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  • 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

  • 01:57 Why selfies can make your nose look bigger

    Why selfies can make your nose look bigger

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    It’s not you. Selfies distort your face. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Your selfies might not always feel like they look like you. If that has you upset about your appearance, you’re not alone: in 2017, 55 percent of facial plastic surgeo

  • 01:43 Proffies - The Professor's Selfies

    Proffies - The Professor's Selfies

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    This is the video shown by Professor Poliakoff during his closing remarks at the Commonwealth Science Conference 2014. ALL HIS SELFIES: http://bit.ly/Proffies ALL VIEWER SELFIES: http://bit.ly/CommSelfies Commonwealth Science Conference 2014: http://commo

  • 05:35 "If We Don't Protect Nature We Can't Protect Ourselves" Harrison Ford | Extinction Rebellion

    "If We Don't Protect Nature We Can't Protect Ourselves" Harrison Ford | Extinction Rebellion

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    We are facing an emergency resulting from our toxic economic and political system. The way we relate to each other and to nature is destroying Earth’s capacity to sustain life. Unending economic growth and profits drawn from a planet with limited re

  • 03:31 Nina Dobrev Takes Selfies With Phones From 2003 to 2014 | WIRED

    Nina Dobrev Takes Selfies With Phones From 2003 to 2014 | WIRED

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    In xXx: Return of Xander Cage, The Vampire Diaries star Nina Dobrev plays tech geek Becky Clearidge. So, who better to take us through the history of selfies? Using phones like the infamous Nokia brick and the modern iPhone, Nina tries her best to snap he

  • 04:43 How Many Species Are There?

    How Many Species Are There?

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    How do we protect what we don’t know exists? Don’t miss the next video! SUBSCRIBE! ►► http://bit.ly/iotbs_sub ↓ More info and sources below ↓ How many species are there on Earth? In biology, this is one of a fundamental question that we still don’t have a

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  • 08:13 How Humans Become the Dominant Species

    How Humans Become the Dominant Species

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    How did humans become the dominant species? The story is really interesting. Humans have many weaknesses, like poor vision at night and a lack of strength compared to other animals, but other key features, like being able to throw things better helped the

  • 01:33 At Least Five New Giant Salamander Species Identified | Nat Geo Wild

    At Least Five New Giant Salamander Species Identified | Nat Geo Wild

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    Researchers have found that there is not one, but at least five species of Chinese giant salamander, and possibly up to eight. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoWILDSubscribe About Nat Geo Wild: Welcome to a place so wild, anything can happen. Nat Geo Wild

  • 09:35 Is This A NEW SPECIES?!

    Is This A NEW SPECIES?!

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    Order my Maker Box from Quarterly ►► http://on.qrtr.ly/ItsOKtoMake Don’t miss the next video! SUBSCRIBE! ►► http://bit.ly/iotbs_sub ↓ More info and sources below ↓ This is the first-ever video of what we’re calling the "hermit crab caterpillar"! We’re pre

  • 05:23 How To Protect The Rainforest

    How To Protect The Rainforest

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    For our final installment in the Amazon Adventures series, I interviewed expedition leader Corine Vriesendorp about what it means to protect and conserve areas of the rainforest in spite of the overwhelming global demands for its natural resources. This i

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  • 03:27 How to Protect Ostrich Eggs | Animal All-Stars

    How to Protect Ostrich Eggs | Animal All-Stars

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    The chief hen in an ostrich harem uses a sneaky trick to protect her eggs. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoWILDSubscribe ➡ ANIMAL ALL-STARS AIRS MONDAYS 9/8c. About Nat Geo Wild: Welcome to a place so wild, anything can happen. Nat Geo Wild is the networ

  • 01:20 Video game shows how starling flocks protect themselves

    Video game shows how starling flocks protect themselves

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    Murmuration--the pulsing flight patterns seen in starling flocks--serve to protect the birds from flying predators according to research using simulated flocks. Learn more: http://scim.ag/2jWl7l7

  • 02:58 A new species? The Vogelkop Superb Bird-of-Paradise

    A new species? The Vogelkop Superb Bird-of-Paradise

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    Sometimes a new species is hiding in plain sight...meet the Vogelkop Superb Bird-of-Paradise. Learn more about how the distinct song, dance and courtship appearance of the Vogelkop Superb Bird-of-Paradise confirms its new species status in our scientific

  • 06:53 What Is A Species?

    What Is A Species?

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    New species of lifeforms are being discovered and described on our planet every single day -- but, when we talk about a species, what are we really referring to? Turns out, the answer is... complicated. This video is by no means comprehensive. Species con

  • 04:18 Animation: How Three Men You Probably Never Heard Of Helped End WWII

    Animation: How Three Men You Probably Never Heard Of Helped End WWII

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    H.M.S. Petard was a British Navy destroyer during WWII. It was responsible for sinking German, Italian, and Japanese submarines and carried three men of incredible bravery and courage. One night, after a 10-hour battle in the Mediterranean, those men dive

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  • 03:08 We Spend Millions Conserving Species, But Are We Making It Worse?

    We Spend Millions Conserving Species, But Are We Making It Worse?

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    Animals are going extinct and human intervention has saved some species, but is exhausting so much time and money helping as much as we hope? Is Breeding Pandas in Captivity Worth It? https://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2013/08/130827-giant-panda-nat

  • 02:29 I Helped Injured Koalas

    I Helped Injured Koalas

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    By Romy | Subscribe: http://bit.ly/sub2storybooth | Comment, like, share this story. Stand up against people who judge others and use your voice! Romy lives in Australia and she loves her country. Australia recently experienced one of the worst bushfires

  • 08:49 Species

    Species

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    What a species is and isn't. Ligers, tiglons, mule, hinnies, and dogs More free lessons at: http://www.khanacademy.org/video?v=Tmt4zrDK3dA

  • 04:46 Popular The Threat Of Invasive Species - Jennifer Klos

    The Threat Of Invasive Species - Jennifer Klos

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-threat-of-invasive-species-jennifer-klos Massive vines that blanket the southern United States, climbing high as they uproot trees and swallow buildings. A ravenous snake that is capable of devouring an alli

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  • 19:52 Variation in a Species

    Variation in a Species

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    How variation can be introduced into a species. More free lessons at: http://www.khanacademy.org/video?v=DuArVnT1i-E

  • 01:01 New Frizzy-Haired Orangutan Species

    New Frizzy-Haired Orangutan Species

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    An isolated group of orangutans in Sumatra is the first new great ape species described since the 1920s, and could be the most critically endangered.

  • 03:14 This Portable Barrier Can Protect Houses From Flooding

    This Portable Barrier Can Protect Houses From Flooding

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    These portable water barriers can protect your home from floods, and could be a long-term replacement for sandbags. Water-Gate can be installed in minutes and doesn't require to be filled with air or the use of heavy machinery. Made by MegaSecur, the barr

  • 03:07 How Mendel's pea plants helped us understand genetics - Hortensia Jiménez Díaz

    How Mendel's pea plants helped us understand genetics - Hortensia Jiménez Díaz

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-mendel-s-pea-plants-helped-us-understand-genetics-hortensia-jimenez-diaz Each father and mother pass down traits to their children, who inherit combinations of their dominant or recessive alleles. But how do

  • 10:22 We All Got That Friend Who HATES SELFIES!  | Funniest Fails | AFV 2019

    We All Got That Friend Who HATES SELFIES! | Funniest Fails | AFV 2019

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    Subscribe to join the #AFVFAM http://bit.ly/afvyoutube | Make sure to enable ALL push notifications! Check out out MERCH store: https://bit.ly/2UJJULn These situations took a turn real fast! Check out some new #funnyfails and #instantregrets ! There's not

  • 03:19 We Helped Someone Who Was Homeless

    We Helped Someone Who Was Homeless

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    By Maddie | Subscribe: http://bit.ly/sub2storybooth | Comment, like, share this story. Stand up against people who judge others and use your voice - WEAR IT OUT LOUD! merch back in stock! SHOP http://storybooth.com/store LIMITED QUANTITIES! We wanted to h

  • 05:15 What are Species?

    What are Species?

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    The tree of life is huge but is seems like every animal has it’s designated spot. How do scientists draw the lines between species? DNews Live Tickets Here ►►►► http://dne.ws/1Fa2OCh How Do We Know Who Our Ancestors Were?►►►► http://dne.ws/1MShQie Read Mo

  • 01:56 Thermal Imaging Tech Helps Protect Endangered Wildlife | WIRED

    Thermal Imaging Tech Helps Protect Endangered Wildlife | WIRED

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    World Wildlife Fund is using thermal imaging technology and artificial intelligence to see and capture wildlife poachers as they stalk endangered animals in the dark. Still haven’t subscribed to WIRED on YouTube? ►► http://wrd.cm/15fP7B7 CONNECT WITH WIRE

  • 02:41 Saving South America’s Only Bear Species

    Saving South America’s Only Bear Species

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    The Andean bear, also known as the spectacled bear, is sometimes called the Paddington bear, after the fictional bear in children's books written by Michael Bond. The spectacled bear is the only bear species in South America, and its numbers are dwindling

  • 00:47 Popular NEW Octopus Species Found

    NEW Octopus Species Found

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    During the first dive of the Okeanos Explorer 2016 Hohonu Moana: Exploring Deep Waters off Hawaii expedition to explore on the northeast side of Necker Island, the Deep Discoverer remotely operated vehicle encountered this octopus, which confused several

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  • 04:17 The guide book that helped black Americans travel during segregation

    The guide book that helped black Americans travel during segregation

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    Until the Civil Rights Act passed in 1964, the Green Book was critical for black Americans wanting to travel across the country. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Road tripping in the 20th century became an iconic American obsession, and the

  • 01:39 How Has Disease Helped Humans Evolve? | Earth Lab

    How Has Disease Helped Humans Evolve? | Earth Lab

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    Diseases have been one of the biggest drivers of evolution by favouring genetic mutations. Best of Earth Lab: http://bit.ly/EarthLabOriginals Best of BBC Earth: http://bit.ly/TheBestOfBBCEarthVideos The Doctors Are In The House: http://bit.ly/TheDoctorsAr

  • 03:15 Tourists Help Discover New Species in Peru’s Rainforest

    Tourists Help Discover New Species in Peru’s Rainforest

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    Earth is home to two million known insect species, but some researchers believe that there could be between 10 and 20 million on our planet. That’s a lot of bugs to discover! Luckily, there’s Refugio Amazonas. Located in one of the most biodiverse nations

  • 04:10 Top New Species For 2016, And A Perching Robot!

    Top New Species For 2016, And A Perching Robot!

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    Today, we're recapping some of the International Institute for Species Exploration's Top 10 New Species of 2016, and talking about some tiny flying robots that can stick to things using electricity! Hosted by: Michael Aranda ---------- Support SciShow by

  • 05:24 How Measles Vaccines Protect You From Other Diseases

    How Measles Vaccines Protect You From Other Diseases

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    Go to http://Brilliant.org/SciShow to try out Brilliants Daily Challenges. The first 200 subscribers get 20% off an annual Premium subscription. Since measles vaccines started making their rounds, child mortality has dropped by up to 90% percent in some c

  • 07:52 How Close Are We to Resurrecting Extinct Species?

    How Close Are We to Resurrecting Extinct Species?

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    Bringing extinct animals back to life sounds like science fiction, but gene-editing techniques are making it possible. U.S./Mexico Border Wall Puts Animals In Danger Of Extinction - https://youtu.be/l6xTxh96Jbc Read More: Mammoth Tooth Discovery Suggests

  • 05:12 We're Not The Only Species To Cause A Mass Extinction

    We're Not The Only Species To Cause A Mass Extinction

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    Over the last several hundred million years, there have been many mass extinctions. Who caused the first & should we worry about the next? What's The Best Way To Stop Mass Extinction? - http://bit.ly/2bkskfY Sign Up For The Seeker Newsletter Here - http:/

  • 03:10 Rapid Evolution Is Real…These Species Changed in Front of Our Eyes

    Rapid Evolution Is Real…These Species Changed in Front of Our Eyes

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    Evolution doesn’t have to take a hundred millennia. Some species can biologically adapt to new environments in a few short years, here’s how. Seeker is now on Prime Video! Watch here: https://www.amazon.com/v/seeker Read More: What is Darwin's Theory of E

  • 01:38 Snippet: Seemingly longest organism ever recorded, other deep-sea species discovered

    Snippet: Seemingly longest organism ever recorded, other deep-sea species discovered

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    The deep sea is largely unexplored and marine scientists are constantly surprised by the creatures they find roaming the depths in darkness. While exploring the Ningaloo Canyons off the coast of Western Australia with the SuBastian underwater robot, a tea

  • 05:45 Epidemiologist-Designed, No-Sew face Mask to Protect Yourself and Others from Coronavirus COVID-19

    Epidemiologist-Designed, No-Sew face Mask to Protect Yourself and Others from Coronavirus COVID-19

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    Everyone should wear a mask in public during this pandemic. Our no-sew mask is easily constructed from materials you already own in 10 minutes, and does not contribute to the shortage of masks needed by frontline workers. This video also explains how publ

  • 03:21 Why Do Some Species Thrive In Cities?

    Why Do Some Species Thrive In Cities?

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    Urban development can be tough on wildlife. But some plants and animals are adapting to our cities in surprising ways. Thanks to squarespace.com for supporting this video. Go build a website! http://www.squarespace.com/minuteearth (use your 10% discount c

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  • 04:57 This Scientist Is Racing Extinction To Discover New Species of Arachnids

    This Scientist Is Racing Extinction To Discover New Species of Arachnids

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    Lauren Esposito is essentially the Indiana Jones of arachnology. Experience her process for discovering new species first-hand on this trip to Penang in Malaysia. Experience intense, unique, and sometimes dangerous moments with scientists working in the f

  • 06:28 1 MILLION Species Could Go Extinct Heres Why.

    1 MILLION Species Could Go Extinct Heres Why.

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    Check out Hot Mess: http://www.youtube.com/hotmesspbs SUBSCRIBE so you dont miss a video! http://bit.ly/iotbs_sub More info and sources below A massive new study has just been released showing that human activities are threatening Earths other life forms

  • 07:58 Why Do More Species Live Near the Equator?

    Why Do More Species Live Near the Equator?

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    Go to http://Raceforretirement.com and see how the action gap affects you. Follow all of our Peru adventures on this playlist: http://bit.ly/SmartPeru ↓ More info and sources below ↓ Special thanks to Rainforest Expeditions for hosting us! Visit http://ww

  • 03:25 Can The Last 4 Northern White Rhinos Save The Species From Extinction?

    Can The Last 4 Northern White Rhinos Save The Species From Extinction?

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    Recently one of the last northern white rhinos died. Can the last four somehow save the species, or is it already too late? The Pros & Cons of Zoos ►►►► http://dne.ws/1MNbDEh Read More: Death of rare Northern White Rhino leaves four alive http://www.bbc.c

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  • 01:49 Hydrophobic Coatings Protect Almost Everything

    Hydrophobic Coatings Protect Almost Everything

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    CeramicPro is a coating that protects almost any surface. The INSIDER team believes that life is an adventure! Subscribe to our channel and visit us at: https://thisisinsider.com INSIDER on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thisisinsider/ INSIDER on Inst

  • 02:08 These Animals Use Poop To Protect Themselves

    These Animals Use Poop To Protect Themselves

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    Nothing says “stay away” quite like a fecal shield. Subscribe! http://bit.ly/1FkxVLb ‖ Twitter! https://twitter.com/gross_science ‖ Tumblr! http://grossscience.tumblr.com/ ↓Want more info?↓ Articles on Fecal Shields (behind paywalls): http://link.springer

  • 04:45 NASA Actually Helped Save The World — Here's How

    NASA Actually Helped Save The World — Here's How

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    NASA literally saved us from a planet-wide apocalypse in the 1980's. If they hadn't noticed a huge problem in our atmosphere, life on Earth would have collapsed by the year 2065.  Tech Insider tells you all you need to know about tech: gadgets, how-to's,

  • 03:05 Can Underwater Parks Protect Coral?

    Can Underwater Parks Protect Coral?

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    From the Science Friday Archives! With global threats like ocean warming and acidification, it's a tough time to be a coral. Marine scientists John Bruno and Elizabeth Selig, of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, analyzed over 8000 coral sur

  • 03:05 Can Underwater Parks Protect Coral?

    Can Underwater Parks Protect Coral?

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    From the Science Friday Archives! With global threats like ocean warming and acidification, it's a tough time to be a coral. Marine scientists John Bruno and Elizabeth Selig, of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, analyzed over 8000 coral sur

  • 09:43 How Much Do Cloth Masks Protect You From Getting the Coronavirus?

    How Much Do Cloth Masks Protect You From Getting the Coronavirus?

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    The CDC is recommending that the general public wear cloth face masks to help decrease everyones chances of getting COVID-19. So how does the virus that causes COVID-19SARS-CoV-2spread? And how much could cloth face masks help stop it? We contacted some e

  • 03:49 How zip codes helped organize America

    How zip codes helped organize America

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    Zip codes, explained. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Zip codes were invented in 1963 to help the United States Postal Service deal with huge increases in mail volume. The Zone Improvement Plan, or “ZIP” code system of addressin

  • 10:27 How Do We Protect Earth From Asteroids? Part 1 - Finding Them

    How Do We Protect Earth From Asteroids? Part 1 - Finding Them

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    We know we live in a cosmic shooting gallery. Who’s got their eyes on the sky, and how will we prevent an asteroid strike if we find a dangerous space rock? Support us at: http://www.patreon.com/universetoday More stories at: http://www.universetoday.com/

  • 10:03 How Do We Protect Earth From Asteroids? Part 2 - Stopping Them

    How Do We Protect Earth From Asteroids? Part 2 - Stopping Them

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    Once we know where all the dangerous asteroids are, how do we prevent one from hitting Earth? Read the supporting article from Nancy Atkinson: https://www.universetoday.com/90798/every-way-devised-to-deflect-an-asteroid/ Support us at: http://www.patreon.

  • 04:13 Could Increasing the Melanin In Your Skin Protect You From Cancer?

    Could Increasing the Melanin In Your Skin Protect You From Cancer?

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    Researchers are looking into the effects of raising melanin levels in skin to prevent melanoma. Here’s what you need to know. Two-Thirds of All Cancers Are Caused by One Thing: Your DNA - https://youtu.be/ZZUk0gF_-T4 Read More: Mammalian pigmentation is r

  • 14:27 How a typeface helped launch Apollo | Douglas Thomas

    How a typeface helped launch Apollo | Douglas Thomas

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    When humanity first landed on the moon in 1969, the typeface Futura was right there with them. In this fascinating history of typography, designer Douglas Thomas shares Futura's role in launching the Apollo 11 spacecraft -- and how it became one of the mo

  • 03:19 How a Suzanne Vega Song Helped Create the MP3

    How a Suzanne Vega Song Helped Create the MP3

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    Karlheinz Brandenburg has listened to Suzanne Vegas Toms Diner thousands of times and never tires of it. In fact, the song holds a special place in his heart because it was instrumental in the creation of the MP3. The German engineer and mathematician is

  • 03:54 How a Swamp Helped Runaway Slaves Find Freedom

    How a Swamp Helped Runaway Slaves Find Freedom

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    The Great Dismal Swamp is a vast area straddling the border of eastern Virginia and North Carolina. An unforgiving environment, it played an important role in the history of slavery in the United States. Runaway slaves are believed to have lived in the Di

  • 05:31 These Robots Roam Toxic Seafloors to Bring Back New, Bizarre Species

    These Robots Roam Toxic Seafloors to Bring Back New, Bizarre Species

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    Shannon Johnson uses robots to explore deep-sea hydrothermal vents, where science-fiction-worthy animals live in hot, acidic water and munch on bacteria that can survive in space. Experience intense, unique, and sometimes dangerous moments with scientists

  • 03:18 See How Innovative Sound Mirrors Helped Detect Enemy Aircraft

    See How Innovative Sound Mirrors Helped Detect Enemy Aircraft

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    Impossible Engineering | New Season TONIGHT at 9/8c Sound mirrors are enormous devices used to reflect and focus sound waves. Full Episodes Streaming FREE on Science Channel GO: https://www.sciencechannelgo.com/impossible-engineering/ More of the Impossib

  • 01:58 The Native American Code Talkers Who Helped Win WWI

    The Native American Code Talkers Who Helped Win WWI

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    It was fall of 1918. The Allied military’s tactical movements were jeopardized by the German military’s superior espionage capabilities. Not only were the Germans tapping Allied phone lines, they were able to crack the code. That’s when two Native America

  • 03:04 Here's How Rogue Asteroids Helped Scientists Find a 9th Planet

    Here's How Rogue Asteroids Helped Scientists Find a 9th Planet

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    #HowTheUniverseWorks | Tuesdays at 10/9c on Science Full Episodes Streaming FREE on Science GO: https://www.sciencechannelgo.com/how-the-universe-works/ As scientists studied the Kuiper Belt, they became puzzled by a group of asteroids that deviated from

  • 02:03 Watch & Listen: Elephants Protect Their Baby From Wild Dogs

    Watch & Listen: Elephants Protect Their Baby From Wild Dogs

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    A tourist captures footage of elephants loudly protecting a calf from a pack of African wild dogs at Ingwelala, a nature reserve in South Africa. The mother elephant and another adult from the herd fend off the dogs by charging and emitting three distinct

  • 07:05 Will Lining The Toilet Seat Protect You From Germs? | What The FAQs | NowThis

    Will Lining The Toilet Seat Protect You From Germs? | What The FAQs | NowThis

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    Do you cover the toilet seat with toilet paper before you use a public bathroom? Or hover over the top? Youre not alone, but it might not be as effective (or necessary) as you think. Subscribe to NowThis Future: https://go.nowth.is/Future_Subscribe Sign u

  • 03:01 Here's How Engineers Used Ancient Techniques To Protect Tokyo's Skytree From Earthquakes

    Here's How Engineers Used Ancient Techniques To Protect Tokyo's Skytree From Earthquakes

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    Impossible Engineering | Thursdays at 9/8c Oil dampers, modeled on the ones on NASA's launch towers, allow the Skytree to sway instead of collapse. Full Episodes Streaming FREE on Science Channel GO: https://www.sciencechannelgo.com/impossible-engineering

  • 05:29 How Pee Helped Win the Revolutionary War (Maybe...) - July 4th Special Episode

    How Pee Helped Win the Revolutionary War (Maybe...) - July 4th Special Episode

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    Old school gunpowder is really called black powder, and it was so crucial to the Revolutionary War effort that we went to great (and gross) lengths to try and make it. This week on Reactions, find out what exactly those lengths were.Subscribe! http://bit.

  • 05:00 How 29,000 Lost Rubber Ducks Helped Map the World's Oceans

    How 29,000 Lost Rubber Ducks Helped Map the World's Oceans

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    Get two months of Skillshare Premium for 99 cents by being one of the first 1,000 people to sign up at http://skl.sh/hai8 Get a Half as Interesting t-shirt: http://bit.ly/2xjHuw4 Suggest a video and get a free t-shirt if we use it: http://halfasinterestin

  • 03:40 The true story of Mary Anning: The girl who helped discover dinosaurs | BBC Ideas

    The true story of Mary Anning: The girl who helped discover dinosaurs | BBC Ideas

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    The story of Mary Anning, a fossil collector and palaeontologist who changed scientific thinking worldwide – but didn’t get recognition for her work at the time. Subscribe to BBC Ideas https://bbc.in/2F6ipav This beautiful animation was made using sand fr

  • 01:36 First genetically modified ant shows expanded sense of smell helped ants become social

    First genetically modified ant shows expanded sense of smell helped ants become social

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    World’s first genetically modified ants shed light on how complex insect societies evolved. Learn more: http://scim.ag/2lZ68I1

  • 04:30 Are We The Only Species That Votes?

    Are We The Only Species That Votes?

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    Our Seeker Daily team will be covering the RNC and the DNC! Stay up-to-date by heading over to http://www.youtube.com/seekerdaily! Democracy has given members of a community a voice in decision making. Is this strictly a 'human thing' or do other animals

  • 04:34 What If Humanity Became an Interstellar Species?

    What If Humanity Became an Interstellar Species?

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    What if humanity grew to be so technologically advanced that we were able to leave our Solar System and spread across interstellar space? Would we hop from one exoplanet to another, colonizing everything on our way? How could we make traveling across the

  • 06:36 Origin of Species - Stromatolites

    Origin of Species - Stromatolites

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    Subscribe to Naked Science http://goo.gl/wpc2Q1There are those that believe that life on our planet is so complex that the only explanation is to say that somewhere behind it there is a creator. On the other side are people who believe that nature can cre

  • 16:16 My Seven Species Of Robot - Dennis Hong

    My Seven Species Of Robot - Dennis Hong

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    Dennis Hong introduces seven award-winnning, all-terrain robots -- like the humanoid, soccer-playing DARwIn and the cliff-gripping CLIMBeR -- all built by his team at RoMeLa, Virginia Tech. Watch to the end to hear the five creative secrets to his lab's i

  • 16:49 Will Our Kids Be A Different Species? - Juan Enriquez

    Will Our Kids Be A Different Species? - Juan Enriquez

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    Throughout human evolution, multiple versions of humans co-existed. Could we be mid-upgrade now? At TEDxSummit, Juan Enriquez sweeps across time and space to bring us to the present moment -- and shows how technology is revealing evidence that suggests ra

  • 03:32 Invasive Species 101 | National Geographic

    Invasive Species 101 | National Geographic

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  • 02:32 How Yellowstone Scientists Really Combat Invasive Species

    How Yellowstone Scientists Really Combat Invasive Species

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    Yellowstone cutthroat trout are on the brink of extinction as invasive lake trout continue to eat them. With the park's ecosystem at risk, it's up to scientists to figure out where these predators came from and how to contain them. From: MYSTERY IN YELLOW

  • 02:06 Have We Ever Seen A New Species Arise? - 12 Days Of Evolution #5

    Have We Ever Seen A New Species Arise? - 12 Days Of Evolution #5

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  • 01:36 Jewel Caterpillar from the Amazon rainforest of Ecuador

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  • 08:57 Researchers have decoded prairie dog language

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  • 10:31 How Photography Is Affecting Our Brains | Tech Effects | WIRED

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  • 01:55 What's the Difference Between a Frog and a Toad?

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  • 02:01 This Mysterious Remedy Might Cure One Of The Deadliest Diseases

    This Mysterious Remedy Might Cure One Of The Deadliest Diseases

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  • 02:35 Ellen Helps Make Kid Expert Nate Seltzer's Movie Dream Come True

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  • 03:41 Rainforests 101 | National Geographic

    Rainforests 101 | National Geographic

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    Penguin chicks rescued by unlikely hero | Spy in the Snow - BBC

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  • 01:15 These Wildcats Need the Forest to Survive

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  • 01:29 This Rare Stick Insect Is Among the Last of Its Kind

    This Rare Stick Insect Is Among the Last of Its Kind

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  • 02:37 The Beatles - I Want To Hold Your Hand - Performed Live On The Ed Sullivan Show 2/9/64

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  • 14:30 The Rarest Ducklings on earth

    The Rarest Ducklings on earth

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  • 08:01 The Art History of the Selfie | The Art Assignment | PBS Digital Studios

    The Art History of the Selfie | The Art Assignment | PBS Digital Studios

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  • 03:29 Meet the Man Protecting Venezuela’s Eagles

    Meet the Man Protecting Venezuela’s Eagles

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  • 10:54 The Civil War Part 2: Crash Course US History #21

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  • 03:40 A #NatureNow message from Greta Thunberg.

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  • 02:44 Why Las Vegas's Landscape Is So Lush and Green

    Why Las Vegas's Landscape Is So Lush and Green

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    One of the most important byproducts of the Hoover Dam is an artificial body of water known as Lake Mead. Its presence has helped the population of Clark County grow sevenfold since 1970. From the Series: Aerial Cities: Las Vegas http://bit.ly/2HVJ4F7

  • 01:49 These birds can fly almost ten months without landing

    These birds can fly almost ten months without landing

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  • 04:01 Will Humans Survive the Next Great Epidemic? | Earth Lab

    Will Humans Survive the Next Great Epidemic? | Earth Lab

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  • 02:48 Protecting Orphaned Gorillas | Mission Critical

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  • 01:09 These Crabs Have Been Crawling Before the Dinosaurs

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  • 04:33 This Millipede and Beetle Have a Toxic Relationship | Deep Look

    This Millipede and Beetle Have a Toxic Relationship | Deep Look

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    These Crazy Cute Baby Turtles Want Their Lake Back | Deep Look

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  • 03:25 My "Perfect" Dad Wasn't Who I Thought He Was

    My "Perfect" Dad Wasn't Who I Thought He Was

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  • 03:16 Sumatran Rhinos Are Nearly Gone—New Plan Launched to Save Them | National Geographic

    Sumatran Rhinos Are Nearly Gone—New Plan Launched to Save Them | National Geographic

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  • 05:12 These Dogs Sniff Out Wildlife Crime

    These Dogs Sniff Out Wildlife Crime

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  • 02:12 The Beatles - Eleanor Rigby (From "Yellow Submarine")

    The Beatles - Eleanor Rigby (From "Yellow Submarine")

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  • 04:24 Invading Birds

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    Living things change and evolve to survive in the places they live. There are some animals, though, that end up in habitats where they don't belong, and that can cause big trouble for the native species! Hi there! We at SciShow want to learn more about yo

  • 01:47 Polar bears are starving, and this video reveals why

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  • 02:49 Forging Mona Lisa’s Smile: Creating Perfect Replicas of Classic Art

    Forging Mona Lisa’s Smile: Creating Perfect Replicas of Classic Art

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  • 02:00 The Safe Hands challenge

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  • 03:54 Funny Animal Videos: Pig, Guineafowl, & Dog Vs Cat!

    Funny Animal Videos: Pig, Guineafowl, & Dog Vs Cat!

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  • 08:03 50th Birthday Interview With Charles Barkley

    50th Birthday Interview With Charles Barkley

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  • 04:54 The Foil That Went To The Moon And Back

    The Foil That Went To The Moon And Back

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  • 01:37 Rescue Dogs Taught How To Drive A Car In New Zealand - Video

    Rescue Dogs Taught How To Drive A Car In New Zealand - Video

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  • 04:27 What Humans Living On Mars Will Look Like In 1,000 Years

    What Humans Living On Mars Will Look Like In 1,000 Years

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  • 03:15 After Hurricane Maria, Building a Community Under the Sea

    After Hurricane Maria, Building a Community Under the Sea

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    Raimundo Chirinos has devoted his life and career to protecting Puerto Rico’s waters. And in the wake of Hurricane Maria, his devotion matters more than ever. Among its many assaults, the Category 5 storm pulled fishing gear from the island’s shores into

  • 06:21 An Electric Eel And A Caiman

    An Electric Eel And A Caiman

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  • 08:11 What Is The U.S. Doing About Extinction?

    What Is The U.S. Doing About Extinction?

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  • 03:15 How Coastal Communities Are Already Retreating from Rising Seas

    How Coastal Communities Are Already Retreating from Rising Seas

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  • 08:39 How We Found The Giant Squid - Edith Widder

    How We Found The Giant Squid - Edith Widder

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  • 03:14 Saving Baby Animals With the Milk Lab

    Saving Baby Animals With the Milk Lab

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    Milk — it’s the elixir of life, the one food all mammals need to survive. But not all milk is the same; every species has its own particular formula. At the National Zoo in Washington, D.C., one team of scientists is dedicated to studying all there is to

  • 10:08 Inside The Egyptian Revolution - Wael Ghonim

    Inside The Egyptian Revolution - Wael Ghonim

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  • 10:56 Apollos Most Important Discovery (Inside NASAs Moon Rock Vault!)

    Apollos Most Important Discovery (Inside NASAs Moon Rock Vault!)

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  • 04:33 Everything You Need To Know About The Slow Loris

    Everything You Need To Know About The Slow Loris

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  • 02:23 What Is a Skin Allergy?

    What Is a Skin Allergy?

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  • 09:54 Chronometric Revolution

    Chronometric Revolution

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  • 02:41 Can Microbes Clean Up Our Oily Mess? - Instant Egghead #58

    Can Microbes Clean Up Our Oily Mess? - Instant Egghead #58

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    With an estimated 70 oil spills every day in the U.S. and tons of plastic garbage littering our oceans, humans could really use some help cleaning up. Scientific American editor David Biello explains how bacteria and other microbes slowly consume our mess

  • 02:47 Crazy Cuboro Cugolino Marble Track

    Crazy Cuboro Cugolino Marble Track

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  • 05:27 Is the gray wolf actually endangered?

    Is the gray wolf actually endangered?

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  • 08:52 Finding Bison in Chicago!

    Finding Bison in Chicago!

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  • 02:12 3D photogrammetry maps of coral reefs

    3D photogrammetry maps of coral reefs

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  • 07:28 Tully Monster Mystery SOLVED!

    Tully Monster Mystery SOLVED!

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  • 05:10 Why don’t poisonous animals poison themselves? - Rebecca D. Tarvin

    Why don’t poisonous animals poison themselves? - Rebecca D. Tarvin

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  • 07:01 NASA Images Aren’t Always Real, This Is How Space Artists Create Them

    NASA Images Aren’t Always Real, This Is How Space Artists Create Them

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  • 03:17 Smithsonian National Zoo (webisode)

    Smithsonian National Zoo (webisode)

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  • 05:22 How poaching is changing the face of African elephants

    How poaching is changing the face of African elephants

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  • 10:25 Speciation: Of Ligers&Men - Crash Course Biology #15

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  • 01:49 Predators vs. Prey On The African Savanna

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  • 04:49 Battling Antarctic Ice Storms to Study the Secrets of Subzero Survival

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  • 11:30 Community Ecology: Feel The Love - Crash Course Ecology #4

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  • 04:42 The Real Story Behind Archimedes’ Eureka! - Armand D'Angour

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  • 05:01 How Hackers Really Crack Your Passwords

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  • 01:29 Tiniest Chameleons Have Fastest Tongues

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  • 06:21 From Aaliyah To Jay-Z: Captured Moments In Hip-hop History - Jonathan Mannion

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  • 03:59 Scientists Go on a Mission to Save Sea Turtles

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  • 02:53 Lionfish Are a Plague. Can Training Sharks to Eat Them Work?

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  • 02:37 In Search of Undiscovered Insects

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