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  • 04:43 How Many Species Are There?

    How Many Species Are There?

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

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  • 06:53 What Is A Species?

    What Is A Species?

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

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

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

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

  • 09:35 Is This A NEW SPECIES?!

    Is This A NEW SPECIES?!

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

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

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

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

  • 04:22 Plumage and song split two nearly identical birds into different species

    Plumage and song split two nearly identical birds into different species

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    In Iber National Park in Argentina, two wren-sized, nearly identical species of bird live side by side, spending their days foraging for the same kinds of seeds and nesting in the same kinds of places. These species can breed together successfully-- but t

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

    The Threat Of Invasive Species - Jennifer Klos

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

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  • 08:49 Species

    Species

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

  • 19:52 Variation in a Species

    Variation in a Species

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

  • 01:01 New Frizzy-Haired Orangutan Species

    New Frizzy-Haired Orangutan Species

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

  • 07:12 This Frog-Killing Fungus Could Wipe Out Entire Species

    This Frog-Killing Fungus Could Wipe Out Entire Species

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    Scientists at the Oakland Zoo are taking drastic measures to prevent mass extinctions of the yellow-legged frog. Subscribe to Seeker! http://bit.ly/subscribeseeker Watch more ReWild! http://bit.ly/rewildplaylist Visit our shop at http://shop.seeker.comA r

  • 08:13 How Humans Become the Dominant Species

    How Humans Become the Dominant Species

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

  • 05:15 What are Species?

    What are Species?

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

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

    Top New Species For 2016, And A Perching Robot!

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

  • 03:01 Why Most New Species Are Discovered By Amateurs

    Why Most New Species Are Discovered By Amateurs

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    Check out Terra Maters new video about the Skywalker Gibbon - and subscribe - at https://youtube.com/terramaterofficial.Most new species are discovered by amateurs because nowadays non-professionals are actually better suited to the requirements of new sp

  • 06:27 How Dogs Are Used to Protect Endangered Species

    How Dogs Are Used to Protect Endangered Species

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    At a small training facility in Missoula, Montana, rescue dogs are being trained to stop wildlife trafficking from every point. Subscribe to Seeker! http://bit.ly/subscribeseeker Visit our shop at http://shop.seeker.comDogs have seriously impressive noses

  • 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

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

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

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

  • 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

  • 00:47 Popular NEW Octopus Species Found

    NEW Octopus Species Found

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

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  • 22:49 15 Most Rare Shark Species Hidden in The Ocean

    15 Most Rare Shark Species Hidden in The Ocean

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    From the great white shark to the tiger shark to the shortfin make to the bull to the oceanic whitetip- there are a lot of different types of sharks out there, and all of them are terrifying. But heres the thing: There are even more types of sharks that y

  • 05:32 The last living members of an extinct species - Jan Stejskal

    The last living members of an extinct species - Jan Stejskal

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    Dig into how scientists are attempting to revive the functionally extinct northern white rhino through artificial reproduction.--In the savannahs of Kenya, two female northern white rhinos, Njin and Fatu, munch contentedly on grass. They are the last two

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

    How Close Are We to Resurrecting Extinct Species?

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

    Why Do Some Species Thrive In Cities?

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

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

    This Scientist Is Racing Extinction To Discover New Species of Arachnids

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

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

    1 MILLION Species Could Go Extinct Heres Why.

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

  • 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

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

    Why Do More Species Live Near the Equator?

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

    Are We The Only Species That Votes?

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

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

    What If Humanity Became an Interstellar Species?

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

  • 06:36 Origin of Species - Stromatolites

    Origin of Species - Stromatolites

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

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

    My Seven Species Of Robot - Dennis Hong

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

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

    Will Our Kids Be A Different Species? - Juan Enriquez

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

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

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

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    Watch all 12 Days of Evolution: http://bit.ly/OKTBS12daysPL Tweet http://bit.ly/OKTBS12days5 Share on FB ⇒ http://bit.ly/OKTBS12days5fb ↓ More info and sources below ↓ London Underground mosquitoes: Byrne, Katharine, and Richard A. Nichols. "Culex pipiens

  • 03:32 Invasive Species 101 | National Geographic

    Invasive Species 101 | National Geographic

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  • 10:11 How To Identify Any Species in Your Backyard With Nothing But Your Phone!

    How To Identify Any Species in Your Backyard With Nothing But Your Phone!

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    Were on PATREON! Join the community https://www.patreon.com/itsokaytobesmartSUBSCRIBE so you dont miss a video! http://bit.ly/iotbs_sub More info and sources below Download iNaturalist to join the Its Okay to be Smart global survey project and submit your

  • 03:11 New Orangutan Species Filmed for First Time

    New Orangutan Species Filmed for First Time

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    Watch the first moving images of a Tapanuli orangutan mother and her infant. Please LIKE and SUBSCRIBE if you enjoyed it! http://bit.ly/1Adl6ht **More info & videos below** “Primates: Episode Two 'Family Matters'“ premieres November 11, 20

  • 02:32 How Yellowstone Scientists Really Combat Invasive Species

    How Yellowstone Scientists Really Combat Invasive Species

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

  • 03:38 Signs of symbolic behavior emerged at the dawn of our species

    Signs of symbolic behavior emerged at the dawn of our species

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    Early humans made advanced stone tools, used colorful pigments, and formed long-distance networks as environment changed. Read more: http://scim.ag/2FCut4R CREDITS --------------------------------- producer/editor/script/animator Nguyên Khôi Nguyên superv

  • 08:16 Wild Horses: America's most beloved invasive species? | 4K Drone Footage

    Wild Horses: America's most beloved invasive species? | 4K Drone Footage

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    Thank you to Target for supporting PBS. You can learn more at: https://target.com/communityShare your story today: https://to.pbs.org/3izZeXhWild horses made their home on the islands of North Carolina centuries ago, supposedly descendants of horses broug

  • 03:05 Soar Alongside Migrating Birdsand the Man Who Flies With Them | National Geographic

    Soar Alongside Migrating Birdsand the Man Who Flies With Them | National Geographic

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    For more than 20 years, Christian Moullec has guided migrating flocks of vulnerable bird species with his microlight aircraft. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for s

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

    Predators vs. Prey On The African Savanna

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    The African savanna is a vast, sprawling grassland ecosystem, home to a diverse community of animals.  These species form a complex, interdependent relationship. Lionesses are constantly on the prowl for food, scoping out herds of wildebeest to take down

  • 04:10 Fires can kindle biodiversity, sparking new approaches to conservation

    Fires can kindle biodiversity, sparking new approaches to conservation

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    Raging fires throughout the U.S. and Australia over the past year have put vulnerable species at risk. But not all blazes are devastatingin fact, fire can promote biodiversity. In grasslands, fires prevent trees and roots from taking hold. This allows gra

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

    What's the Difference Between a Frog and a Toad?

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    We look at two amphibians who are very similar and might be a bit difficult to tell apart. The frog and the toad. There are tons of different species for each group with more than 300 different species for toads while there are over a whopping 400 differe

  • 01:22 Half of All North American Shorebirds Use This Rest Stop

    Half of All North American Shorebirds Use This Rest Stop

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    Cheyenne Bottoms is the nation's largest inland marsh, an area of over 60 square miles. It's also the favored resting spot of many species of migrating birds, from pelicans to 27 species of ducks. From: AERIAL AMERICA: The Great Plains http://bit.ly/1rYV6

  • 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

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

    Will Humans Survive the Next Great Epidemic? | Earth Lab

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    With technology having helped us defeating diseases, will this make future generations more vulnerable to them due to lack of natural selection? Best of Earth Lab: http://bit.ly/EarthLabOriginals Best of BBC Earth: http://bit.ly/TheBestOfBBCEarthVideos Th

  • 11:02 Animals that Went Extinct Because of Humans

    Animals that Went Extinct Because of Humans

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    Unfortunately, in many cases the extinction of an entire animal species is caused by humans. Since people have been gifted with high intelligence, all the animals became defenseless before us, which led to the extinction of countless species. Today well s

  • 04:07 Popular Meet Small Fry, The Tiniest Kitten

    Meet Small Fry, The Tiniest Kitten

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    Small Fry is a tiny kitten with a big story. Her success is proof that even the most vulnerable animals can thrive with a little love and commitment. Learn how you can start saving lives by visiting KittenLady.org/gettingstarted Don't forget to follow Kit

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  • 02:35 Dung Beetles Battle for a Ball of Poop | Nat Geo Wild

    Dung Beetles Battle for a Ball of Poop | Nat Geo Wild

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    There can only be one winner in this fight for a smelly prize. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoWILDSubscribe About National Geographic Wild: National Geographic Wild is a place for all things animals and for animal-lovers alike. Take a journey through th

  • 04:19 Why Is Biodiversity So Important? - Kim Preshoff

    Why Is Biodiversity So Important? - Kim Preshoff

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/why-is-biodiversity-so-important-kim-preshoff Our planet’s diverse, thriving ecosystems may seem like permanent fixtures, but they’re actually vulnerable to collapse. Jungles can become deserts, and reefs can be

  • 04:08 How Mucus Keeps Us Healthy - Katharina Ribbeck

    How Mucus Keeps Us Healthy - Katharina Ribbeck

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-mucus-keeps-us-healthy-katharina-ribbeck Your body produces more than a liter of mucus every day, and when you’re sick, it can be hard to miss. But what exactly is mucus? And what does it do, besides making

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  • 08:57 Researchers have decoded prairie dog language

    Researchers have decoded prairie dog language

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    This program discusses Prairie Dog Language -- the most sophisticated animal language decoded so far. Con Slobodchikoff, Ph.D., and his students at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, researched the Gunnison's prairie dogs Alarm Calls for over 30 ye

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

    These birds can fly almost ten months without landing

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    The common swift flies ten months on end without landing. The hypothesis on these birds’ life in the air was presented by British researcher Ron Lockley back in 1970, but it is only now that researchers at Lund University in Sweden have managed to p

  • 06:37 The problems with rebuilding beaches

    The problems with rebuilding beaches

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    Beach nourishment is the latest chapter in a never-ending tale of erosion. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO About 80 to 90 percent of sandy beaches along America's coastlines are eroding. This is a problem because the developments humans bui

  • 03:08 Should We Let Pandas Go Extinct?

    Should We Let Pandas Go Extinct?

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    Thanks to http://www.harrys.com for supporting this video. Use the coupon code MINUTEEARTH for $5 off your order! http://www.harrys.com Thanks to our Patreon patrons: - @AntoineCoeur - Nicholas Buckendorf - Nasser Hamed Alminji - Jeff Straathof - Mark - f

  • 11:02 What Happens If We Solve Extinction?

    What Happens If We Solve Extinction?

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    The human species has driven the planet's biodiversity into an unprecedented decline, with as many as 1 million species at risk. Traditional conservation methods alone are struggling to offset the speed at which were losing species. Biotechnologies that h

  • 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

  • 04:24 Invading Birds

    Invading Birds

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

  • 04:13 Without These Engineering Tricks Spacecraft Would Die Out There

    Without These Engineering Tricks Spacecraft Would Die Out There

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    Space is an extreme environment. With the severe temperatures, endless debris, and harsh radiation, how do spacecraft survive? Is There Space for 12,000 More Satellites Up There? - https://youtu.be/BMoH_zr2y8A For more epic stories of innovation that shap

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

    What Is The U.S. Doing About Extinction?

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    What does it mean to be an endangered species? Are endangered species destined for extinction? We're exploring some of these ideas in celebration of Endangered Species Day, May 20th! Help support The Brain Scoop: http://bit.ly/1TjMRAo To learn more: https

  • 03:14 Saving Baby Animals With the Milk Lab

    Saving Baby Animals With the Milk Lab

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

  • 10:16 This Is Why No Aquarium in the World Has a Great White Shark

    This Is Why No Aquarium in the World Has a Great White Shark

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    PRIVATE DIARY https://goo.su/1S4kThere are thousands of aquariums in the world. There you can see hundreds of species of marine animals, but none of them feature the great white shark. You can easily find a tiger shark, a sand shark or a whale shark. You

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

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

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    Colonizing Mars might be the best chance to ensure the human species survival in the future. In order to adapt to Mar’s hostile living conditions, our bodies will evolve in ways that might end up with a completely new species of human. Science Insider tel

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

    Polar bears are starving, and this video reveals why

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    Malnutrition may mean the end of the iconic species. Read more - http://scim.ag/2EtYpfC

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

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

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    Hank explains speciation - the evolutionary process by which new biological species arise - in terms of finches, ligers, mules, and dogs. Crash Course Biology is now available on DVD! http://dft.ba/-8css Like CrashCourse on Facebook: http://www.facebook.c

  • 06:21 Could These Bridges Keep Mountain Lions Safe?

    Could These Bridges Keep Mountain Lions Safe?

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    Mountain lion numbers are dwindling due to the highways that fragment their habitat. Soon, wildlife experts hope to rejoin these lions with a large highway overpass disguised as a continuation of the wild hills to restore genetic diversity to this iconic

  • 14:10 Best of Animal Teamwork | Part 1 | BBC Earth

    Best of Animal Teamwork | Part 1 | BBC Earth

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    Teamwork makes the dream work! And that goes in the animal kingdom too. Animals of the same species and even different species work together in symbiotic relationships.Subscribe: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSub #BBCEarth #DavidAttenborough #TeamworkWatch more:

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

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

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    Four-legged friends turn to four wheels as they learn how to drive to show potential dog owners how clever the species can be.

  • 02:01 This is How You Could Sign Into Your Accounts in the Future

    This is How You Could Sign Into Your Accounts in the Future

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    We spoke with a cybersecurity expert about how you could potentially log on to your accounts in the future. He shared some surprising insights into just how far the technology could go. ► Subscribe for more tech & culture videos: http://on.mash.to/subscri

  • 02:00 Exploring Patagonia's Disappearing Glaciers

    Exploring Patagonia's Disappearing Glaciers

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    Patagonia, the name itself conjures images of crystal blue lakes, steppe-like plains, and epic glaciers. Travelers come from all over the world to explore this pristine landscape that stretches across Argentina and Chile. But this South American region is

  • 09:54 Chronometric Revolution

    Chronometric Revolution

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    Discussion of the relatively recent changes in our ability as a species to shine light on our deep past More free lessons at: http://www.khanacademy.org/video?v=5mNTvtjDnP8

  • 05:10 Why good ideas get trapped in the valley of death and how to rescue them

    Why good ideas get trapped in the valley of death and how to rescue them

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  • 06:32 The Taxonomy Of Candy

    The Taxonomy Of Candy

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  • 05:55 The Time Terror Birds Invaded

    The Time Terror Birds Invaded

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    About 5 million years ago, a new predator made its way from the south and onto the coastal plains of North America. It was a giant, flightless, carnivorous bird and came to be known by one of the coolest and most richly earned nicknames in all of paleonto

  • 01:00 Behold the Scorpion King

    Behold the Scorpion King

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  • 04:18 Popular The Fish With Human Teeth

    The Fish With Human Teeth

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

    Community Ecology: Feel The Love - Crash Course Ecology #4

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  • 02:37 In Search of Undiscovered Insects

    In Search of Undiscovered Insects

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  • 03:17 Smithsonian National Zoo (webisode)

    Smithsonian National Zoo (webisode)

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  • 01:18 Rainbow Wings - The Dance of Time (TRAILER)

    Rainbow Wings - The Dance of Time (TRAILER)

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  • 01:21 This Gecko Is Clinging for Survival

    This Gecko Is Clinging for Survival

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  • 14:30 The Rarest Ducklings on earth

    The Rarest Ducklings on earth

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  • 03:50 Stinging Scorpion vs. Pain-Defying Mouse | Deep Look

    Stinging Scorpion vs. Pain-Defying Mouse | Deep Look

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  • 04:11 Can Science Tell Us How Humans Will Evolve? | Earth Lab

    Can Science Tell Us How Humans Will Evolve? | Earth Lab

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  • 03:36 Why 10 Daily Tons of Ant Poop Keep This Rainforest Thriving

    Why 10 Daily Tons of Ant Poop Keep This Rainforest Thriving

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  • 01:46 Feuding Iguanas and Giant Rodents Rule This Cuban Island

    Feuding Iguanas and Giant Rodents Rule This Cuban Island

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  • 10:38 Popular 5 Human Impacts On The Environment: Crash Course Ecology #10

    5 Human Impacts On The Environment: Crash Course Ecology #10

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

    This Mysterious Remedy Might Cure One Of The Deadliest Diseases

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  • 04:14 Popular Why Are Birds Different Colors?

    Why Are Birds Different Colors?

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  • 02:45 Black Bear Cubs First Attempts to Conquer Treetops | BBC Earth

    Black Bear Cubs First Attempts to Conquer Treetops | BBC Earth

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  • 04:30 5 Big Sharks That Rule the Sea | Nat Geo Wild

    5 Big Sharks That Rule the Sea | Nat Geo Wild

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

    Lionfish Are a Plague. Can Training Sharks to Eat Them Work?

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

    Scientists Go on a Mission to Save Sea Turtles

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    How Recycled Plastic Bottles Are Building Homes

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  • 01:38 Do Penguins Fly? | Penguin 101

    Do Penguins Fly? | Penguin 101

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    We get this question a lot at the Aquarium: "Do penguins fly? They're a bird, right?" And the answer is: "Yes, penguins fly—but not through the air!" Penguins are expert swimmers and use their paddle-like wings to fly through the water. Penguins are shape

  • 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

  • 04:32 How the Animal Kingdom Sleeps

    How the Animal Kingdom Sleeps

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

    Taking on Hawaii’s Plant Extinction Crisis

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  • 18:53 15 Most Intelligent Animals In The World

    15 Most Intelligent Animals In The World

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  • 02:32 This Bizarre Tree Bleeds From Its Trunk

    This Bizarre Tree Bleeds From Its Trunk

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  • 07:48 The Science of Speciation – Molecular Adaptation in Vampire Bats

    The Science of Speciation – Molecular Adaptation in Vampire Bats

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  • 01:29 Tiniest Chameleons Have Fastest Tongues

    Tiniest Chameleons Have Fastest Tongues

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    Chameleon’s long, strong tongues pack the biggest wallops on land. To find out just how fast and powerful these lickers are, researchers used high-speed cameras to film different species of chameleon as they snapped up a cricket treat. Learn more: http://

  • 01:24 Can you tell how this frog is feeling just from his voice?

    Can you tell how this frog is feeling just from his voice?

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    Despite the years of evolutionary time that separate our species, most people can distinguish high-arousal from low-arousal calls. Try for yourself. Learn more: http://scim.ag/2tX3RB0 Read the paper: http://rspb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/284/1859

  • 01:31 Popular Arnold VS Megalodon Shark

    Arnold VS Megalodon Shark

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    Can Arnold survive being eaten by a giant Megalodon shark, the most powerful creature of the sea? Watch and find out. Megalodon, meaning "big tooth," is an extinct species of shark that lived approximately 23 to 2.6 million years ago, during the Early Mio

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  • 08:50 Why Is Our Skeleton On the Inside?

    Why Is Our Skeleton On the Inside?

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  • 02:07 Here's what's actually inside a whale's blowhole

    Here's what's actually inside a whale's blowhole

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    If you ever watch a whale breathe, you'll see plumes of mist shoot out of a hole in its head. Contrary to popular belief, that's not seawater. It's actually a cocktail mix of hot air and bacteria. As a whale breaches the surface, it opens its blowhole. It

  • 06:27 Space School- Earth

    Space School- Earth

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  • 18:30 What Do Babies Think? - Alison Gopnik

    What Do Babies Think? - Alison Gopnik

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    "Babies and young children are like the R&D division of the human species," says psychologist Alison Gopnik. Her research explores the sophisticated intelligence-gathering and decision-making that babies are really doing when they play. Talk by Alison Gop

  • 19:13 15 Biggest Sharks In The World Ever Recorded!

    15 Biggest Sharks In The World Ever Recorded!

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  • 11:11 How Close Are We to a Complete Tree of Life?

    How Close Are We to a Complete Tree of Life?

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  • 00:59 TIL: Some Sharks Can Glow In The Dark

    TIL: Some Sharks Can Glow In The Dark

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  • 03:17 Popular 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

  • 18:30 15 Unusual Animals That Are Hard To Believe Are Real

    15 Unusual Animals That Are Hard To Believe Are Real

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    Our world is full of such a variety of different species in fact, there are thought to be as many as 8.7 million different types of creatures in the world, and they are virtually every different shape, color, and size that you could possibly imagine. Some

  • 00:34 Giant human-sized jellyfish spotted by divers - BBC News

    Giant human-sized jellyfish spotted by divers - BBC News

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    Divers have swum with a huge barrel jellyfish off the coast of Cornwall. Lizzie Daly, a biologist with Wild Ocean Week, said the creature was as big as her body. It is the largest species of jellyfish which is found in British waters, with the average dia

  • 03:19 Rare Giant Soft-Shell Turtle Released Into the Wild | Nat Geo Wild

    Rare Giant Soft-Shell Turtle Released Into the Wild | Nat Geo Wild

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    A Cambodian community is attempting to save this endangered species, which can grow to the size of a small sofa. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoWILDSubscribe #NatGeoWILD #Turtles #Cambodia About National Geographic Wild: National Geographic Wild is a pl

  • 01:11 How To Celebrate Christmas On A Volcano

    How To Celebrate Christmas On A Volcano

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    How do explorers celebrate Christmas? Hint: It's on a volcano. Evolutionary biologist and National Geographic grantee Borja Milá and fellow biologist Christophe Thébaud traveled to Réunion, a volcanic island in the southern Indian Ocean, in hopes of figur

  • 09:48 Longest Butterfly Net In the World

    Longest Butterfly Net In the World

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  • 03:29 Speedy drones count Antarctic penguin colonies in record time

    Speedy drones count Antarctic penguin colonies in record time

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    Counting penguins is tough work: On Antarcticas Cape Crozier, it takes scientists two full days to map the location of 300,000 nesting pairs of Adlie penguins, using helicopters and hand-flown drones. Meanwhile, brutal winds, freezing rain, and snow limit

  • 01:23 TIL: We Have Lost 50% Of Wildlife Since 1970

    TIL: We Have Lost 50% Of Wildlife Since 1970

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    In less than two generations, population sizes of vertebrate species have dropped by more than 50 percent. According to 2014’s Living Planet Report, this means we have lost over half of our birds, amphibians, reptiles, fish, and mammals. The situation is

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  • 21:43 Popular 15 Friendliest Sea Creatures Around The World

    15 Friendliest Sea Creatures Around The World

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    Its easy to forget just how dangerous the ocean can be, given all the Disney-fication of the underwater community with singing crustaceans and quirky sharks. But who really cares about that when you have some of the cutest and friendliest animals anywhere

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

    Jewel Caterpillar from the Amazon rainforest of Ecuador

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    What looks like a tasty gummy sweet is actually a Translucent Jewel Caterpillar from the Amazon rainforest of Ecuador. This species is probably Minacraga argentata and belongs to a family of moths known as Dalceridae whose larvae are also called slug cate

  • 06:10 De-Extinction: A Mammoth Undertaking

    De-Extinction: A Mammoth Undertaking

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  • 05:13 Why Is Caviar So Expensive?

    Why Is Caviar So Expensive?

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    Caviar is one of the most expensive foods in the world. Selling for up to $35,000 per kilo, it's revered and relished by aristocrats across the globe. But it's an acquired taste. Turns out, caviar wasn't always so valuable. In the 19th century, sturgeon s

  • 04:07 Do Animals Understand Death?

    Do Animals Understand Death?

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  • 08:21 What This Chart Actually Means for COVID-19

    What This Chart Actually Means for COVID-19

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  • 54:11 How To Clone A Mammoth: The Science Of De-Extinction - With Beth Shapiro

    How To Clone A Mammoth: The Science Of De-Extinction - With Beth Shapiro

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  • 01:20 When Your Dentist Is A Fish

    When Your Dentist Is A Fish

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  • 02:11 Ants rescue injured comrades from termite battles

    Ants rescue injured comrades from termite battles

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    Hurt ants of this species secrete a pheromone to call for help and rescuing their brethren pays off in keeping the colony strong. Learn more: http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2017/04/watch-these-ants-rescue-injured-comrades-termite-battles Read the research

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  • 56:43 Popular Wild Thing: The Smithsonian National Zoo

    Wild Thing: The Smithsonian National Zoo

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    As part of its mission to "advance research and scientific knowledge in conserving wildlife and to teach and inspire people to protect wildlife, natural resources, and habitats," scientists at the National Zoo breed endangered species for the purpose of r

  • 05:22 The Chicago Peregrine Program

    The Chicago Peregrine Program

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    By the 1960s the peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus) was extinct in many states - including Illinois - because of the negative effects of the pesticide DDT. But, thanks to dedicated reintroduction and monitoring efforts over the last 30 years in part from

  • 09:12 Are We Living In the Sixth Extinction?

    Are We Living In the Sixth Extinction?

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    This time, we're the asteroid. Viewers like you help make PBS (Thank you ) . Support your local PBS Member Station here: https://to.pbs.org/PBSDSDonate Subscribe to It's Okay To Be Smart: http://bit.ly/iotbs_sub Read "The Sixth Extinction by Elizabeth Kol

  • 05:53 Worms can break down styrofoam in days instead of hundreds of years

    Worms can break down styrofoam in days instead of hundreds of years

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    A paper came out recently showing the common mealworms could eat, survive on and break down styrofoam. I decided to test this with a different species to see if this is something more insects could do. And sure enough they can! Could be a great way to dea

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  • 15:47 How Poachers Became Caretakers - John Kasaona

    How Poachers Became Caretakers - John Kasaona

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  • 07:01 This Is Why Birds Are So Affected by Oil Spills

    This Is Why Birds Are So Affected by Oil Spills

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  • 04:17 Dreadnoughtus: A New Dinosaur Discovery

    Dreadnoughtus: A New Dinosaur Discovery

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  • 04:37 Experience The Disaster That Wiped Out Dinosaurs

    Experience The Disaster That Wiped Out Dinosaurs

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    When the dinosaur-killing asteroid struck Earth, most of the impact energy was directed outwards and upwards into space. Only 1% of the force traveled down into the ground, but it was enough to ring the planet like a bell and wipeout species around the gl

  • 03:52 Why Is Alcohol So Dangerous For Babies?

    Why Is Alcohol So Dangerous For Babies?

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    When women drink while pregnant, there's a chance that it will severely damage the fetus’ brain, but what happens to a baby if it gets drunk outside of the womb? How Much Alcohol Can A Pregnant Woman Drink ►►►► http://dne.ws/1UT8gvk Read More: Factors Tha

  • 04:04 The giant larvacean Bathochordaeus

    The giant larvacean Bathochordaeus

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  • 01:30 Ghost Shark Caught on Camera for the First Time | National Geographic

    Ghost Shark Caught on Camera for the First Time | National Geographic

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    The pointy-nosed blue chimaera, a species of "ghost shark," was captured on camera for the first time in 2009. Video courtesy Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe #NationalGeographic #GhostShark #Sharks Abou

  • 01:49 What Are Comb Jellies And Why Is Their Poop Important?

    What Are Comb Jellies And Why Is Their Poop Important?

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  • 08:58 Fossil Hunting Is Entering a New Technological Age

    Fossil Hunting Is Entering a New Technological Age

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  • 03:48 Disappearing Frogs - Kerry M. Kriger

    Disappearing Frogs - Kerry M. Kriger

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  • 05:47 What Your Cat's Sleeping Position Reveals About Their Health and Personality

    What Your Cat's Sleeping Position Reveals About Their Health and Personality

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

    Largest Known Marine Stingray Study | National Geographic

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  • 11:03 Top 10 Most Dangerous Plants in the World

    Top 10 Most Dangerous Plants in the World

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  • 03:47 These Names Can Kill Animals

    These Names Can Kill Animals

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  • 02:04 A New Dinosaur: Flying Without Feathers

    A New Dinosaur: Flying Without Feathers

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  • 03:49 How Does Cooperation Evolve?

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  • 04:51 Popular How Smart Are Dolphins? - Lori Marino

    How Smart Are Dolphins? - Lori Marino

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  • 03:32 How Can You Breathe On An Airplane?

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    Searching for the White Tailed Bumblebee | Maddie Moate

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    How do animals experience pain? - Robyn J. Crook

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    A new deep sea fish has been discovered

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    Could A Human Ever Survive With A Pig Heart?

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    Could we survive prolonged space travel?

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    How do birds learn to sing? - Partha P. Mitra

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    What Will Humans Look Like In A Million Years? | Earth Lab

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    The Most Groundbreaking Scientist You've Never Heard Of - Addison Anderson

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    Bird Migration, A Perilous Journey - Alyssa Klavans

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    What’s so great about the Great Lakes? - Cheri Dobbs and Jennifer Gabrys

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

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    TIL: Dinosaurs May Have Danced Like Birds | Today I Learned

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    This Millipede and Beetle Have a Toxic Relationship | Deep Look

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