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  • 03:31 Is Space Trying To Kill Us? - Ron Shaneyfelt

    Is Space Trying To Kill Us? - Ron Shaneyfelt

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/is-space-trying-to-kill-us-ron-shaneyfelt How likely is it that a massive asteroid will do major damage to Earth and its inhabitants? What about the sun -- is it dying out anytime soon? And the supermassive blac

  • 13:58 The Modern Revolution: Crash Course Big History #8

    The Modern Revolution: Crash Course Big History #8

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    In which Hank and John Green teach you a Crash Course on the modern revolution, and the upside of the progress that humanity has made in the last 500 years or so. And while there are two sides to every history, and many of these changes haven't been great

  • 11:27 The Natives and the English - Crash Course US History #3

    The Natives and the English - Crash Course US History #3

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    In which John Green teaches you about relations between the early English colonists and the native people the encountered in the New World. In short, these relations were poor. As soon as they arrived, the English were in conflict with the native people.

  • 11:41 Bird Is the Word in These Four Stories

    Bird Is the Word in These Four Stories

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    In this reel, explore an aviary that’s more happy than Hitchcockian. SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6Acb This story is a part of our Planet Earth series. From mammals to insects and birds to reptiles, we share this great big world with all manner of creature

  • 14:36 Five Farms on Earth (and the Ocean Floor)

    Five Farms on Earth (and the Ocean Floor)

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    In this reel, get ready to get dirty. We’re harvesting four-foot zucchini, mushrooms and a rare Japanese delicacy. SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6Acb This story is a part of our Planet Earth series. From mammals to insects and birds to reptiles, we share th

  • 01:25 This "Bearcat'" Smells Like Popcorn

    This "Bearcat'" Smells Like Popcorn

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    Meet the binturong, aka "bearcat." With a face like a cat, a body like a bear, and a tail like a monkey, these reclusive creatures are pretty strange looking, and the strangeness doesn't end with their appearance. They also have a distinctive yet familiar

  • 13:25 Bird Is The Word In These 5 Stories

    Bird Is The Word In These 5 Stories

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    Lets do a little birdwatching. Right here, right now. No need for binoculars. Were winging it in this reel full of stories about swiftlets, eagles, parrots, falcons and swans and the people who co-habitate with, train and track these feathered friends of

  • 11:00 Four Flourishing Stories About Our Natural World

    Four Flourishing Stories About Our Natural World

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    Celebrate the splendor of nature with stories about the world’s loneliest tree, a topiary garden grown from rescued plants and more. SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6Acb #Nature #Plants #Earth This story is a part of our Planet Earth series. From mammals to i

  • 10:08 Floating Pockets of Paradise

    Floating Pockets of Paradise

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    In this reel we take you on an island getaway. We travel to a place inhabited only by rabbits, experience the alien beauty of Socotra island, and get off the grid with a couple building their own sustainable floating fortress. SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR

  • 17:15 5 Stories That'll Sting

    5 Stories That'll Sting

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    Can we get an ouch? In this reel, were introducing you to an entomologist who has been stung over 1,000 times on the job, honey hunters who dangle from cliffs while getting stung by bees and a stinging caterpillar with a strikingly familiar hairstyle.SUBS

  • 16:45 Five Stories About Sounds All Around

    Five Stories About Sounds All Around

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    Silence may be golden, but in these stories, sounds are invaluable. Meet a blind birdwatcher observing songs, a musician creating weather forecasts for the blind and the team tracking Orcas underwater. SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6Acb This story is a part

  • 12:12 Dig Into These Six Prehistoric Stories

    Dig Into These Six Prehistoric Stories

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    Channel your inner paleontologist and dig through this prehistoric reel. Crawl with a crab that predates dinosaurs, visit LA’s hidden whale warehouse and meet the Iguana King of Manzanilla, Mexico. SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6Acb This story is a part of

  • 10:25 The Secret Life of Bugs

    The Secret Life of Bugs

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    In this reel, we’re crawling along with some of nature’s most fascinating little critters. We track down the mighty Hercules beetle, find the extremely rare black beauty stick insect, and meet the gravedigger of the animal kingdom. SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.

  • 06:02 Photographing Liquid Mountains | That's Amazing

    Photographing Liquid Mountains | That's Amazing

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    When you think of the Great Lakes, you may not picture towering 30-foot waves. But Dave Sandford knows better. The professional photographer from Ontario, Canada, braves the icy cold water and fierce winds of Lake Erie to make his masterpieces. And they w

  • 09:33 These Adorable Animals are Fighting Extinction

    These Adorable Animals are Fighting Extinction

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    In this reel, we meet some adorable creatures fighting for survival, including a family of pileated gibbons, a prehensile-tailed porcupine facing habitat loss and an armadillo threatened by illegal poachers. SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6Acb This story is

  • 11:29 Escape to These Six Extraordinary Gardens

    Escape to These Six Extraordinary Gardens

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    In this reel, we're exploring six pockets of natural wonder. We travel to Japan to visit an abandoned sculpture garden, test our luck at a poison garden in London and get a glimpse of our future in a tarot garden in Tuscany. SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6A

  • 13:51 These Farmers Grow Everything From White Strawberries to Furniture

    These Farmers Grow Everything From White Strawberries to Furniture

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    We planted seeds, and these stories about farming and gardening sprouted right before our very eyes. Were cultivating unusual strawberries in Japan, rescuing plants in South Carolina and so much more. Come grow with us.SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6Acb#far

  • 04:04 17 Year Periodical Cicadas - Planet Earth - BBC Earth

    17 Year Periodical Cicadas - Planet Earth - BBC Earth

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    The biggest insect emergence on the planet is underway - after an absence of 17 years the next batch of Periodical Cicadas will grace the Forest for just a mere few days. For the Turtle and other Forest inhabitants this will be one very rare but ultimatel

  • 01:17 Swimming Through the Wall of Sharks

    Swimming Through the Wall of Sharks

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    The pristine waters of French Polynesia draw visitors from all over. Turns out grey reef sharks are pretty fond of them, too—so much so that the Island of Fakarava’s southern pass is called the “grey shark wall.” Fancy a swim? SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR

  • 11:46 9 of the World's Rarest Animals, Fighting to Stay Alive

    9 of the World's Rarest Animals, Fighting to Stay Alive

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    In this reel, we meet some of the rarest critters on planet Earth, including the closest living relative to the giraffe, a lemur threatened by hunting and a tree kangaroo hanging on for survival due to habitat loss. SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6Acb This s

  • 10:03 New The Origins of Fake Blood and the Hottest Pepper In the World

    The Origins of Fake Blood and the Hottest Pepper In the World

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    Seeing red doesn't need to be a bad thing. This hue-specific compilation features fake blood, the worlds hottest pepper and millions-upon-millions of migrating crabs.SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6Acb#red #colors #hueThis story is a part of our Planet Earth

  • 11:59 5 Stories All About Chickens

    5 Stories All About Chickens

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    We had planned to write: This is the reel where stories about chickens have come home to roost. Then we remembered this idiom actually means that the bad things you have done are now coming back to haunt you. And we dont want to say that. So lets just say

  • 12:05 In These Five Towns, Animals Rule

    In These Five Towns, Animals Rule

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    In this reel, the animal kingdom reigns supreme. We head to Unalaska, Alaska where bald eagles rule the air, tour Japan's adorable rabbit island, and explore a true dog haven in Costa Rica. SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6Acb This story is a part of our Plan

  • 12:56 Five Stories All About Cats

    Five Stories All About Cats

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    Arent cats wonderful? The person writing this copy thinks they are, so there is no debate to be had here. Its a fact. Cats are wonderful, and this reel is full of cat tales sure to be enjoyed by cat lovers everywhere.SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6Acb#Cats

  • 01:11 The Largest of the Toucans Has an EPIC Bill

    The Largest of the Toucans Has an EPIC Bill

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    The toco is the largest and perhaps most recognizable of the toucan family. Its striking, brightly colored bill comprises almost half of its body surface area. Toco toucans are found throughout South and Central America, but populations have declined over

  • 01:48 The World’s Only Scaled Mammal Is ADORABLE

    The World’s Only Scaled Mammal Is ADORABLE

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    There’s no mammal in the world quite like the tree pangolin. Covered in reptilian-like scales that protect it from predators in the wild, the pangolin will curl into a ball when threatened. Unfortunately, such tactics do little to protect it from humans.

  • 02:59 This Couple Nursed a Rainforest Back to Life

    This Couple Nursed a Rainforest Back to Life

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    What was once 300 acres of coffee and cardamom fields in India’s Southern Ghats is now lush native forest, all thanks to the hard work and dedication of Pamela Gale Malhotra and her husband Anil. The couple started India’s first private wildlife sanctuary

  • 14:00 For the Animal Lover in All of Us

    For the Animal Lover in All of Us

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    If you’re a pet lover, you understand the personal connection that can develop between humans and animals. In this reel, we meet with people whose love for their little creatures goes above and beyond. From a dog haven in Costa Rica to a rabbit paradise i

  • 08:46 Flying High With Our Feathered Friends

    Flying High With Our Feathered Friends

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    In this reel, we meet a few stunning birds who are, sadly, among the last of their kind. We come face-to-beak with a toco toucan endangered by the pet trade, an eclectus parrot facing habitat loss, and a milky eagle owl threatened by illegal hunting. SUBS

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  • 11:07 Exploring Worlds Deep Beneath the Earth

    Exploring Worlds Deep Beneath the Earth

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    In this reel, we're venturing deep, deep underground. We begin in Stockholm at the world's longest art gallery, explore the mysteries of shell grotto, and visit the hidden metropolis 150 feet beneath Kansas City. SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6Acb This stor

  • 04:56 Growing Portraits with Grass | That’s Amazing

    Growing Portraits with Grass | That’s Amazing

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    Grass is something that most of us take for granted. We walk all over it, we lay on it and sometimes mow it down. Few appreciate grass the way Dan Harvey and Heather Ackroyd do. And yet their art can stop you in your tracks. By manipulating the natural pr

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  • 02:12 Cows Dig Jazz

    Cows Dig Jazz

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    Florida dairy farmer Ed Henderson has been playing the trombone since elementary school. And these days his audience, well, fits the scenery. Turns out, cows love jazz music! What began as a one-off backyard practice session, has turned into a regular gig

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  • 10:59 Taking Care of the Worlds Baby Animals

    Taking Care of the Worlds Baby Animals

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    This reel is full of stories featuring baby animals, and the cuteness is intense. Weve got some inspiring and moving stories, including one about a dog who is a surrogate mom to zoo animals in need of nurturing and another about a preschool where orphaned

  • 05:44 Climbing Wind Turbines for a Living | That's Amazing

    Climbing Wind Turbines for a Living | That's Amazing

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    These days, giant wind turbines are supplying more and more of our clean energy. And when they break down, they need to be fixed fast. It's a job only a few people are equipped to handle. Those who are afraid of heights need not apply. Rock climber Jessic

  • 03:31 The Seal Whisperers and the Seals Who Love Them

    The Seal Whisperers and the Seals Who Love Them

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    For the past 40 years, Kathy Streeter has been a seal and sea lion trainer. During that time, she has learned that seals are as intelligent as dolphins, if not more so. Because of this, Streeter tries to enrich their lives with as many activities as she c

  • 13:39 New A Deep Dive Into the Lives of Sharks and Whales

    A Deep Dive Into the Lives of Sharks and Whales

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    Join us for a deep dive into the world of sharks and orcas. In this reel, we meet people who study, swim with and photograph these fascinating mammals, from the warm waters of Bimini to the frigid Arctic Ocean.SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6Acb#sharks #orca

  • 11:51 Exploring the World's Most Spectacular Temples

    Exploring the World's Most Spectacular Temples

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    In this reel, we're circumnavigating the globe in search of the most beautiful and divine places of worship. We travel to a temple of living colors in India, search for the unconventional hidden gems within Thailand's White Temple and behold the shimmerin

  • 07:09 Could There Be Another Polio Epidemic in the U.S.?

    Could There Be Another Polio Epidemic in the U.S.?

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    Paul Alexander is one of the last few remaining polio survivors that depend on iron lungs—half-century-old machines that force inhabitants to breathe. Read the full feature about the Last of the Iron Lungs here http://gizmo.do/5YzAxdk Subscribe to G

  • 11:36 Meet Some of Africa's Most Incredible (and Endangered) Animals

    Meet Some of Africa's Most Incredible (and Endangered) Animals

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    Meet some of Africa's most colorful residents as we take a tour of the continent through the eyes of the incredible creatures who call it home. From a "jackass" penguin to an ornery eagle, a cheetah to a hungry rhino, these amazing animals are worth getti

  • 12:57 Slither Into 8 Stories About Snakes

    Slither Into 8 Stories About Snakes

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    Snakes on a plane? We dont have any stories about snakes on a plane. But we have lots of other snakes stories that are just as snaky. Maybe even snakier. Possibly the snakiest of all time. Among themthe snake catchers of Bangkok, the true story behind sna

  • 11:32 Eight Places Straight out of a Fairytale

    Eight Places Straight out of a Fairytale

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    In this reel, we’re circumnavigating the world visiting eight spots fit for a princess. We head to Portugal to visit a castle of many colors, travel the seas to Mont Saint-Michel, a medieval abbey trapped by tides and time, and hike to the French countrys

  • 01:14 A Peek Into Italy's Surreal 'Ideal City'

    A Peek Into Italy's Surreal 'Ideal City'

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    In Terni, Italy, you'll find an architectural wonder that blends classical and medieval structures with surrealist and neo-mannerist elements. Once a Franciscan monastery, the idiosyncratic, dream-like site you’ll find today began with one man's vision. K

  • 03:04 Meet the Veterinarians Saving Kenya’s Wild Animals

    Meet the Veterinarians Saving Kenya’s Wild Animals

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    When an animal is in distress in the wild, who you gonna call? In Kenya, Animal Rights Reserved is on the job. The dedicated team of veterinarians and anti-poaching specialists get dispatched across the country to help animals in the wild. Whether there’s

  • 03:39 Inside the Mind of a Dog

    Inside the Mind of a Dog

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    Gregory Berns spent his entire life around dogs. So when his most beloved pet passed away, he began to wonder whether his dog reciprocated the same love and care he felt for him. As a neuroscientist at Emory University, he took his curiosity to the test.

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  • 13:05 The World’s Most Magnificent Libraries

    The World’s Most Magnificent Libraries

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    In this reel, we circumnavigate the globe in search of some of the most unusual and awe-inspiring libraries collecting more than just books. We begin in Alaska at a particularly *macabre* library checking out preserved and taxidermied animals, head on ove

  • 01:11 X-Men of the Ocean: The Uncanny Lined Seahorse

    X-Men of the Ocean: The Uncanny Lined Seahorse

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    Part Toad, part Mystique: lined seahorses are some of the most extraordinary creatures in the ocean, even if they don't seem like much at first. They're small, rather bland looking, and poor swimmers for sea-dwellers, but don't let that fool you; their ab

  • 10:39 Gimme Underground Rock: CAVES.

    Gimme Underground Rock: CAVES.

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    Great Big Reel 172: New to our channel, or don't have time to look through our back catalog? This video is part of a series of Great Big Reels we've put together for a blast through our world. In this reel, we get into all those awesome "S" words: spelunk

  • 11:06 8 Real-Life Fairytale Castles

    8 Real-Life Fairytale Castles

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    Most of us will never live in a castle. But we can dream, right? In this reel, we visit seven extraordinary castles. On the tour: A castle in Segovia, Spain, that inspired the fairytale castles in the Walt Disney movies Cinderella and Snow White and the H

  • 15:13 There's More Than One Way To Save The World: Five Folks Protecting The Planet In Unique Ways

    There's More Than One Way To Save The World: Five Folks Protecting The Planet In Unique Ways

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    Great Big Reel 168: New to our channel, or don't have time to look through our back catalog? This video is part of a series of Great Big Reels we've put together for a blast through our world. In this reel, we meet activists, arbiters, and idealists who h

  • 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

  • 12:46 4 Floral Stories

    4 Floral Stories

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    Stop and smell the roses and all of the other flowers in this arrangement aka Great Big Story reel. Its in full bloom with stories about the perfume capital of the world, a stunning Japanese flower park, an artist who sends flowers into outer space and a

  • 09:00 The Great Big Life Of Bugs

    The Great Big Life Of Bugs

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    Great Big Reel 173: New to our channel, or don't have time to look through our back catalog? This video is part of a series of Great Big Reels we've put together for a blast through our world. In this reel, we explore bugs in all their wonderful and stran

  • 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

  • 12:12 The Official Great Big Cat Video

    The Official Great Big Cat Video

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    Great Big Reel 159: New to our channel, or don't have time to look through our back catalog? This video is part of a series of Great Big Reels we've put together for a blast through our world. In this reel, we bring you cats. Lots of cats. All kinds of ca

  • 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

  • 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

  • 09:53 Popular 8 Of The Cutest -- And Rarest -- Creatures On The Planet

    8 Of The Cutest -- And Rarest -- Creatures On The Planet

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    Great Big Reel 132: New to our channel, or don't have time to look through our back catalog? This video is part of a series of Great Big Reels we've put together for a blast through our world. In this reel, we go back through our On The Brink Series to br

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  • 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

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

    Meet the Man Protecting Venezuela’s Eagles

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    Alexander Blanco Márquez is a veterinary doctor going to great heights to save the harpy eagles of Venezuela. As victims of poaching and deforestation, these beautiful birds have been diminishing in numbers over the years. Watching their species destroyed

  • 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

  • 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

  • 06:14 Surfing Under Northern Lights | That's Amazing

    Surfing Under Northern Lights | That's Amazing

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    Adventure photographer Chris Burkard is an expert at photographing surfers who ride the coldest, most punishing waves on the planet. He's used to battling the elements in order to get the perfect shot, but one fateful storm in Iceland nearly broke him. St

  • 01:49 Entering Austria’s Painted Crypt

    Entering Austria’s Painted Crypt

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    Founded in 1144, Austria’s Altenburg Abbey welcomes visitors with its aesthetic splendors. Not to be missed is its unusually beautiful crypt, a space adorned with frescoes painted by Paul Troger. But don’t let this light-strewn, cheerfully hued room fool

  • 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

  • 01:29 Exploring Guatemalas Mayan Ruins

    Exploring Guatemalas Mayan Ruins

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    You can walk among the remnants of a Mayan empire in Guatemalas Tikal National Park. Here, in the midst of 142,000 acres of a lush jungle stand the beautiful ruins of an ancient civilization that thrived from 600 BCE until its destruction in 900 CE. This

  • 06:02 Protecting the Future of Florida's Sea Turtles | That's Amazing

    Protecting the Future of Florida's Sea Turtles | That's Amazing

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    Due to rising sea levels, the sea turtles in the Florida Keys are in danger of losing their natal beaches. But not if Dr. Kristen Hart and her team of researchers have anything to do with it. Her team literally works around the clock to monitor these rept

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 13:23 8 Aquatic Adventures With Philippe Cousteau

    8 Aquatic Adventures With Philippe Cousteau

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    Great Big Reel 120: New to our channel, or don't have time to look through our back catalog? This video is part of a series of Great Big Reels we've put together for a blast through our world. In this reel, we revisit Season 1 of our series The Aquatic Wo

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 01:28 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

  • 03:25 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

  • 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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  • 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

  • 01:06 How Japan Keeps Millions of Residents Safe From Floods

    How Japan Keeps Millions of Residents Safe From Floods

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    The Metropolitan Area Outer Underground Discharge Channel is the largest underground water facility in the world. Built to protect residents from constant flooding, the system drains rainwater to a massive tunnel underground that then redirects the flow t

  • 01:25 There Are Only 100 of these Antelopes Left in the Wild

    There Are Only 100 of these Antelopes Left in the Wild

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    This chestnut-and-white-striped antelope is an eastern bongo. Fairly large in size, eastern bongos can weigh between 500 and 900 pounds with horns as long as 40 inches in length. Despite their size, they are timid creatures, most active during twilight wh

  • 01:22 Visiting South Koreas Festival of Floating Lanterns

    Visiting South Koreas Festival of Floating Lanterns

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    Everyone is out at night in Jinju, South Korea, during a two-week period in the fall. No one wants to miss the Jinju Namgang Lantern Festival, which honors the nations fallen soldiers. At the heart of the event is a parade of lanterns floating on the Namg

  • 11:41 On Giving Tuesday, Four Stories to Celebrate Our Animal Friends

    On Giving Tuesday, Four Stories to Celebrate Our Animal Friends

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    It’s Giving Tuesday! This reel has gone to the dogs—not to mention the cheetahs, house cats and seals! Here at Great Big Story, we love animals and the people who work tirelessly to protect and honor them. So in celebration of Giving Week, we’re proud to

  • 02:37 In Search of Undiscovered Insects

    In Search of Undiscovered Insects

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    If you think entomologists just sit in labs all day looking at slides, think again. Dr. R. Isaí Madriz is out in the field, embarking on dangerous expeditions to the harsh, remote Patagonian Ice Fields in search of undiscovered insect species. These insec

  • 01:35 Inside the Most Treasured Home in America

    Inside the Most Treasured Home in America

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    Hearst Castle is one of America's most treasured and visited homes. William Randolph Hearst, the newspaper magnate, built the compound in San Simeon, California, after inheriting and purchasing 250,000 acres in the year 1919. The main house has 115 rooms

  • 03:14 Discovering Life Under Antarctica’s Ice

    Discovering Life Under Antarctica’s Ice

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    Drew Lohrer is the principal investigator at Science Under the Ice, a project dedicated to studying the resilience of organisms under Antarctica’s frozen ocean. Along with his team of nine scientists, Lohrer dives deep to collect data on sea organisms and

  • 01:30 Step into the Sewage Cathedral

    Step into the Sewage Cathedral

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    Think sewage treatment facilities aren’t glamorous? English engineers from the 19th century would disagree. The Crossness Pumping Station in East London was one of the first of its kind, and it drew visitors from around the world. Instead of bland walls,

  • 03:15 Risking Your LIfe in the Name of Soup

    Risking Your LIfe in the Name of Soup

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    Angelito “Ange” Gujeldi is what is known as a nest gatherer. Following in the footsteps of his father and his grandfather, Ange climbs jagged rock faces and ventures into caves nestled in the rocks of Nabat, an island in the Philippines, to collect nests

  • 01:32 Living in the Netherlands’ Futuristic Homes

    Living in the Netherlands’ Futuristic Homes

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    Located about an hour outside Amsterdam is a village of spherical homes straight out of your futuristic fantasies. From a distance, Bolwoningen’s domes appear to be a set of golf balls, but up close, they are the architectural masterpiece of Dutch artist

  • 01:23 Float Through Japan's Floral Fairytale Wonderland

    Float Through Japan's Floral Fairytale Wonderland

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    Located just an hour's drive from Tokyo is the 23-acre Ashikaga Flower Park, home to over 350 brilliantly pastel-colored flowers including Japan's oldest and largest wisteria, which adorns an entire half-acre in bright hanging bulbs. The park is a year-ro

  • 01:21 These Ancient Windmills Were Built Over 1,000 Years Ago

    These Ancient Windmills Were Built Over 1,000 Years Ago

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    When you think of windmills, the Netherlands might first come to mind. But some of the oldest windmills in the world are in Nashtifan, Iran. Dozens stand atop a wall in the windy city, not far from the Afghanistan border. From a distance, they look like w

  • 01:13 Swim Peacefully with Thousands of Jellyfish in Palau

    Swim Peacefully with Thousands of Jellyfish in Palau

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    On Eil Malk Island in Palau, you can swim with jellyfish without getting stung. This marine lake was once connected to the ocean, but as the island changed, it was cut off. Now in isolation, it's filled with a jellyfish species found nowhere else. With no

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  • 01:35 Enter the Cave of Glowing Worms

    Enter the Cave of Glowing Worms

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    In caves that are 30 million years old and 150 feet underground, an unforgettable site glows in the dark. The Waitomo Caves in New Zealand are home to around 30,000 endemic glowworms. The worms spend their days spinning silk nests from the ceilings and lo

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  • 01:34 Explore Turkey’s Hidden Underground City

    Explore Turkey’s Hidden Underground City

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    Eighteen stories below ground in Turkey’s Cappadocia region, the ancient city of Derinkuyu remained hidden for centuries. The underground city was rediscovered in 1963 when a man knocked down a wall in his basement and stumbled across a hidden room. From

  • 01:17 This Beautiful Blue Lizard is Facing Extinction

    This Beautiful Blue Lizard is Facing Extinction

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    Found only in Grand Cayman, the westernmost part of the Cayman Islands, the Grand Cayman blue iguana is a striking creature. Its bright blue skin becomes brighter during breeding season, and its dark red eyes allow the lizards to see moving shapes at long

  • 01:14 Finding Tranquility in Chinas Extraordinary Wuling Mountains

    Finding Tranquility in Chinas Extraordinary Wuling Mountains

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    The Red Clouds Golden Summit is the pinnacle of tranquility. A spire of rock rising upward from Chinas Mount Fanjingshan in the Wuling Mountains, it soars above the clouds. Two temples sit atop this isolated natural wonderthe Temple of the Buddha and the

  • 01:32 The Great Wall of India

    The Great Wall of India

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    Hidden between mountains and snaking through remote valleys, the Kumbhalgarh Wall in Rajasthan, India is relatively unknown, even to locals. Still, its grand build and scale make it one of India’s most majestic landmarks. At 36 kilometers in length, it is

  • 10:01 Around the World in Six Caves

    Around the World in Six Caves

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    You dont even have to get up off your couch to explore some of the worlds most breathtaking caves with us. (But please do get up off your couch from time to time. We are proponents of people getting out into the great big world.) In Lebanon, we venture de

  • 03:02 Protecting Endangered Vegetables

    Protecting Endangered Vegetables

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    You’ve heard talk about protecting endangered animals, but what about endangered vegetables? It’s a crisis that’s come about with the worldwide rise of industrial farming—many indigenous veggies simply aren’t being grown in great quantities anymore. Dr. P

  • 02:32 Blind Birdwatcher Sees With Sound

    Blind Birdwatcher Sees With Sound

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    Juan Pablo Culasso is a birdwatcher in Uruguay, but he doesn't see birds the way that most birdwatchers do. In fact, he doesn’t see them at all. Born without sight, Culasso listens to the birds and has developed a keen ability to identify their distinct c

  • 01:21 This Tarantula’s Curly Hair is a Weapon In Disguise

    This Tarantula’s Curly Hair is a Weapon In Disguise

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    This little guy is a curly hair tarantula at the Philadelphia Insectarium and Butterfly Pavilion. Native to Central America, these spiders’ unusually tiny hairs serve as both a distinguishing feature and as a defense mechanism. When threatened, they will

  • 02:29 Preserving Prehistoric Lizards With the Iguana King

    Preserving Prehistoric Lizards With the Iguana King

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    We’ve all met a crazy cat lady or maybe a neighbor with an insane collection of pet turtles. Now, let us introduce you to Ramón Medina Archundia: the iguana guy. Archundia loves iguanas so much that he fosters hundreds of them in his front yard in Manzani

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

    Meet the Dog Protecting Planes From Bird Strikes

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    Faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, cooler than a cucumber in a bowl of hot sauce, it’s Piper the Aviation Bird Dog, ready for duty. Alongside his handler Brian Edwards, the dynamic duo protects the planes at Cherry Capital Air

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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

  • 01:31 A Panoramic View of Budapest

    A Panoramic View of Budapest

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    Among the steep hills of Budapest, along the Danube River, sits a terrace with some of the most incredible views of the city. The Fisherman’s Bastion was built at the turn of the 20th century as a celebration of the 1000th anniversary of the Hungarian sta

  • 01:15 Behold the Bactrian Camel

    Behold the Bactrian Camel

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    Meet Gemma, a Bactrian camel at the Greater Vancouver Zoo. At nearly 8 feet tall, she’s a beaut. Bactrians are the largest of all living camel species. Native to central Asia, these guys are special for rocking two humps instead of one. Their woolen coats

  • 01:25 Hanging Out With the Trapeze Artists of the Animal Kingdom

    Hanging Out With the Trapeze Artists of the Animal Kingdom

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    Northern white-cheeked gibbons are an acrobatic bunch. These primates, also known as “small apes,” have long and strong arms and thighs to help them swing through the trees. In fact, their speed and agility has earned northern white-cheeked gibbons a repu

  • 03:09 Better Living Through Snail Slime (And How It’s Harvested)

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

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    For centuries, humans have put snail slime on their faces. Why? They believed its nutrient-rich properties fought wrinkles, scars and redness. Modern research shows they were right to covet snail slime, and that’s where Simone Sampò comes in. After realiz

  • 01:19 This Tortoise Will Outlive Us All

    This Tortoise Will Outlive Us All

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    Meet Mr. Mac, an Aldabra tortoise at Zoo Boise. He’s a hefty fellow, and he’s seen a whole lotta life. Endowed with an enormous domed shell, large claws and a long neck, these tortoises can grow up to four feet in length and 500 pounds in weight. And with

  • 02:39 Fighting Food Waste in Los Angeles

    Fighting Food Waste in Los Angeles

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    When Rick Nahmias realized that fresh produce in his community was routinely being tossed out for minor bruising or browning, he knew something needed to be done to end the unnecessary waste. He founded Food Forward, a non-profit dedicated to ending hunge

  • 03:27 Tracking Air Pollution With the Pigeon Patrol | That's Amazing

    Tracking Air Pollution With the Pigeon Patrol | That's Amazing

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    More than five million people die every year from pollution-related illnesses, and nearly 10,000 of those deaths occur in London. But Romain LaCombe has made it his mission to change that. To do so, LaCombe—the London-based CEO of Plume Labs—has designed

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  • 02:29 This Chicken is Entirely Black, From Beak to Bone

    This Chicken is Entirely Black, From Beak to Bone

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    With a heart as black as our souls, Indonesia’s Ayam Cemani are our new goth dream queens. Known for their distinct melanin pigment, these birds are entirely black, from their feathers all the way down to their organs and bones. Thought to be the bearer o

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  • 03:07 Playing Instruments Made From Ice

    Playing Instruments Made From Ice

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    Tim Linhart was sculpting ice in Colorado when he decided to try something new: creating a giant, frozen violin. When a friend jokingly asked how Tim thought his violin would sound, it sparked an idea. Why not make an entire, functional orchestra out of i

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  • 01:16 France’s Forgotten Castle

    France’s Forgotten Castle

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    Nestled in the countryside sits an abandoned castle that was once the hub of French aristocratic parties. The Château de la Mothe-Chandeniers was first built in the 14th century as a stronghold for French nobles. In the Middle Ages, it was conquered by th

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

    The Man-Made, Floating Islands of Lake Titicaca

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    Lake Titicaca in Peru is a lagoon made up of approximately 70 man-made islands. The central island serves as a hub, home to over 500 residents. Living afloat isn’t for everyone, but the Uros, a small South American tribe, have created and maintained this

  • 02:56 This Peruvian Farmer Grows Over 400 Varieties of Potatoes

    This Peruvian Farmer Grows Over 400 Varieties of Potatoes

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    Consider the humble potato. Many of us take the starchy tuber for granted. But not Julio Hancco Mamani. That’s because deep in the Andes mountains, in the Cusco region of Peru, this “Potato King” is continuing a family legacy by cultivating more than 400

  • 03:18 The Man Clearing 9,000 Tons of Trash From Mumbai’s Beaches

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

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    Over three years ago, Versova beach in Mumbai was little more than a dumping ground for garbage and waste. After witnessing the devastating impact the refuse was having on the ocean, Afroz Shah decided to take matters into his own hands. What started off

  • 03:21 These Murals Were Grown from Rice

    These Murals Were Grown from Rice

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    In the village of Inakadate, Japan, elaborate expanses of “rice paddy art” grace the surrounding landscape. Looking for a way to boost tourism and contribute to the village’s rich culture, town officials turned to what they knew best &md

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  • 01:20 Float Above the Sandstone Spires That Inspired ‘Avatar’

    Float Above the Sandstone Spires That Inspired ‘Avatar’

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    Hundreds of miles from the hustle of Beijing and Shanghai, 3,000 rock pillars rise to pierce the sky and create an extraordinary forest of sandstone. Each of these incredible monoliths is a fragment of a long history, attaining its unique form through yea

  • 01:15 These Wildcats Need the Forest to Survive

    These Wildcats Need the Forest to Survive

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    This little old lady is Button, a 21-year-old margay at the Santa Ana Zoo. Native to the dense forests of Central and South America, these wildcats are tree-dwelling creatures whose wide feet and flexible toes allow them to climb, jump and hang from branc

  • 02:22 The Cloud Piano | That's Amazing

    The Cloud Piano | That's Amazing

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    What does a cloud sound like? Studio artist and educator David Bowen wanted to find out, so he built a machine to let the sky play music. Yes, really. Behold the Cloud Piano—a robotic installation that plays a note on the piano based on the movement and d

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  • 01:28 A Mad Inventors Surreal Fortress

    A Mad Inventors Surreal Fortress

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    Count Cesare Mattei was not technically a king, but he was the king of his own castle in Italys Northern Apennines. The inventor of a homeopathic treatment for pain using the physical energy of plants, Count Mattei began building Rocchetta Mattei on a sce

  • 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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    This is the black beauty stick insect, a rare species only found in a tiny 12-acre area high in the mountains of northern Peru. Only discovered in 2005, not much is known about these insects, but they are believed to be most active at night when their dee

  • 05:16 Surreal Worlds Captured in a Snow Globe | That's Amazing

    Surreal Worlds Captured in a Snow Globe | That's Amazing

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    Inspired by nature and the elements, snow globe artists Walter Martin and Paloma Muñoz have drawn people into their surreal world of winter wonder for 15 years. The couple puts a modern twist on an age-old craft, producing poetic and custom works of art.

  • 02:48 Taking on Hawaii’s Plant Extinction Crisis

    Taking on Hawaii’s Plant Extinction Crisis

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    For the past 45 years, Steve Perlman has dedicated himself to saving Hawaii’s dying species of plant life. As a field botanist for the Plant Extinction Prevention Program, Perlman focuses on cultivating rare plants in the wild, often navigating unchartere

  • 02:57 Barn Owls: The Secret Saviors of Napa Valley's Vineyards

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

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    Barn owls have long been one of the secrets to Napa Valley’s world-class wines. Rather than relying on chemicals and pesticides, winemakers work with owls—nature’s best pest control—to ensure that the best grapes make it to your wine bottle without rodent

  • 01:37 Cold War Bunker Serves as Chilling Reminder of the Past’s Future

    Cold War Bunker Serves as Chilling Reminder of the Past’s Future

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    Nine hundred feet below ground, near the Bosnian town of Konjic, a once secret fallout shelter lies in wait. Welcome to Tito’s Bunker, a distilled version of the Cold War zeitgeist preserved in time. Created at the height of the Cold War by Josip Broz Tit

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

    These Crabs Have Been Crawling Before the Dinosaurs

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    For the past 200 million years, the American horseshoe crab has roamed our planet. A semiaquatic species, these creatures spend the majority of their time in shallow waters and can be found along the Atlantic coastline of North America. Their ten eyes hel

  • 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

  • 41:30 'That's Amazing' Episode 3 | Meet Earth's Minders

    'That's Amazing' Episode 3 | Meet Earth's Minders

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    The Earth needs champions—people willing to go to great heights (and depths) in order to conserve the natural world. In the third episode of "That's Amazing," we meet a team of diver-scientists who stay underwater for weeks at a time in the name of scienc

  • 03:09 The Life and Death Stakes of Weather in Space | That’s Amazing

    The Life and Death Stakes of Weather in Space | That’s Amazing

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    Tornadoes, hurricanes, St. Elmo's fire: Earth is home to some amazing weather phenomena. But what's going on outside of our planet? NASA astronaut Leland Melvin takes us on a journey to outer space to learn about the extreme conditions that rage beyond ou

  • 04:19 Farming Under the Sea for Japan’s Rare Delicacy

    Farming Under the Sea for Japan’s Rare Delicacy

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    Seventy miles off the coast of mainland Japan is the small island of Okinawa, home to some of the most unique seaweed in the world. Mozuku is a rare underwater delicacy found off the mainland coast. Each fall, farmer Tadashi Oshiro uses a special techniqu

  • 01:30 In France, This Chapel Rises From a Volcano

    In France, This Chapel Rises From a Volcano

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    If you want to visit the Chapel of Saint-Michel d'Aiguilhe, aka, “Saint Michael of the Needle,” you’ll have to climb up—way up. Located in France, the chapel is perched atop a distinct volcanic plug rising nearly 300 feet in the air. Dedicated to Michael

  • 01:58 This Lab of Snake Venom Is Saving Lives

    This Lab of Snake Venom Is Saving Lives

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    If we told you about a small facility containing over 500 venomous snakes, you might think we were describing the lair of a Bond villain. But nope, quite the opposite—the Clodomiro Picado Institute in Costa Rica is among only a handful of labs responsible

  • 02:32 This Indoor Skydiver Dances on Air

    This Indoor Skydiver Dances on Air

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    Inka Tiitto is a dancer, who also happens to be a world champion indoor skydiver. Demonstrating grace and impressive control over her movements, Tiitto blends dancing and flying in ways you have to see to believe. SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6Acb This sto

  • 01:17 Exploring France … in Miniature

    Exploring France … in Miniature

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    Where can you see the Eiffel Tower, Mont Saint-Michel and the Arc de Triomphe, all within mere steps of each other? France, of course—or, to be specific, France Miniature. Located in Élancourt, two hours outside of Paris, France Miniature is a theme park

  • 03:11 The Towns That Embraced Darkness to See Starlight

    The Towns That Embraced Darkness to See Starlight

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    Light pollution is no joke. As our cities grow bigger and brighter, fewer Americans get to take in the breathtaking grandeur of the Milky Way. Sensing this, the residents of Westcliffe and Silver Cliff, two small towns in Colorado, purposefully dimmed the

  • 02:40 Exploring the Longest Cave System in Asia

    Exploring the Longest Cave System in Asia

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    At 148 miles in length, Shuanghe Cave in China’s Guizhou province holds the honor of being the longest cave in Asia. No one knows it better than 61-year-old farmer Zhao Zhongguo. He’s spent the past three decades exploring the cave complex, documenting ov

  • 21:55 Inside NASA’s Mission to Track Greenland’s Ice Melt

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

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    Greenland’s Inuit people have been living on the ice for thousands of years, but in the winter of 1963, they noticed glaciers melting in the winter for the first time. Decades later, a team of NASA scientists would be the first to prove that Greenland’s i

  • 02:40 Inside Europe’s Busiest (and Cutest) Wildlife Hospital

    Inside Europe’s Busiest (and Cutest) Wildlife Hospital

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    Sprained paw? Broken wing? Tiggywinkles will get you back to roaring health. With over 10,000 animals coming through the door each year, Tiggywinkles wildlife hospital is the busiest (and cutest) in all of Europe. Named after the beloved Beatrix Potter ch

  • 01:19 This Stick Insect Came Back from Extinction

    This Stick Insect Came Back from Extinction

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    The Lord Howe Island stick insect did the impossible. These "land lobsters" were once so common on Lord Howe Island in Australia that fishermen used them as bait. But in 1918, a British supply ship crashed on the island and introduced rats, which ate the

  • 03:48 Helping the Homeless Through Farm-to-Table Training

    Helping the Homeless Through Farm-to-Table Training

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    There’s a San Francisco garden growing more than just produce. In a city plagued by homelessness, the Farming Hope Initiative offers urban farming and cooking training to those without a place to live. The program aims to give participants skills that can

  • 01:27 The World’s Only Floating National Park

    The World’s Only Floating National Park

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    Located in the Indian state of Manipur, Keibul Lamjao National Park is the world’s only floating wildlife sanctuary. The park’s Loktak Lake—the largest freshwater lake in northern India—is a spectacular sight, dotted with green patches and rings of vegeta

  • 01:22 Explore the Melting Ice Caves of Alaska’s Mendenhall Glacier

    Explore the Melting Ice Caves of Alaska’s Mendenhall Glacier

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    Mendenhall Glacier is a spectacular 12-mile-long glacier near Juneau, Alaska. Ice caves make up its surreal interior. Only the truly adventurous can access its icy walls, as the trip to see them requires a kayak trip, an ice climb and—once you're inside—t

  • 03:43 How You Can Hike, Bike, Ski and Dive for Science

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

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    Want to help scientists find ways to protect butterflies, create a safe passage for wildlife and rid the oceans of microplastics? Well, if you’re up for the adventure, Gregg Treinish has got some work for you. With his nonprofit Adventure Scientists, he’s

  • 02:49 Living With 80,000 Birds to Make Bird Nest Soup

    Living With 80,000 Birds to Make Bird Nest Soup

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    Resting on a steep hill on the island of San Pascual, Philippines, is a house that’s home to one man and 80,000 birds. These tiny black-and-brown birds are known as “swiftlets,” and they’re a hot commodity in the country. Their nests are formed from harde

  • 02:34 The Amazon Boiling River

    The Amazon Boiling River

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    When Andrés Ruzo was a boy, his grandfather would tell him tales of a mythical city of gold deep in the heart of the Peruvian jungle. Though never believing the stories to be true, the legend of the lost city stuck with him into adulthood. Years la

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  • 01:17 This Pagoda Contains the Largest Book in the World

    This Pagoda Contains the Largest Book in the World

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    Myanmar’s Kuthodaw Pagoda is a Buddhist shrine comprised of hundreds of inscribed stone tablets. From a distance, the surrounding stupas resemble a cluster of small temples. Combined, however, they form the entirety of Buddha’s teachings. Each of the 730

  • 01:31 Living on the Most Crowded Island on Earth

    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

  • 10:09 These 8 Unique Creatures Are As Rare As They Are Fascinating

    These 8 Unique Creatures Are As Rare As They Are Fascinating

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    Great Big Reel 147: New to our channel, or don't have time to look through our back catalog? This video is part of a series of Great Big Reels we've put together for a blast through our world. In this reel, we meet 8 of our planet's rarest and most unique

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  • 12:52 Five Stories Of Ordinary People With Extraordinary Compassion For Animals

    Five Stories Of Ordinary People With Extraordinary Compassion For Animals

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    Great Big Reel 144: New to our channel, or don't have time to look through our back catalog? This video is part of a series of Great Big Reels we've put together for a blast through our world. In this reel, we meet ordinary people giving some extraordinar

  • 01:30 Building a Palace of Dreams One Pebble at a Time

    Building a Palace of Dreams One Pebble at a Time

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    One morning, mailman Ferdinand Cheval stumbled across an interesting pebble on his delivery route. He picked it up, and from there, an obsession began. Using stones he collected on his routes, Cheval began working each night to create Le Palais Idéal, an

  • 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

  • 03:05 This Mountain Has Been Home to Monks for 12 Centuries

    This Mountain Has Been Home to Monks for 12 Centuries

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    Amongst the picturesque cliffs of Mount Athos, Greece, lives a community of monks who have been on this sacred piece of land for centuries. Isolated and hard to reach, the mountain is one of the most important places in the Christian Orthodox world. The m

  • 02:39 Mountain Biking in the North Pole

    Mountain Biking in the North Pole

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    Professional mountain biker Darren Berrecloth has spent his career scouring the globe for the biggest and steepest trails on the planet. His latest expedition took him somewhere unexpected—the remote uninhabited island of Axel Heiberg in Canada, 40 miles

  • 11:04 Four Stories About Dogs

    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

  • 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

  • 02:16 One Woman’s Mission to End Polio in Pakistan

    One Woman’s Mission to End Polio in Pakistan

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    Polio is still a critical problem in Pakistan where vaccination efforts have stalled. Khalida Nasreen is on a mission to change that. Every morning at 5 a.m., she hops on a motorbike and makes her way around Karachi, going door-to-door to inoculate the ch

  • 01:18 Red-Faced, Hairless and Handsome: Meet the Bald Uakari Monkey

    Red-Faced, Hairless and Handsome: Meet the Bald Uakari Monkey

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    "Hairless and red-faced " may not be typical adjectives to describe good health, but healthy bald uakari monkeys possess both of these qualities. These primates are known for their bright red faces, which indicate good health. Sick bald uakaris tend to de

  • 00:53 This Bird that Came Back From Extinction

    This Bird that Came Back From Extinction

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    The Pava Aliblanca is a slender black bird with a black tipped beak and nine large white flight feathers at the ends of its wings. It was first discovered in 1877, but after several research expeditions with no sightings, the Pava Aliblanca was declared e

  • 03:55 Freediving With Japan’s Pearl Divers

    Freediving With Japan’s Pearl Divers

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    Aiko Ono was working as a photographer in the bustling megalopolis of Tokyo, but she had long dreamed of the ocean. When an unexpected opportunity arose, she left her life in the city to join Japan’s legendary female “ama” divers. For centuries, ama diver

  • 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

  • 11:09 Venture Into the Forest with These Four Stories

    Venture Into the Forest with These Four Stories

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    Craving some time outdoors? This reel is for you. First up, we meet a man who lives off the land in Fiordland, New Zealand, one of the most remote locations in the world. The biggest surprisehe isnt the least bit anti-social. Next, we spend time with a so

  • 01:14 Slovenia’s Cliff-Hanging Castle

    Slovenia’s Cliff-Hanging Castle

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    Located in the town of Postojna, Slovenia, Predjama Castle sits 400 feet above ground atop a rocky cliffside. Built in the 13th century in Gothic style, the exterior of the castle was reconstructed once again in the 16th century after it was seized by ano

  • 01:29 This Tortoise Could Be Extinct in 20 Years

    This Tortoise Could Be Extinct in 20 Years

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    Endemic to the dry southern forests of Madagascar, the radiated tortoise has an incredibly long lifespan—the oldest tortoise on record reached an estimated 188 years of age. They boast highly intricate, dome-shaped shells lined with blood vessels, making

  • 04:09 Meet the Teenagers Fighting to Save Our Planet

    Meet the Teenagers Fighting to Save Our Planet

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    On September 20, 2019, millions of young people around the world skipped school to take part in the Global Climate Strike, organized by teenage climate change activist Greta Thunberg. They sent a powerful message to world leaders attending the United Nati

  • 02:50 The Future of Farming Is Underwater

    The Future of Farming Is Underwater

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    Beneath the glistening blue waves of the Bay of Noli in the Italian Riviera are biospheres bursting with basil, tomatoes, herbs and other plants. It's all a part of a science experiment known as Nemo's Garden. While growing plants underwater might seem st

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  • 01:15 Behold (and Beware) the Largest Lizards on Earth

    Behold (and Beware) the Largest Lizards on Earth

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    Wed like to introduce you to Elsie. She is a Komodo dragon, and while she appears pretty chill, Komodo dragons are, in fact, fierce predators. They take down big animals like deer and water buffalo and poison prey with their toxic bite. And, boy, can they

  • 01:30 Regular Show | Going Back In Time - and Space! | Cartoon Network

    Regular Show | Going Back In Time - and Space! | Cartoon Network

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    Mordecai, Rigby, and co. have docked on a mysterious dome, whose inhabitants claim to be stuck in the year 1690! Watch the New Episode Thursday 10/20 @ 8/7c on Cartoon Network! CN GAMES: http://bit.ly/CNGames SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/109Y6wq WATCH MORE: h

  • 02:44 The Monkey Whisperer

    The Monkey Whisperer

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    Behold, the François’ leaf monkey! These rare, adorable (and nationally protected) beings live in Guizhou Province’s Mayang River National Nature Reserve, where forest ranger Xiao Zhijin has been lucky enough to work with them for more than 20 years. Ever

  • 02:47 Turning Gas Guzzlers Into Clean Cars

    Turning Gas Guzzlers Into Clean Cars

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    In Mexico City, more than 3.5 million cars navigate the streets, plazas and avenues of North America’s most populous urban area. That makes for a ton of exhaust, but luckily, there’s a solution to this environmental problem. Enter engineer/auto mechanic A

  • 08:14 Life Through the Eyes of a Sea Turtle

    Life Through the Eyes of a Sea Turtle

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    We all became acutely aware of the dangers of plastic pollution in 2015, when a video of marine biologist Nathan Robinson pulling an entire plastic straw out of a sea turtles nose began to circulate. Today, Robinson is studying green sea turtles off the c

  • 02:04 A View from Germanys Bastei Bridge

    A View from Germanys Bastei Bridge

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    Suspended 650 feet in the air between towering sandstone rocks, the Bastei Bridge is a Victorian era engineering marvel. Built in 1851, it offers stunning panoramic views of Saxon Switzerland National Park. Which isnt in Switzerland, by the way, but in Sa

  • 01:48 Europe's Largest Monument Marks Napoleon's Surrender

    Europe's Largest Monument Marks Napoleon's Surrender

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    Standing nearly 300 feet tall, Europe’s largest monument is a dedication to the army that defeated Napoleon. Named after the battle that took place in 1813, The Monument to the Battle of the Nations is located in Leipzig, Germany, at the very site where N

  • 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

  • 02:23 This Incense Is Worth $60,000

    This Incense Is Worth $60,000

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    Its no coincidence that Hong Kong is Cantonese for fragrant harbor. The city was the epicenter of the incense trade in ancient times. Agarwood incense is a treasured commodity today. Harvested from aquilaria trees, it smells like a cross between nutty woo

  • 03:30 How the Worlds Best Rose Water Is Made

    How the Worlds Best Rose Water Is Made

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    Youve probably spritzed rose water on your face, or drank rose water tea. Its trendy now, though the aromatic liquid has been a staple for centuries in the Middle East. The worlds best rose water is made by experts like Moshen Ghaffari in Irans Qamsar Dis

  • 04:07 This Is Where Your Wine Corks Come From

    This Is Where Your Wine Corks Come From

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    Uncorking a bottle of wine after a long day is one of the few true pleasures in life. But ever wonder where that small cork—aka the last thing standing between you and your favorite red—comes from? In Portugal, there’s a long and rich history of harvestin

  • 06:51 Why We're Hell-Bent on Saving These Giant Salamanders

    Why We're Hell-Bent on Saving These Giant Salamanders

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    In the fast-flowing streams of eastern Tennessee, Emilly Nolan is working hard to reestablish a population for a strange looking animal with an even stranger array of nicknames. The Eastern hellbenderaka snot otter, aka lasagna lizardis one of the largest

  • 08:23 Discovering the Mystery of the Eagle Ray

    Discovering the Mystery of the Eagle Ray

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    Off the coast of Sarasota, Florida, lives the spotted eagle ray—a beautiful, yet mysterious, sea creature. Very little is known about the eagle ray, so research teams from Florida Atlantic University and Mote Marine Lab are pioneering new techniques to be

  • 07:58 How a 16-Year-Old Is Leading a Global Climate Movement

    How a 16-Year-Old Is Leading a Global Climate Movement

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    For hundreds of thousands of young people around the world, Greta Thunberg is an icon. In August 2018, dismayed by adults’ lack of action on the global climate crisis, the teenager sat herself down in front of the Swedish Parliament, pledging to strike fr

  • 01:35 The Spanish Castle That Inspired Walt Disney

    The Spanish Castle That Inspired Walt Disney

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    Located in central Spain, the Alcázar of Segovia is one of the country’s most visited and distinctive landmarks. Emerging from a rocky crag rising between two rivers, the castle’s nautical shape mimics the bow of a ship. Having served as a fortress, a roy

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  • 02:50 In Peru, a 'Foggy' Solution to a Water Shortage

    In Peru, a 'Foggy' Solution to a Water Shortage

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    Millions of people in Peru lack access to safe water and sewage services. But Abel Cruz Gutiérrez has a solution. Gutiérrez, president of the "Peruvians Without Water" association, uses an ingenious system of "fog catchers" to make water accessible to res

  • 07:21 Protecting Pangolins From Poachers in South Africa

    Protecting Pangolins From Poachers in South Africa

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    Pangolins have survived for 85 million years, but their very existence is under threat now. Poachers are killing them for their scales. Dr. Ray Jansen, a zoology professor, and wildlife biologist Francois Meyer are trying to save South Africas pangolin po

  • 01:26 Germany’s Real-Life Disney Castle

    Germany’s Real-Life Disney Castle

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    Perched atop a foresty hill in Bavaria, Germany, is a real-life fantasy castle. Commissioned by King Ludwig II in 1869, Neuschwanstein Castle has become a major part of our cultural history, even serving as inspiration for Walt Disney’s “Sleeping Beauty.”

  • 02:55 Meet the Street Artist Transforming Dubai

    Meet the Street Artist Transforming Dubai

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    For most of his life, artist Myneandyours lived and worked in his native London. But after 28 years there, he felt the pull to help create a culture, rather than simply be a part of one already well established. So, Myneandyours took his creative talents

  • 03:10 He Voiced ‘The Animaniacs’ and Other ‘90s Cartoons

    He Voiced ‘The Animaniacs’ and Other ‘90s Cartoons

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    You know his voice from your favorite ‘90s cartoons; he gave life to Pinky from “Pinky and the Brain,” Yakko from “Animaniacs,” and even Raphael in the original “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” series. His name? Rob Paulsen. Meet the voice actor who helped

  • 02:19 How Scientists Are Protecting Tigers in Thailand

    How Scientists Are Protecting Tigers in Thailand

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    The tiger population around the world has been decimated because of illegal hunting and habitat loss. But there is hopeful news coming out of Thailand. Scientists from Panthera worked with the Thai Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conserva

  • 03:07 The Best Stargazing is at the Northern Tip of India

    The Best Stargazing is at the Northern Tip of India

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    For some of the best stargazing in the world, many make the trek to Ladakh at the northern tip of India. The region is home to the Indian Astronomical Observatory, specifically situated for its unique geology. Located on cold, remote desert land, the area

  • 02:26 The Largest Handwritten Family Tree in the World

    The Largest Handwritten Family Tree in the World

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    The Ganges River is a highly revered site by Hindus and an iconic, historical epicenter in India. As hundreds of thousands of people visit the Ganges each year, there is a dedicated group of priests, better known as pandits, working quietly behind the sce

  • 41:01 'That's Amazing' Episode 7 | Artists of Our Natural World

    'That's Amazing' Episode 7 | Artists of Our Natural World

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    In the seventh episode of "That's Amazing." meet a team of imaginative Foley artists creating unique sounds for motion pictures, a Hawaiian family who has made world class ukeleles from rare koa trees for decades, a pair of artists creating lifelike portr

  • 02:57 Elevating the Underground: Subway Opera

    Elevating the Underground: Subway Opera

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    While New York City's subway riders are glued to their smartphones, a small group of singers is bringing light to the underground with opera. Opera Collective is a group of around 30 New York City opera singers who perform in a rather unusual venue: subwa


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