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  • 01:01 The Articles Of Confederation Explained In One Minute

    The Articles Of Confederation Explained In One Minute

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    Betcha I can explain the Articles of Confederation in one minute. Check out the longer version here, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QQtJNK5_8Uk

  • 04:14 Definite And Indefinite Articles | Modifiers | The Parts Of Speech

    Definite And Indefinite Articles | Modifiers | The Parts Of Speech

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    'A' and 'an' are the indefinite articles of English; 'the' is the definite article. David explains what that means!

  • 13:04 The Constitution, the Articles, and Federalism: Crash Course US History #8

    The Constitution, the Articles, and Federalism: Crash Course US History #8

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    In which John Green teaches you about the United States Constitution. During and after the American Revolutionary War, the government of the new country operated under the Articles of Confederation. While these Articles got the young nation through its wa

  • 02:48 Intro To Articles | Modifiers | The Parts Of Speech

    Intro To Articles | Modifiers | The Parts Of Speech

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    Articles—words like the, a, and an—are special adjectives we use to indicate whether a noun is specific or not specific. David, Khan Academy's resident grammarian, explains.

  • 00:44 Count By Category | Counting | Early Math | Khan Academy

    Count By Category | Counting | Early Math | Khan Academy

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    Learn to count the number of things in different categories. Practice this lesson yourself on KhanAcademy.org right now: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/early-math/cc-early-math-counting-topic/cc-early-math-comparing-numbers/e/sort-groups-by-count?utm_so

  • 02:14 Glow Worm Caves of New Zealand in 360° | National Geographic

    Glow Worm Caves of New Zealand in 360° | National Geographic

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    Deep below ground strange carnivorous worms glow and twinkle like the night sky to attract their prey. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, a

  • 02:15 Popular 360° Great Hammerhead Shark Encounter | National Geographic

    360° Great Hammerhead Shark Encounter | National Geographic

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    Dive into this 360° video and go face to face with a curious great hammerhead shark. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Thro

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  • 01:56 360° Antarctica - Unexpected Snow | National Geographic

    360° Antarctica - Unexpected Snow | National Geographic

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    Explore a penguin and seal colony as a storm moves in. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientis

  • 04:26 Photographing the Real Life of Bees | National Geographic

    Photographing the Real Life of Bees | National Geographic

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    National Geographic asked photographer Anand Varma to work on a story about honey bees. What he came up with is a work of art. Sponsored by BMWUSA. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's pr

  • 08:10 Popular SUPERHERO KID RYAN TOYSREVIEW LIMITED EDITION T-SHIRT Family Fun For Kids Egg Surprise Toys

    SUPERHERO KID RYAN TOYSREVIEW LIMITED EDITION T-SHIRT Family Fun For Kids Egg Surprise Toys

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    Ryan ToysReview as Red Titan Kid Superhero In Real Life season 1! Due to Popular Demand, Ryan ToysReview First Ever Limited Edition T-Shirt available for the holiday season! Available until Dec 14, 2016 to ship in time for the holiday season!!! https://te

  • 03:20 Electromagnetism 101 | National Geographic

    Electromagnetism 101 | National Geographic

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    Electromagnetism is one of the four fundamental forces of nature. Learn about the relationship between electricity and magnetism, the different wavelengths on the electromagnetic spectrum, and how an invisible force protects our entire planet. ➡ Subscribe

  • 03:41 Mars 101 | National Geographic

    Mars 101 | National Geographic

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    From its blood-like hue to its potential to sustain life, Mars has intrigued humankind for thousands of years. Learn how the red planet formed from gas and dust and what its polar ice caps mean for life as we know it. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubs

  • 03:06 Moon 101 | National Geographic

    Moon 101 | National Geographic

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    What is the moon made of, and how did it form? Learn about the moon's violent origins, how its phases shaped the earliest calendars, and how humans first explored Earth's only natural satellite half a century ago. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscrib

  • 03:41 Rainforests 101 | National Geographic

    Rainforests 101 | National Geographic

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    Rainforests are home to over half of the world's plant and animal species. Learn about tropical and temperate rainforests, how they contribute to the global ecosystem, and the conservation efforts being done to protect these biomes. ➡ Subscribe: http://bi

  • 02:58 Hurricanes 101 | National Geographic

    Hurricanes 101 | National Geographic

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    Hurricanes are the most powerful storms known to man. Find out when hurricane season peaks, how the storms form, and the surprising role they play in the larger global ecosystem. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe #NationalGeographic #Hurricanes A

  • 06:49 Free Solo 360 | National Geographic

    Free Solo 360 | National Geographic

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    Immerse yourself in the experience of free solo climbing Yosemite’s famous El Capitan alongside Alex Honnold in this breathtaking 360 video. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium d

  • 02:48 Stars 101 | National Geographic

    Stars 101 | National Geographic

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    Countless stars dot the night sky. Learn how these celestial objects form, how they are classified by brightness and temperature, and what happens when they die. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe #NationalGeographic #Stars #Educational About Nati

  • 02:54 Mosasaurs 101 | National Geographic

    Mosasaurs 101 | National Geographic

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    Mosasaurs were Earth's last great marine reptiles. Learn about the surprising places they'd hunt, how some species dwarfed even the Tyrannosaurus rex, and how key physical adaptations allowed these reptiles to become a prehistoric apex predator. ➡ Subscri

  • 02:43 Meteor Showers 101 | National Geographic

    Meteor Showers 101 | National Geographic

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    About 30 meteor showers can be seen from Earth throughout the year. Learn the science behind meteor showers, the dates when showers like the Geminids occur, and the origins of wishing upon a shooting star. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About

  • 01:12 This Sea Slug Eats Its Own Kind | National Geographic

    This Sea Slug Eats Its Own Kind | National Geographic

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    The nudibranch is a cannibalistic sea slug. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photogr

  • 03:13 The Kangaroo is the World's Largest Hopping Animal | National Geographic

    The Kangaroo is the World's Largest Hopping Animal | National Geographic

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    The kangaroo is one of Australia's most recognizable marsupials and is the only large animal to hop! ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and

  • 02:55 Caffeine 101 | National Geographic

    Caffeine 101 | National Geographic

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    Nearly 90% of the United States population has at least one caffeinated beverage every day. Learn about the chemistry of caffeine, how it causes increased alertness and focus, and how caffeine is capable of causing overdoses. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/Na

  • 02:58 Neptune 101 | National Geographic

    Neptune 101 | National Geographic

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    Neptune is the most distant of the solar system's eight planets. Find out about the blue world's orbit, which of Neptune's moons is the largest, and how the planet is home to the most severe weather in the solar system. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSu

  • 08:37 Superman | Billion Dollar Limited (Classic Cartoon)

    Superman | Billion Dollar Limited (Classic Cartoon)

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    Public Domain, 1942.

  • 02:05 Largest Known Marine Stingray Study | National Geographic

    Largest Known Marine Stingray Study | National Geographic

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    Due to the elusive nature of these fish, very little is known about their ecology and behavior. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe#NationalGeographic #Stingrays #OceansAbout National Geographic:National Geographic is the world's premium destination

  • 01:22 Popular Continental Drift 101 | National Geographic

    Continental Drift 101 | National Geographic

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    Plate tectonics have shuffled the earth’s landmasses around—and continue to do so. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe ➡ Get More 101 Videos: http://bit.ly/NatGeo101 About National Geographic’s 101 Series: Explore and experience the forces that sha

  • 03:11 Black Holes 101 | National Geographic

    Black Holes 101 | National Geographic

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    At the center of our galaxy, a supermassive black hole churns. Learn about the types of black holes, how they form, and how scientists discovered these invisible, yet extraordinary objects in our universe. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe #Natio

  • 03:06 Hornets Bake Their Predator  | National Geographic

    Hornets Bake Their Predator | National Geographic

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    Japanese giant hornets pack a venomous sting so strong it can dissolve human tissue. But when a hornet scout enters a beehive, watch as the bees turn the tables on their enemy — and literally bake the predator to death! Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatG

  • 03:19 Daylight Saving Time 101 | National Geographic

    Daylight Saving Time 101 | National Geographic

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    About 70 countries around the world practice Daylight Saving Time. Find out who came up with the concept of Daylight Saving Time, where the time change was first enacted nationwide, and how some countries are attempting to eliminate it. ➡ Subscribe: http:

  • 00:40 Watch This Sea Creature Shimmer and Disappear Before Your Eyes | National Geographic

    Watch This Sea Creature Shimmer and Disappear Before Your Eyes | National Geographic

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    Watch the astonishing illusions of a tropical crustacean called the sea sapphire. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through

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  • 01:42 What a World Champion Whistler Sounds Like | National Geographic

    What a World Champion Whistler Sounds Like | National Geographic

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    Four-time national and international whistling champion Christopher Ullman believes whistling is an art form. Using his lips, tongue, and teeth, he can mimic different instruments or add embellishments to the song—so he's not just your average, ever

  • 02:50 Who Was the First Person to Reach the North Pole? | National Geographic

    Who Was the First Person to Reach the North Pole? | National Geographic

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    Reaching the North Pole is no small feat. While many believe the first person to accomplish this daunting task was either Robert Peary or Frederick Cook, the title might actually belong to an African American explorer named Matthew Henson. ➡ Subscribe: ht

  • 01:20 Meet a Bizarre and Rare Beetle You’ve Never Seen Before | National Geographic

    Meet a Bizarre and Rare Beetle You’ve Never Seen Before | National Geographic

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    National Geographic Young Explorer Mark Wong found this strange-looking beetle while walking through the jungle in Singapore. It's a rare and mysterious female trilobite beetle, an ancient-looking insect that has kept scientists baffled for nearly two cen

  • 00:50 What’s Special About a Wolf’s Paw Print? | National Geographic

    What’s Special About a Wolf’s Paw Print? | National Geographic

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    Wolf paws leave behind more than just a print on the ground. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class sc

  • 03:11 Popular How We Can Keep Plastics Out of Our Ocean | National Geographic

    How We Can Keep Plastics Out of Our Ocean | National Geographic

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    Plastic pollution poses one of the biggest known threats to the ocean, influencing all ecosystems from beautiful coral reefs to abyssal trenches, eventually accumulating in our own food. Learn more about how to upend the current system of produce-use-disc

  • 01:32 Corals Collaborating to Eat Jellyfish: First-Ever Video | National Geographic

    Corals Collaborating to Eat Jellyfish: First-Ever Video | National Geographic

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    Filmed for the first time, Astroides calyculariscoral trap and devour “mauve stinger” jellyfish. In the western Mediterranean Sea, the orange coral forms colonies of small organisms called polyps. The polyps are connected, and together act as a single org

  • 04:20 Sea Turtles Nesting in Costa Rica - 360 | National Geographic

    Sea Turtles Nesting in Costa Rica - 360 | National Geographic

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    Several times a year, thousands of sea turtles make their way to this beach in Ostional Wildlife Refuge to lay their eggs. Egg harvesting has been legalized in this area to generate income for the community and encourage conservation. Observe this mass-ne

  • 03:23 How Do Honeybees Get Their Jobs? | National Geographic

    How Do Honeybees Get Their Jobs? | National Geographic

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    Every honeybee has a job to do. Some are nurses who take care of the brood; some are janitors who clean the hive; others are foragers who gather pollen to make honey. Collectively, honeybees are able to achieve an incredible level of sophistication, espec

  • 02:47 Underwater on Bermudas Montana Shipwreck  180 | National Geographic

    Underwater on Bermudas Montana Shipwreck 180 | National Geographic

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    Off the coast of Bermuda lies the Montana shipwreck, a civil war blockade runner from 1863. There are over 300 shipwrecks that surround Bermuda. Hard coral and reefs have since grown onto the wreckage, and scientists are able to learn about coral growth b

  • 02:55 Shark Encounter in 180: Worth More Alive | National Geographic

    Shark Encounter in 180: Worth More Alive | National Geographic

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    Come face to face with several species of sharks at Tiger Beach, while on expedition with conservationist Jim Abernethy. Shark diving generates millions of dollars every year in the Bahamas, where the apex predators are protected by the government and the

  • 02:40 Live a Day in the Life of King Tut | National Geographic

    Live a Day in the Life of King Tut | National Geographic

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    Ever wonder how Egyptian royalty lived 3,000 years ago? In 1922, British archaeologist Howard Carter’s discovery of an intact tomb revealed a wealth of artifacts and information that turned King Tut into a household name, and perhaps the most famous

  • 01:08 How Do Astronauts Stay Hydrated? Pee ... and Other Space Food Facts | National Geographic

    How Do Astronauts Stay Hydrated? Pee ... and Other Space Food Facts | National Geographic

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    Do you know what the first food eaten in space was? (No, it wasn't ice cream.) ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through th

  • 04:16 How Trees Secretly Talk to Each Other in the Forest | National Geographic

    How Trees Secretly Talk to Each Other in the Forest | National Geographic

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    What do trees talk about? In the Douglas fir forests of Canada, see how trees “talk” to each other by forming underground symbiotic relationships—called mycorrhizae—with fungi to relay stress signals and share resources with one another. ➡ Subscribe: http

  • 00:55 Save ‘Em All: Which Pokémon Are Based on Endangered Animals? | National Geographic

    Save ‘Em All: Which Pokémon Are Based on Endangered Animals? | National Geographic

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    These Pokémon characters are based on real-world endangered animals. Watch next: Not Just Fiction: This 'Game of Thrones' Animal Actually Existed: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hx-MPp3NiVE ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geogra

  • 02:56 Inside the Burial Chambers of Sudans Royal Pyramids: Exclusive | National Geographic

    Inside the Burial Chambers of Sudans Royal Pyramids: Exclusive | National Geographic

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    National Geographic explorer Pearce Paul Creasman is leading the excavation of Nuri, a royal burial site with more than 20 pyramids. Many of the tombs have been undisturbed for more than 2,000 years. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribeAbout National

  • 04:50 How Your Toothbrush Became a Part of the Plastic Crisis | National Geographic

    How Your Toothbrush Became a Part of the Plastic Crisis | National Geographic

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    What does the American Civil War have to do with oral hygiene? Find out in the first episode of "The Story of Plastic" where we investigate how everyday objects became part of the plastic crisis. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe#NationalGeographic

  • 02:03 Spectacular Time Lapse Dam "Removal" Video | National Geographic

    Spectacular Time Lapse Dam "Removal" Video | National Geographic

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    October 28, 2011 — The White Salmon River in Washington state is flowing again as the nearly 100-year-old Condit Dam was disabled with explosives Wednesday. The reservoir draining took about 2 hours. Further demolition is scheduled in 2012. The even

  • 00:34 Greek And Roman Statues Were Once Colorfully Painted | National Geographic

    Greek And Roman Statues Were Once Colorfully Painted | National Geographic

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    Greek and Roman statues haven't always had that glazed look in their eyes—many were once painted. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and ad

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  • 00:59 How Ordinary Objects Can Be Turned Into Robots | National Geographic

    How Ordinary Objects Can Be Turned Into Robots | National Geographic

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    When NASA put out a call for soft robotic technologies, Rebecca Kramer-Bottiglio and her team at Yale University replied with something remarkable: robotic skins that can wrap around everyday objects, turning almost anything into a moving, grasping robot.

  • 00:46 Amazing Footage: Goats Climbing on a Near-Vertical Dam | National Geographic

    Amazing Footage: Goats Climbing on a Near-Vertical Dam | National Geographic

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    With split hooves and rubber-like soles, the Alpine ibex is able to climb a near-vertical rock face. Watch next: Mountain Goats Aren't Actually Goats https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vGBSUjQDzo See a gallery of ibex photos: http://yourshot.nationalgeograp

  • 00:42 Do Your Swimming Skills Match Up to a Humpback Whale’s? | National Geographic

    Do Your Swimming Skills Match Up to a Humpback Whale’s? | National Geographic

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    Humpback whales are great swimmers, and absolutely massive creatures—some comparable to the size of a bus. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploratio

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  • 05:50 Popular 360° Underwater National Park | National Geographic

    360° Underwater National Park | National Geographic

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    Plunge into a Caribbean gem with National Geographic photographer Brian Skerry to explore the Buck Island Reef – America’s first protected marine monument. Sea of Hope: America's Underwater Treasures airs on Nat Geo Sunday 1/15 at 8/7c: http://bit.ly/NGSe

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  • 03:44 Inside a Dog Retirement Home | National Geographic

    Inside a Dog Retirement Home | National Geographic

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    Nearly two-dozen dogs are spending their golden years at House with a Heart Senior Pet Sanctuary. Sher Polvinale and a team of volunteers at this Gaithersburg, Maryland, home spare no expense and care for the dogs' every need—from washing and feedin

  • 01:12 Mutant Plant Glows When Attacked | National Geographic

    Mutant Plant Glows When Attacked | National Geographic

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    When plants are wounded, they send out warning signals that spread to other leaves, raising the alarm and activating defense mechanisms for the undamaged areas. Now, researchers have captured this burst of activity in a set of mesmerizing videos that are

  • 02:53 Rising Ocean Temperatures are "Cooking" Coral Reefs | National Geographic

    Rising Ocean Temperatures are "Cooking" Coral Reefs | National Geographic

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    Oceans are acidifying at a rate faster than any time in the last 300 million years. This year, we've seen the most drastic and damaging coral bleaching event in recent history - and it's attributable to warmer, more acidic oceans. It's time to take bigger

  • 00:50 Newly Unveiled Dinosaur Fossil is Best Preserved Of Its Kind | National Geographic

    Newly Unveiled Dinosaur Fossil is Best Preserved Of Its Kind | National Geographic

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    See the remains of a nodosaur, the best preserved fossil of its kind ever found. Discovered by miners in Alberta, Canada, it's a 110 million-year-old type of plant-eating armored dinosaur. The animal has two 20-inch-long spikes on its shoulders, and, in l

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  • 03:17 Stunning Close-ups: Meet These Frogs Before They Go Extinct | National Geographic

    Stunning Close-ups: Meet These Frogs Before They Go Extinct | National Geographic

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    They're charismatic and cute, but the tree frogs that live in Cusuco National Park in Honduras are being decimated by chytrid fungus. The fungus has spread worldwide, causing hundreds of amphibian species to become endangered or even extinct. Biologist an

  • 01:20 More Than 800 Ancient Egyptian Tombs Mapped for First Time | National Geographic

    More Than 800 Ancient Egyptian Tombs Mapped for First Time | National Geographic

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    More than 800 Egyptian tombs have been mapped for the first time in an ancient necropolis. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe #NationalGeographic #AncientEgypt #Tombs About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destinatio

  • 01:34 Here's Why Scientists Are Coloring Birds’ Heads With Markers | National Geographic

    Here's Why Scientists Are Coloring Birds’ Heads With Markers | National Geographic

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    How do golden-crowned sparrows judge their competition? Previous studies found the patches of yellow plumage on sparrows are indicators of fighting ability. Birds with a bold-colored crown feathers were more dominant than birds with duller colors. When sc

  • 01:39 These Plants Eat Salamanders | National Geographic

    These Plants Eat Salamanders | National Geographic

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    At a bog in Canada, spotted salamanders serve as a snack for carnivorous pitcher plants. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe#NationalGeographic #Salamanders #PlantsAbout National Geographic:National Geographic is the world's premium destination for s

  • 02:03 First Look: Rare Ruby Seadragon Filmed in the Wild | National Geographic

    First Look: Rare Ruby Seadragon Filmed in the Wild | National Geographic

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    The elusive and delicate ruby seadragon glides through waters off the southern coast of Australia. Video: Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the w

  • 01:20 How Giant Lava Caves on Earth May Help Us Survive on Mars | National Geographic

    How Giant Lava Caves on Earth May Help Us Survive on Mars | National Geographic

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    The first humans to arrive on Mars will experience life-threatening conditions including intense radiation, dust storms, and extreme temperatures. Researchers are mapping lava tubes at the Craters of the Moon National Monument in Idaho in hopes that their

  • 00:45 Popular Limited Edition Cool School Craft Box: Crafty Carol Halloween Crafts | Crafts with Crafty Carol

    Limited Edition Cool School Craft Box: Crafty Carol Halloween Crafts | Crafts with Crafty Carol

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    Order a Cool School craft box! http://bit.ly/2btkcJD Crafty Carol wants to craft Halloween crafts with you! Order a limited edition Cool School craft box to craft spooky Halloween crafts on October 11th! Subscribe to Cool School's Channel: http://bit.ly/1

  • 02:19 Why These Tiny Ocean Creatures Are Eating Plastic | National Geographic

    Why These Tiny Ocean Creatures Are Eating Plastic | National Geographic

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    When plastic trash degrades in the ocean, it doesn't just go away: It becomes countless tiny particles, and little creatures called larvaceans sweep it up--and into the food chain. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: Nati

  • 01:46 Sea Cucumber Poop Is Surprisingly Good For the Ecosystem | National Geographic

    Sea Cucumber Poop Is Surprisingly Good For the Ecosystem | National Geographic

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    There are about 1,250 different species of sea cucumber across the world's oceans. This is Thelenota anax. And yes, it's doing what you think it's doing. Sea cucumber poop is surprisingly important for the ecosystem. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubsc

  • 10:30 What the Discovery of the Last American Slave Ship Means to Descendants | National Geographic

    What the Discovery of the Last American Slave Ship Means to Descendants | National Geographic

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    In this short film, the descendants of Africans on the last known American slave ship, Clotilda, describe what it would mean to discover and document the wreck site of the vessel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe#NationalGeographic #Clotilda #Scho

  • 03:42 See How Termites Inspired a Building That Can Cool Itself | National Geographic

    See How Termites Inspired a Building That Can Cool Itself | National Geographic

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    How do you cool a building without air conditioning? Using an approach called biomimicry, see how architect Mick Pearce harnessed the ingenuity of termites to design a natural cooling system for the largest commercial building in Zimbabwe. ➡ Subscribe: ht

  • 00:58 Boxing Match: Watch Female Hare Punch Her Suitors | National Geographic

    Boxing Match: Watch Female Hare Punch Her Suitors | National Geographic

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    These hares can pack a punch. Filmed just north of Cairngorn National Park in Scotland, these mountain hares are likely tussling over a mate. But unlike other mammals where the males battle it out for a female, mountain hare fights are nearly always betwe

  • 02:41 Earwig Wings are Origami-Like | National Geographic

    Earwig Wings are Origami-Like | National Geographic

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    The hidden wings of the common earwig unfold to ten times their folded size, transforming the mostly ground-dwelling insect into a super-efficient flyer. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the worl

  • 01:53 In Ancient Egypt, Even Boats Had Their Own Tombs | National Geographic

    In Ancient Egypt, Even Boats Had Their Own Tombs | National Geographic

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    Archaeologists recently discovered an ancient Egyptian boat burial site dating more than 3,800 years old. National Geographic grantee and Penn Museum Associate Curator Josef Wegner and his team made the discovery while excavating the tomb of 12th Dynasty

  • 02:04 Snorkeling With President Obama: How Our Photographer Got the Shot (Exclusive) | National Geographic

    Snorkeling With President Obama: How Our Photographer Got the Shot (Exclusive) | National Geographic

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    Brian Skerry, renowned wildlife photographer, reflects on the "once in a lifetime opportunity" to photograph the President while snorkeling. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium d

  • 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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    The smallest rhino species also is the smallest in numbers. With fewer than 80 Sumatran rhinos left, a new project launched to save the species. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe #NationalGeographic #SumatranRhino #EndangeredSpecies About Nationa

  • 04:06 This Crazy Tree Grows 40 Kinds of Fruit | National Geographic

    This Crazy Tree Grows 40 Kinds of Fruit | National Geographic

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    Sam Van Aken, an artist and professor at Syracuse University, uses "chip grafting" to create trees that each bear 40 different varieties of stone fruits, or fruits with pits. The grafting process involves slicing a bit of a branch with a bud from a tree o

  • 04:23 A Brief History of Yellowstone National Park | National Geographic

    A Brief History of Yellowstone National Park | National Geographic

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    Yellowstone National Park is epic, beautiful, and iconic. Find out how it became America's first national park. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe#NationalGeographic #Yellowstone #YellowstoneLiveAbout Yellowstone Live:Witness Yellowstone like you've

  • 02:33 Hear What Space Is Like From NASA's Most Traveled Astronaut | National Geographic

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    The Venetian life resides within the city's hundreds of canals and diverse architecture. This short documentary by directors Olvier Astrologo and Nils Astrologo immerses us in the historical and hidden places of Venice, Italy, to reveal ancient folk tradi

  • 05:03 Time-Lapse: Bizarre, Beautiful Ocean Creatures | Short Film Showcase

    Time-Lapse: Bizarre, Beautiful Ocean Creatures | Short Film Showcase

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    Producer Sandro Bocci takes an intimate and hypnotizing look at aquatic life through beautiful time-lapses at a magnified perspective. This up-close look brings you into the world of corals, sea stars, and other marine creatures that seem almost otherworl

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    Safari Live - Day 320 | Nat Geo WILD

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    Join us on a LIVE African safari in the Maasai Mara, Sabi Sand, and Kruger National Park as experts guide us through the bush in search of lions, elephants, buffalo and more wild animals. Join the discussions on social with #safariLIVE! ➡ Subscribe: http:

  • 2:15:05 Safari Live - Day 321 | Nat Geo WILD

    Safari Live - Day 321 | Nat Geo WILD

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    Join us on a LIVE African safari in the Maasai Mara, Sabi Sand, and Kruger National Park as experts guide us through the bush in search of lions, elephants, buffalo and more wild animals. Join the discussions on social with #safariLIVE! ➡ Subscribe: http:

  • 05:59 Detroits Urban Beekeepers are Transforming the Citys Vacant Lots | Short Film Showcase

    Detroits Urban Beekeepers are Transforming the Citys Vacant Lots | Short Film Showcase

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    These urban beekeepers are rebuilding Detroit one hive at a time. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe Get More Short Film Showcase: http://bit.ly/ShortFilmShowcase#NationalGeographic #Beekeeping #ShortFilmShowcaseAbout Short Film Showcase:The Short F

  • 2:12:42 Safari Live - Day 319 | Nat Geo WILD

    Safari Live - Day 319 | Nat Geo WILD

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    Join us on a LIVE African safari in the Maasai Mara, Sabi Sand, and Kruger National Park as experts guide us through the bush in search of lions, elephants, buffalo and more wild animals. Join the discussions on social with #safariLIVE! ➡ Subscribe: http:

  • 14:18 The Science Of A Happy Mind, Part 1 - Nat Geo Live

    The Science Of A Happy Mind, Part 1 - Nat Geo Live

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    Renowned neuroscientist Richard Davidson is finding that happiness is something we can cultivate and a skill that can be learned. Working with the Dalai Lama, Davidson is investigating the far-reaching impact of mindfulness, meditation, and the cultivatio

  • 07:44 Searching For Life In Volcanoes And Other Extreme Environments - Nat Geo Live

    Searching For Life In Volcanoes And Other Extreme Environments - Nat Geo Live

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    Found everywhere from the rim of a lava lake to the inside an iceberg, microbes are remarkable organisms that can live in places humans can only dream of. How do they do it? And what can we learn from them about the limits of life both on our planet and e

  • 01:47 TIL: That's No Moon. It's Aliens. (Maybe.) | Today I Learned

    TIL: That's No Moon. It's Aliens. (Maybe.) | Today I Learned

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    UPDATE: 11/6/2015 The SETI Institute reports that after observing the star with its Allen Telescope Array for more than two weeks, it has found no clear evidence for a signal in either narrowband transmissions, which might be used as a hailing signal for

  • 01:15 TIL: Archaeologists Are Coming for Your Trash | Today I Learned

    TIL: Archaeologists Are Coming for Your Trash | Today I Learned

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    When you think of archaeology, you might think of ancient buildings or Han Solo in a fedora, but the truth is, archaeologists spend more time digging through ancient trash than avoiding ancient Peruvian blowgun traps. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubs

  • 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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  • 05:50 How to make electronic skin with Stanford's Zhenan Bao—Speaking of Chemistry Road Trip

    How to make electronic skin with Stanford's Zhenan Bao—Speaking of Chemistry Road Trip

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    The Speaking of Chemistry California road trip continues as we scope out some cutting-edge, flexible electronics at Stanford University. Don’t forget to subscribe! http://bit.ly/ACSReactions ↓↓Full description and references below↓↓ Stanford’s Zhenan Bao

  • 02:27 TIL: These Spiny Sea Creatures Can Regrow Lost Body Parts | Today I Learned

    TIL: These Spiny Sea Creatures Can Regrow Lost Body Parts | Today I Learned

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    What can liquefy its limbs, throw up its own stomach and still live? Echinoderms, a group of sea creatures that can regenerate their own body parts! In this episode of Today I Learned, National Geographic Explorer Paul Bump tells you all about echinoderm’

  • 05:22 Popular Iceland Is Growing New Forests for the First Time in 1,000 Years | Short Film Showcase

    Iceland Is Growing New Forests for the First Time in 1,000 Years | Short Film Showcase

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    The landscape of Iceland has changed a lot in a thousand years. When the Vikings first arrived in the ninth century, the land was covered in 25 to 40 percent forest. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe Get More Short Film Showcase: http://bit.ly/Shor

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  • 01:43 TIL: Bees Could Help Save Elephants—By Scaring Them | Today I Learned

    TIL: Bees Could Help Save Elephants—By Scaring Them | Today I Learned

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    Elephants versus bees: Who wins? In one corner, you have the African elephant, weighing in at around 2,000 pounds. In the other, the tiny African honeybee, weighing about one-tenth of a gram. Seems like a quick win for the elephant, but the African honeyb

  • 02:26 The Tween Brain | Brain Games

    The Tween Brain | Brain Games

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    Ever wonder what's going on inside the mind of a preteen? Here's what... and why. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About Brain Games: Using a series of experiments, illusions and man-on-the-street demonstrations, host Jason Silva and guest exper

  • 04:12 Coolest Concert Ever? Hear Ice Instruments Play Beautiful Music | Short Film Showcase

    Coolest Concert Ever? Hear Ice Instruments Play Beautiful Music | Short Film Showcase

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    Peek into the magical world of Ice Music in this short film from P2 Photography. Introduced by American ice sculptor Tim Linhart, musicians play hand-carved ice instruments inside a glowing igloo concert hall. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe ➡

  • 02:00 TIL: Almost 40 Percent of New Yorkers Are Immigrants | Today I Learned

    TIL: Almost 40 Percent of New Yorkers Are Immigrants | Today I Learned

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    On display in the heart of Times Square, "We Were Once Strangers Too” was a public data sculpture that highlighted the role of immigrants in the Big Apple. The installation won the 2017 Times Square Valentine Heart Design Competition, which celebrated Val

  • 03:31 How Spiders Use Electricity to Fly | Decoder

    How Spiders Use Electricity to Fly | Decoder

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    Can spiders fly? When you think of the greatest aviators in the natural world, you probably think of the usual winged suspects like birds, bees, and butterflies. But some of the earth's eight-legged creatures also have specialized ways of soaring through

  • 01:36 This Is How Old You Are | Brain Games

    This Is How Old You Are | Brain Games

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    Play this quick brain game and we'll guess your age! All you need is a pair of ears. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About Brain Games: Using a series of experiments, illusions and man-on-the-street demonstrations, host Jason Silva and guest ex

  • 03:35 What Does God Look Like to You? | Brain Games

    What Does God Look Like to You? | Brain Games

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    We asked volunteers of all ages to draw their idea of God. The results tell us a lot about their brains. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About Brain Games: Using a series of experiments, illusions and man-on-the-street demonstrations, host Jaso

  • 02:05 How Sleep Deprived Are You? | Brain Games

    How Sleep Deprived Are You? | Brain Games

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    Take the quiz to find out if you're getting enough Z's, and learn why microsleeps are so dangerous. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About Brain Games: Using a series of experiments, illusions and man-on-the-street demonstrations, host Jason Sil

  • 01:36 Altered States | Brain Games

    Altered States | Brain Games

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    This trippy brain game will change the way you see the world... literally. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About Brain Games: Using a series of experiments, illusions and man-on-the-street demonstrations, host Jason Silva and guest experts unlo

  • 01:20 TIL: From Fleece Jackets to Your Food: The Scary Journey of Microplastics | Today I Learned

    TIL: From Fleece Jackets to Your Food: The Scary Journey of Microplastics | Today I Learned

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    National Geographic explorer and grantee Gregg Treinish wants everyone to know about the hidden toxic cost of synthetic fabrics. Tiny, invisible microplastics are entering our waterways straight from our washing machines. About 2,000 synthetic particles a

  • 02:51 Brain Magic - The Perspective Illusion | Brain Games

    Brain Magic - The Perspective Illusion | Brain Games

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    Illusionist Eric Leclerc shows off a little disappearing act. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About Brain Games: Using a series of experiments, illusions and man-on-the-street demonstrations, host Jason Silva and guest experts unlock the scienc

  • 02:41 Not Afraid to Ask for Directions | Brain Games

    Not Afraid to Ask for Directions | Brain Games

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    A routine stop to ask directions tests our ability to pay attention. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About Brain Games: Using a series of experiments, illusions and man-on-the-street demonstrations, host Jason Silva and guest experts unlock the

  • 03:11 Question the Herd | Brain Games

    Question the Herd | Brain Games

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    We've all heard the expression, "trust your gut." But when you find your gut instinct is different from everyone else's, whose gut will you trust? ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About Brain Games: Using a series of experiments, illusions and m

  • 04:01 Shipwreck From Explorer Vasco Da Gama's Fleet Discovered

    Shipwreck From Explorer Vasco Da Gama's Fleet Discovered

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    After 18 years of research, excavations and archaeological analysis, National Geographic grantee David Mearns has successfully discovered one of Vasco da Gama's ships lost at sea in 1503 off the coast of present-day Oman. Together with the Oman Ministry o

  • 02:24 How to Feel Like a Winner | Brain Games

    How to Feel Like a Winner | Brain Games

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    Can posing with a powerful posture trick your brain into feeling more confident? ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About Brain Games: Using a series of experiments, illusions and man-on-the-street demonstrations, host Jason Silva and guest expert


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