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  • 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

  • 07:16 8 Fast Growing Vegetables You Can Grow at Home in a Hurry

    8 Fast Growing Vegetables You Can Grow at Home in a Hurry

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    In this video, I give you 8 fast-growing vegetables you can grow at home in a hurry. Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/selfsufficientme (the top tier $25 AU enables mentoring from yours truly via an exclusive VIP email where I will answer you

  • 03:18 Robot Spy Seal Vs Great White Shark

    Robot Spy Seal Vs Great White Shark

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    #Seal #SpyInTheWild #GreatWhiteSharkRobot Spy Seal spots a great white shark approach an oblivious young seal - but will Spy Seal and the seal escape?Clip taken from episode 3 'The Islands' of our brand new second series of Spy in the Wild, narrated by Da

  • 03:06 Will Robot Spy Gorilla Be Welcomed By The Great Silverback?

    Will Robot Spy Gorilla Be Welcomed By The Great Silverback?

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    "Spy in the Wild 2" While a young mountain gorilla just wants to play with our Spy Gorilla will the Silverback be so welcoming? Spy Gorilla offers a hand Of friendship! ***DON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE OUR CHANNEL*** For those in the UK you can watch the 1st

  • 02:48 Robot Spy Otter & Spy Bald Eagle Discover How Sea Otters Cope With Mega-waves From Melting Glaciers

    Robot Spy Otter & Spy Bald Eagle Discover How Sea Otters Cope With Mega-waves From Melting Glaciers

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    #SeaOtter #SpyInTheWild #DavidTennantRobot Spy Otter & Spy Bald Eagle Discover How Sea Otters Cope With Mega-waves From Melting Glaciers.As spring arrives in Alaska, chunks of ice start to fall from the glaciers causing huge waves but Spy Otter & the Sea

  • 07:08 Primitive Technology: Lime

    Primitive Technology: Lime

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    At the old hut site (the new one being temporarily cut off by flooding) I made lime mortar from the shells of rainforest snails by firing them in a kiln, slaking them in water, mixing them into lime putty. Limestone is basically calcium carbonate (CaCO3).

  • 03:33 Meet the Dust Mites, Tiny Roommates That Feast On Your Skin  |  Deep Look

    Meet the Dust Mites, Tiny Roommates That Feast On Your Skin | Deep Look

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    You may think that you've got the house to yourself, but chances are you have about 100 different types of animals living with you. Many of them are harmless, but a few can be dangerous in ways you wouldn't expect. New research explores exactly whom you s

  • 08:26 How to Keep Your Fruits and Veggies Fresher for Longer

    How to Keep Your Fruits and Veggies Fresher for Longer

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    Sometimes when you go to buy groceries, you get too excited and throw a little bit of everything in your cart. Fruits and vegetables continue to mature and, unfortunately, you end up throwing away a lot of what you bought because its no longer able to be

  • 03:29 Identical Snowflakes? Scientist Ruins Winter For Everyone.  |  Deep Look

    Identical Snowflakes? Scientist Ruins Winter For Everyone. | Deep Look

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    We've all heard that each and every snowflake is unique. But in a lab in sunny southern California, a physicist has learned to control the way snowflakes grow. Can he really make twins? SUBSCRIBE to Deep Look! http://goo.gl/8NwXqt DEEP LOOK is a ultra-HD

  • 04:40 The Curious Webspinner Insect Knits a Cozy Home | Deep Look

    The Curious Webspinner Insect Knits a Cozy Home | Deep Look

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    To protect herself and her eggs, female webspinners shoot super-fine silk from their front feet. They weave the strands to build a shelter that serves as a tent, umbrella and invisibility cloak. But shooting silk from her feet requires her to moonwalk to


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