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  • 10:13 1860s Time Machine - South Carolina

    1860s Time Machine - South Carolina

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    Extracts from D.W. Griffiths 'Birth of a Nation' (released in 1915). Set in South Carolina, though the stage-play scene is in Washington. Set to a natural speed and added in sound for ambiance

  • 02:58 How To Take A Great Picture - Carolina Molinari

    How To Take A Great Picture - Carolina Molinari

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-to-take-a-great-picture-carolina-molinari Have you ever looked at your camera and wondered what all of those buttons actually do? For manual photography, the aperture, shutter speed and ISO sensitivity can a

  • 09:25 South Africa's Strongest Animals | Wild Lands: South Africa | BBC Earth

    South Africa's Strongest Animals | Wild Lands: South Africa | BBC Earth

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    In the final episode of Wild Lands: South Africa, Hannah Stitfall comes face to face with the mightiest savannah dwellers. She gets up close with Elephants and Dung Beetles, and meets the only living rhino to have ever survived a poaching attack.Subscribe

  • 12:04 Alan Watts by South Park creators (All in one in HD)

    Alan Watts by South Park creators (All in one in HD)

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    If you doubt it's from the South Park team have a look at the credits lists at it end of the original videos on this page: http://www.coldhardflash.com/2007/07/flash-animated-philosophy-from-south.html (It also contains a small article with a brief explan

  • 04:27 The Race to the Moons South Pole Is On, But Who Will Get There First?

    The Race to the Moons South Pole Is On, But Who Will Get There First?

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    Indian Space Agency, Blue Origin, and NASA are just three of the teams preparing for missions to the moon's South Pole. But who will get there first?Thumbnail Credit: NASAHow Close Are We to Building a Moon Base? - https://youtu.be/O7JtOokh4PU Read More:

  • 06:11 India Could Be the First to Land on the Moons South Pole

    India Could Be the First to Land on the Moons South Pole

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    The Indian Space Research Organization's Chandrayaan-1 was the first to discover water on the moon, and with the Chandrayaan-2, they could be the first to explore the surface on the Moon's south pole. These future discoveries could reveal the evolution of

  • 01:35 South Koreans are checking themselves into prison to relax

    South Koreans are checking themselves into prison to relax

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    People are paying to go to prison in South Korea because life is too stressful. A fake prison called “Prison Inside Me” has become a retreat for harried South Koreans looking for a clean break from the daily demands of their careers. Paying visitors are i

  • 06:01 South Pole Telescope Camera

    South Pole Telescope Camera

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    A new camera for the South Pole Telescope, called SPT-3G, will aid scientists in creating the deepest, most sensitive map yet of the cosmic microwave background, allowing them to peer more closely into the era of the universe just after the Big Bang.

  • 05:53 SOUTH POLE | NIGHT IN ANTARCTICA

    SOUTH POLE | NIGHT IN ANTARCTICA

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    The South Pole is one of the coldest, driest and harshest places on earth. The Aurora Australis can be seen together with the core of the milkyway only here in Antarctica. Temperatures below -70°C/-95°F during the polar night are not uncommon. Tog

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  • 20:15 Tour of South Pole Station

    Tour of South Pole Station

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    Located in one of the coldest places on earth where it gets near -127 F, Kate Miller on the IceCube Neutrino Observatory 2016 Expedition takes you on a 20-minute walking tour of the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station where they have very comfortable living

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

    Saving South America’s Only Bear Species

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

  • 04:48 The dangerous race for the South Pole - Elizabeth Leane

    The dangerous race for the South Pole - Elizabeth Leane

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    Check out our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/teded View full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-dangerous-and-daring-race-for-the-south-pole-elizabeth-leane By the early 1900’s, nearly every region of the globe had been visited and mapped, with

  • 05:37 The deadly race to the South Pole

    The deadly race to the South Pole

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    Two exploration teams raced to the South Pole. Only one made it out alive. Corrections: Unfortunately, we used an outdated version of the British flag in this video. The version here was discontinued in 1801 and replaced with the flag we know today. We al

  • 13:43 A Teacher Growing Green In The South Bronx - Stephen Ritz

    A Teacher Growing Green In The South Bronx - Stephen Ritz

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    A whirlwind of energy and ideas, Stephen Ritz is a teacher in New York's tough South Bronx, where he and his kids grow lush gardens for food, greenery -- and jobs. Just try to keep up with this New York treasure as he spins through the many, many ways the

  • 04:35 Earths Magnetic North Pole Is Shifting South So What Now?

    Earths Magnetic North Pole Is Shifting South So What Now?

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    The Earth's magnetic poles are constantly shifting, and scientists believe they've figured out why. Subscribe to Seeker!http://bit.ly/subscribeseeker Watch more Elements! http://bit.ly/ElementsPlaylist The North and South poles are often thought of as the

  • 10:11 How South America Made the Marsupials

    How South America Made the Marsupials

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    Throughout the Cenozoic Era -- the era were in now -- marsupials and their metatherian relatives flourished all over South America, filling all kinds of ecological niches and radiating into forms that still thrive on other continents. Thanks to Darin Crof

  • 22:52 KOREAN McDonald's VS. Burger King in Seoul South Korea

    KOREAN McDonald's VS. Burger King in Seoul South Korea

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    Many of you guys asked me to try out the McDonald's in South Korea and I was super excited as well. With burgers such as the Shanghai burger, I was expecting great things. After eating at McDonald's I also stopped at Burger King in Seoul and tried out som

  • 03:33 Strange Crystal Skulls in South America | COLOSSAL MYSTERIES

    Strange Crystal Skulls in South America | COLOSSAL MYSTERIES

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    Deep in the jungles of South America, archeologists uncover all sorts of ancient artifacts, but none has caused more controversy than the crystal skulls, expertly carved from a single piece of quartz in the shape of a human skull. Could these relics reall

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  • 02:41 South Koreas Figure Skating Prodigy

    South Koreas Figure Skating Prodigy

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    Young You started skating when she was 6 years old. She still remembers her first time on the ice. Simply standing was difficult. Today, the 15-year-old is a three-time South Korean national figure skating champion. Her ultimate dream is to win gold at th

  • 01:25 Sesame Street: South American Drums!

    Sesame Street: South American Drums!

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    Gabriela and her friends are playing instruments from all over South America! See them play the Cajon like they do in Peru, the Brazilian Berimbau, the Colombian Conga, and many more great instruments! Clap your hands and follow the rhythm along with Gabr

  • 27:48 I Went To A Cheese Theme Park In South Korea

    I Went To A Cheese Theme Park In South Korea

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    So we traveled to East Asia to film a six-part series about beauty, style, and shopping and we’re starting our Korean leg with a quick detour to the Cheese Theme Park in Imsil, South Korea! Yes, that's right - CHEESE. So we teamed up with our friend

  • 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

  • 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

  • 01:40 24 Hours of Sun at the South Pole | Continent 7: Antarctica

    24 Hours of Sun at the South Pole | Continent 7: Antarctica

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    Midnight sun occurs when the sun is visible for a full 24 hours. Join Antarctic scientists and the Continent 7 crew as they discuss the pros and cons of perpetual sunlight. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe ➡ NEW SERIES CONTINENT 7: ANTARCTICA PR

  • 06:50 Why Are Zebras Black and White? | Wild Lands: South Africa | BBC Earth

    Why Are Zebras Black and White? | Wild Lands: South Africa | BBC Earth

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    Hannah Stitfall continues exploring the grasslands of South Africa and introduces us to some of its most resilient species it hosts. From Black Backed Jackals and Zebras to Chacma Baboons, the diversity of wildlife never ceases to impress!Subscribe: http:

  • 07:12 Giraffe's Blue Tongues | Wild Lands: South Africa | BBC Earth

    Giraffe's Blue Tongues | Wild Lands: South Africa | BBC Earth

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    In this episode of Wild Lands: South Africa, Hannah Stitfall introduces us to some of nature's weirdest animal features, including the secretarybird's deadly stomp and the giraffe's peculiar blue tongue.Subscribe: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSub Watch more: Pla

  • 23:00  Liberty's Kids HD 134 -  Conflict in The South | History Videos For Kids

    Liberty's Kids HD 134 - Conflict in The South | History Videos For Kids

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    Subscribe to Liberty's Kids : http://bit.ly/2ivIdi6 Benjamin Franklin enlists the help of young people to record the happenings leading up to and during the Revolution for his newspaper the Pennsylvania Gazette. First, there is a James Hiller, a patriot w

  • 05:51 How to Draw Kyle | South Park

    How to Draw Kyle | South Park

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    http://www.youtube.com/user/cartooning4kids Happy Sunday everyone! 3 weeks away from Christmas eve. Hope you're as excited as I am. Today I'll be showing you How to Draw Kyle from South Park. Hope you all enjoy. See you tomorrow. New lessons posted 7 days

  • 07:26 Why China is building islands in the South China Sea

    Why China is building islands in the South China Sea

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    China claims they aren't military bases, but their actions say otherwise. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO China is building islands in the South China sea and its causing disputes among the other nations in the region; Malaysia, the Philipp

  • 01:13 How Do Birds Know to Fly South?

    How Do Birds Know to Fly South?

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    Birds such as the Arctic tern used magnetic particles and eye pigments to navigate.

  • 06:55 Whale Songs in the South Pacific

    Whale Songs in the South Pacific

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    Scientists thought that different groups of humpback whales all sang different songs. But what if whale songs spread like popular music? NOVA on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NOVAonline NOVA on Twitter: @novapbs NOVA on Instagram: @novapbs

  • 13:35 5 Stories Celebrating South Korea

    5 Stories Celebrating South Korea

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    Join us as we eat hangover soup, brew makgeolli, practice the ancient martial art of Taekkyeon, shop at Koreas oldest street food market and learn how to make letterpress prints.SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6Acb#SouthKorea #StreetMarket #TaekkyeonThis stor

  • 02:37 Making South Korea’s Secret Sauce

    Making South Korea’s Secret Sauce

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    In Korea, the secret sauce has long been gochujang. From kimchi to bibimbap to Korean BBQ, gochujang is a favorite among chefs everywhere, and is poised to soon become as big as Sriracha. In Korea, no one makes it better than Seo Youngsoon. She’s been sti

  • 06:37 Why Hundreds of Uncontacted Tribes Still Exist in South America

    Why Hundreds of Uncontacted Tribes Still Exist in South America

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    Check out Cheddar's video about the Bermuda Triangle next; https://bit.ly/2P6Jexe Subscribe to Cheddar; https://bit.ly/2zl65SO Get RealLifeLore T-shirts here: http://standard.tv/reallifelore Please Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2dB7VTO Animations courtesy of J

  • 04:16 Deep south music featuring spoon playing

    Deep south music featuring spoon playing

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    Country blues

  • 19:54 TRADITIONAL Korean STREET FOOD Market Tour in Busan South Korea

    TRADITIONAL Korean STREET FOOD Market Tour in Busan South Korea

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    I had some Korea videos and forgot to share this great food adventure with you. This was during my trip to Korea in December 2017, where I went to Busan. And while in Busan I had to check out the street food markets. Enjoy! :-) #busan #busanstreetfood #bu

  • 00:13 Chichen Itza Echo Clap - Produces sounds like that of the Quetzal, a bird native to South America

    Chichen Itza Echo Clap - Produces sounds like that of the Quetzal, a bird native to South America

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    When standing in line with the main pyramid Kukulcan stair's, doesn't matter if you are close or far but you have to be in line with the stairs, and clap, the echo you hear is of the rare quetzal bird, a bird the Mayan's considered sacred. So sacred they

  • 02:29 NOAA Scientists Film Shark Swallowed Whole during Deep-Sea Feeding Frenzy

    NOAA Scientists Film Shark Swallowed Whole during Deep-Sea Feeding Frenzy

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    Researchers exploring the deep ocean off the South Carolina coast capture a group of sharks feasting on a swordfish—but then something unexpected happens. Video courtesy of the NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration and Research Read more here: https://uw

  • 10:51 Kids Try BBQ From 10 States | Bon Appétit

    Kids Try BBQ From 10 States | Bon Appétit

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    In this episode of "Kids Try Food", the kids try barbecue by region. Kids eat and react to hill country brisket and hot gut (beef sausage) from Texas, pulled pork and barbecue hash from South Carolina, hush puppies from North Carolina, dry rub Memphis rib

  • 03:19 Breeding the World’s Hottest Pepper

    Breeding the World’s Hottest Pepper

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    In the competitive world of hot pepper breeding, one man is smoking the competition. Meet “Smokin’” Ed Currie. He’s the man behind the world’s hottest pepper—the “Carolina Reaper.” For the past three decades, Currie has been pushing the limits of the Scov

  • 04:05 The Alligators taking over America's golf courses - BBC

    The Alligators taking over America's golf courses - BBC

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    SUBSCRIBE to the OFFICIAL BBC YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2IXqEIn LAUNCH BBC iPlayer to access Live TV and Box Sets: https://bbc.in/2J18jYJ On the east coast of America, alligators and humans have learned to co-exist together, most dramatically in som

  • 02:50 Watch a hurricane put a dent in Earth’s crust

    Watch a hurricane put a dent in Earth’s crust

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    Researchers used GPS data to track daily movement of water after major rainfall Read more - https://scim.ag/2ODa0gT CREDITS ------------------------- editor/animator/narrator Chris Burns supervising producer Sarah Crespi script Sarah Crespi Chris Burns sp

  • 04:04 Helen Keller & Anne Sullivan (1928 Newsreel Footage with Open Captions and Audio Description)

    Helen Keller & Anne Sullivan (1928 Newsreel Footage with Open Captions and Audio Description)

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    Helen Keller's loss of vision and hearing in infancy made comprehension of the outside world next to impossible—or so it seemed. When teacher Anne Sullivan agreed to work with Keller, that world opened up, especially when Keller comprehended the fun

  • 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

  • 01:30 The Seven Continents Song | Silly School Songs

    The Seven Continents Song | Silly School Songs

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    Come learn the Seven Continents with this fun, upbeat and easy-to-remember song geared towards grades 3+. Visit http://sillyschoolsongs.com for more info and music!LYRICS:North America, South AmericaAfrica, Europe and AsiaAustralia, AntarcticaSeven contin

  • 00:35 Snippet: Dolphin superpod

    Snippet: Dolphin superpod

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    Researchers in South Africa have discovered the largest group of dolphins in the world, which quadrupled in average group size between 2008 and 2016. Learn more: http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2018/01/superpods-600-dolphins-are-gathering-coast-south-afric

  • 58:39 View The Total Eclipse LIVE From Madras, Oregon! | Great American Eclipse

    View The Total Eclipse LIVE From Madras, Oregon! | Great American Eclipse

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    Watch live as a total eclipse of the sun passes over the continental United States for the first time in 99 years! More: https://www.sciencechannel.com/eclipse/ The path of totality will pass over 14 states – from Oregon in the west to South Carolina in t

  • 08:03 America's presidential primaries, explained

    America's presidential primaries, explained

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    Why does America's system for picking the president start in Iowa?Before Americans vote on the next president in November, both major political parties have to settle on a nominee. That process is called the primary, and in 2020 it consists of 64 differen

  • 01:26 Eight Questions With Golden State Warrior Harrison Barnes

    Eight Questions With Golden State Warrior Harrison Barnes

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    Our Kid Reporter Jack Murphy interviews the Golden State Warriors' rookie small forward and North Carolina Alum Harrison Barnes.

  • 02:10 Gabriel Faur on the Theremin

    Gabriel Faur on the Theremin

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    The theremin is an electronic musical instrument controlled without physical contact by the thereminist. It is named after its inventor, Léon Theremin, who patented the device in 1928.Gabriel Fauré shows the full potential of this very cool

  • 01:15 Building LEGO Cam Newton

    Building LEGO Cam Newton

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    Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton appeared on the cover of out October 2012 issue, and we thought we'd do something special for the occasion. So we worked with LEGO to create a life-size bust of Cam. Here's how it was made!

  • 03:44 What Eating The World's Hottest Pepper Actually Does To You

    What Eating The World's Hottest Pepper Actually Does To You

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    Have you ever eaten something so spicy it hurt? What's actually going on when we put spicy food in our body? Watch more: How Much Stress Can Kill You? ►► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p64iDJaBB0c&list=PL8L0MzSk_V6JtEDRfRMyb6rFd1acqYSlO&index=5&t=0s Subs

  • 02:51 Sesame Street: Grover Wants To Travel

    Sesame Street: Grover Wants To Travel

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    Someday, somehow, someway Grover will make it to South America. Grover has always wanted to go to South America, but he is a waiter at the airport. He looks at the map all day and wonders about what adventures he might have in wonderful, warm, and sunny S

  • 02:19 These Olympic Athletes Are Sister Goals

    These Olympic Athletes Are Sister Goals

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    As sisters, Hannah and Marissa Brandt share a lot, including a passion for ice hockey. They will both be traveling to Pyeongchang to compete in the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea, but while Hannah will be competing with Team USA, Marissa will be repr

  • 04:10 Bird Migration, A Perilous Journey - Alyssa Klavans

    Bird Migration, A Perilous Journey - Alyssa Klavans

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/bird-migration-a-perilous-journey-alyssa-klavans Nearly 200 species of songbirds migrate south for winter, some traveling up to 7,000 miles. No easy task, the annual journey is dangerous to birds due to landscap

  • 01:10 Baby Rhinos Cry When Their Milk Runs Out!

    Baby Rhinos Cry When Their Milk Runs Out!

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    These orphaned baby rhinos watched as their moms were killed by poachers in the South African bushveld. They, along with dozens of other orphaned rhinos, are currently being rehabilitated at the Care for Wild Africa Rhino Sanctuary in South Africa. Care f

  • 04:46 The 50 States and Capitals Song | Silly School Songs

    The 50 States and Capitals Song | Silly School Songs

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    INTERACTIVE LEARNING COURSES FOR THIS SONG AVAILABLE!!**Click the links below*** http://sillyschoolsongs.com/lessonplans/northeast http://sillyschoolsongs.com/lessonplans/southeast http://sillyschoolsongs.com/lessonplans/greatlakes http://sillyschoolsongs

  • 01:47 There's A Dangerous Place In Space Where NASA Shuts Down Its Satellites

    There's A Dangerous Place In Space Where NASA Shuts Down Its Satellites

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    A radiation belt called the South Atlantic Anomaly sits above South America. It's full of harmful, high-energy particles that have actually destroyed satellites. Science Insider tells you all you need to know about science: space, medicine, biotech, physi

  • 04:51 What Are Owl Pellets? - #sciencegoals

    What Are Owl Pellets? - #sciencegoals

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    Jessi and Squeaks want to learn about what (and how) owls eat! Time to experiment! ---------- Like SciShow? Want to help support us, and also get things to put on your walls, cover your torso and hold your liquids? Check out our awesome products over at D

  • 03:06 5 Cool Dance Moves from the 1920s

    5 Cool Dance Moves from the 1920s

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    5 Rare films with some cool dance moves from the 1920s - the Black Bottom, Waltz, Salsa, Charleston and Foxtrot - popular dance styles in the Jazz Age. The roaring twenties! The age of the flapper! The Black Bottom - became popular in the 1920s, which cou

  • 01:36 New Watch a Robot AI Beat a World Class Curling Competitor

    Watch a Robot AI Beat a World Class Curling Competitor

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    On the ice, a machine-learning system often triumphed over high-level South Korean playersArtificial intelligence still needs to bridge the sim-to-real gap. Deep-learning techniques that are all the rage in AI log superlative performances in mastering cer

  • 01:32 Road Sign Painting by Hand

    Road Sign Painting by Hand

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    These road signs are made by hand in South Korea.

  • 13:43 Latin American Revolutions: Crash Course World History #31

    Latin American Revolutions: Crash Course World History #31

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    In which John Green talks about the many revolutions of Latin America in the 19th century. At the beginning of the 1800s, Latin America was firmly under the control of Spain and Portugal. The revolutionary zeal that had recently created the United States

  • 11:38 The Quakers, the Dutch, and the Ladies: Crash Course US History #4

    The Quakers, the Dutch, and the Ladies: Crash Course US History #4

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    In which John Green teaches you about some of the colonies that were not in Virginia or Massachussetts. Old New York was once New Amsterdam. Why they changed it, I can say; ENGLISH people just liked it better that way, and when the English took New Amster

  • 03:05 Can Underwater Parks Protect Coral?

    Can Underwater Parks Protect Coral?

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

  • 03:05 Can Underwater Parks Protect Coral?

    Can Underwater Parks Protect Coral?

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

  • 02:28 Dancing Cop Directing Traffic & Delivering Smiles | All Good

    Dancing Cop Directing Traffic & Delivering Smiles | All Good

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    79-year-old traffic control officer Butch Larkin has been keeping people in New Jersey safe, and entertained, for more than 55 years. Ed 'Butch' Larkin is known as the 'dancing cop.' 'I do all kind of moves; left, right around the back, I do everything,'

  • 08:21 The Untold Story Of America's Southern Chinese [Chinese Food: An All-American Cuisine, Pt. 2] | AJ+

    The Untold Story Of America's Southern Chinese [Chinese Food: An All-American Cuisine, Pt. 2] | AJ+

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    There's a rather unknown community of Chinese-Americans who've lived in the Mississippi Delta for more than a hundred years. They played an important role in the segregated South in the middle of the 20th century. Join us as we get a taste of Southern Chi

  • 14:17 The Election of 1860&the Road to Disunion: Crash Course US History #18

    The Election of 1860&the Road to Disunion: Crash Course US History #18

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    In which John Green teaches you about the election of 1860. As you may remember from last week, things were not great at this time in US history. The tensions between the North and South were rising, ultimately due to the single issue of slavery. The Nort

  • 01:23 Baby Rhino Picks Fight With Car, Changes Mind | Nat Geo Wild

    Baby Rhino Picks Fight With Car, Changes Mind | Nat Geo Wild

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    Tourists on safari in South Africa were treated to an adorable sight when a baby rhino charged their car. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoWILDSubscribe About Nat Geo Wild: Welcome to a place so wild, anything can happen. Nat Geo Wild is the network all a

  • 12:01 The Civil War, Part I: Crash Course US History #20

    The Civil War, Part I: Crash Course US History #20

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    In which John Green ACTUALLY teaches about the Civil War. In part one of our two part look at the US Civil War, John looks into the causes of the war, and the motivations of the individuals who went to war. The overarching causes and the individual motiva

  • 07:16 Sesame Street: Airplane Pilot | Elmo the Musical

    Sesame Street: Airplane Pilot | Elmo the Musical

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    Elmo has four hours to fly Miss Penguin to the South Pole to her wedding, but they have pick up all the bridesmaids along the way! Will Elmo be able to get Miss Penguin to the South Pole in time to say 'I do'? -- Subscribe to the Sesame Street Channel her

  • 00:55 WIlson's Phalarope - "Spinning"

    WIlson's Phalarope - "Spinning"

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    If you haven't seen Phalaropes feeding before, it's a real treat. This is a large flock found in Lake County, South Dakota on April 28th, 2013.

  • 02:04 Bigman | Asia Beatbox Championship 2017 Solo Battle Wildcard #ABC2017

    Bigman | Asia Beatbox Championship 2017 Solo Battle Wildcard #ABC2017

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    Bigman | Asia Beatbox Championship 2017 Solo Battle Wildcard #ABC2017 Sorry guys. accidentally delete the video and upload it again. from : South Korea Thank you !

  • 11:03 Strategy Of The Civil War

    Strategy Of The Civil War

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    Strategy of the Civil War. The advantages and disadvantages of the North and South in the American Civil War.

  • 03:32 Ellen Meets Illusion Makeup Artist Dain Yoon

    Ellen Meets Illusion Makeup Artist Dain Yoon

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    Illusion makeup artist Dain Yoon came all the way from South Korea to show Ellen her impressive makeup skills.

  • 04:34 Make and play your own  "Cup" Roarer

    Make and play your own "Cup" Roarer

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    We have probably all made a "bull roarer" by tying a ruler on a piece of string and whirling it around to make a roaring sound. Rob shows a South American variation that can even be an instrument - still used in bands today.

  • 03:31 Venom Injection: How Ant Stingers Work!

    Venom Injection: How Ant Stingers Work!

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    Ant venom delivery captured, for the first time, in slow-motion (1,000fps) & up-close video. The ants (and stingers) featured in this video are the Florida harvester ant Pogonomyrmex badius and the trap-jaw ant Odontomachus ruginodis.Filmed by Adrian Smit

  • 01:35 Make your own fly-roarer

    Make your own fly-roarer

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    Most people have made a bull-roarer; that South American folk toy, even if only out of a ruler and string. but how about a fly-roarer? Rob shows how to make one with very simple everyday materials.

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