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Caterpillars!

Kids Nature
In this episode, Jessi and Squeaks explore the many ways that caterpillars use to avoid being munched on by predators.

Real-Life Spider Shoots Web 25 Metres Long!

Adults Nature
Which marvel of nature can build a 25m orb web with a silk that ranks as the world's toughest natural fibre? The answer is the Darwin's bark spider.

Year Of Camelids

Youth Nature
How do camelids support communities in a sustainable way? Watch the video to find out!

Protecting the Queendoms

Adults Nature
Female leaders will stop at nothing to protect their empires! Animal queens across the globe and under the sea must remain fierce to ensure the survival of themselves and their lineage.

Ocean Wonders: Slumber In The Sea

Youth Nature
Follow us down into the deep to discover how dozing in the ocean can be more bizarre than your wildest dreams.

The Driest Places On Earth

Kids Nature
In this SciShow Kids episode, Jessi and Squeaks learn about amazing places where it almost never rains.

Lioness sisters fend off an intruding lion to protect their cubs | QUEENS

Adults Nature
Shani and her sisters must fend off the intruding male lion before he kills her cubs.

Musk Oxen Vs Arctic Wolves | Animal Super Parents | BBC Earth

Adults Nature
In the Arctic tundra, a herd of musk ox are up against a pack of hungry wolves. Will the parents successfully protect their calves from the predators?

The Rainiest Places On Earth

Kids Nature
In this episode of SciShow Kids, Jessi and Squeaks learn about places with record-breaking rainfall.

The Village With a Bird Problem

Youth Nature
They say it's lucky to be pooped on by a bird, but people living in a village in Lincolnshire aren't feeling very lucky...

Meet Our Biggest Snake

Youth Nature
Alimah is an icon of Australia Zoo, with many returning guests ensuring to stop by his home...but it's not everyday we get to meet him so up close! In an exciting moment, the reptiles crew are measuring Alimah for the first time in years.

Ocean Wonders: A Symphony Of Smells

Youth Nature
Hold your breath—but not your nose—as we explore olfaction in the ocean.

The Windiest Places On Earth

Kids Nature
Jessi and Squeaks explore two of the windiest places on Earth: Mount Washington in New Hampshire, USA, and Commonwealth Bay, Antarctica.

Why Are Butterflies So Colourful?

Youth Nature
We go to Chester Zoo to answer one of your Big Questions on butterflies!

Hyena Clan Attacks Baby Elephant | Savanna Queens | National Geographic

Adults Nature
The Elephant herd fights with the hyena clan before they can take baby Binti as a midnight snack.

The Science Behind The Colours Animals See

Kids Nature
A team of researchers from the University of Sussex in the U.K. and George Mason University in the U.S. used a modified camera to record nature as it might be seen by other animals.

Primitive Technology: One-Way Blower Iron Smelt & Forging Experiment

Adults Nature
I tested the one-way spinning blower in an iron smelt and it is more effective than the previous both way spinning blower.