    How You Can Hike, Bike, Ski and Dive for Science

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    The myth of Prometheus - Iseult Gillespie

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    Living With 80,000 Birds to Make Bird Nest Soup

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    The Amazon Boiling River

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    This Pagoda Contains the Largest Book in the World

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    The Disaster That Changed Engineering: The Hyatt Regency Collapse

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    April 1928 - Strolling Down The Atlantic City Boardwalk, NJ (real sound)

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    Ryan Pretend Play with School Bus Tent!

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    Living on the Most Crowded Island on Earth

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    Two hours off the coast of Colombia is a small island home to over 1,200 people. As the entirety of Santa Cruz del Islote only spans the length of two soccer fields, residents live in close quarters, making the island four times as dense as the borough of

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    Behind the Scenes with Deep Look: Caddisflies

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    Thomas Jefferson And The Giant Moose

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  • 03:25 Preserving One Square Inch of Silence

    Preserving One Square Inch of Silence

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    Gordon Hempton is on a personal quest to preserve silence in nature. The “sound-tracker” circles the globe recording vanishing sounds, including the most elusive one of all: silence. Twelve years ago, Hempton resolved to find the quietest place in Washing

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    A Trip Down Market Street 1906 San Francisco

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    This film from 1906 in downtown San Francisco was made 4 days before the great earthquake destroyed the city at 5:12 AM on April 18th, 1906. It is filmed from the front of a cable car, heading east toward the ferry terminal building, which is the tower in

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    Four Stories About Dogs

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    Dogs. What more do we need to say to entice you? If you love dogs, you will love this reel. First up, well take you to photographer William Wegmans studio to see how he gets his Weimaraners to pose for him. Next, well introduce you to Piper, a border coll

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    Banana and Curry on Pizza? Its a Thing in Sweden

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  • 02:52 Why One Japanese Company Is Turning Baseball Bats Into Chopsticks

    Why One Japanese Company Is Turning Baseball Bats Into Chopsticks

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    What happens after baseball season is through? Hyogoo Uratani isn’t letting the broken bats go to waste—he’s turning them into chopsticks at his manufacturing company, Hyozaemon. One broken bat can yield four or five sets of chopsticks, and money from the

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    The Wheels On The Bus | Black Bus Version | Nursery Rhymes | Kids Learning Songs | Childrens Video

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    Greek And Roman Statues Were Once Colorfully Painted | National Geographic

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