Meet The Marsupials
Squeaks wants to know more about marsupials, so Jessi introduces him to a special friend: Pinto the opossum.
How Does A Tiger Go To The Dentist?
We went to visit Elton, a tiger at Woburn Safari Park, to see him get a check-up from a pretty special dentist.
Eclipses Used To Be Terrifying
Because eclipses are powerful and frightening events, ancient cultures went to great lengths to understand eclipses, leading to remarkably accurate predictions and helping invent the science of astronomy.
Why Korea is Dying Out
Every two years one million Japanese disappear, China’s population will halve by the end of the century, the median age in Italy has reached 48. All around the world birth rates are crashing – Is humanity dying out? What is going on and how bad is it?
At Rice University in Houston, Texas, mechanical engineers have created dead spider robots!
Meet Some Quokkas
Our newest additions to the zoo family are the 3 adorable quokkas.
What Is Dust?
Are your kids wondering: What is dust? This question came from Deago, a student from the United States.
How Did Life Begin? (Evolutionary History): Crash Course Biology #16
Humans may have been around for a long time, but life has existed for way longer. In this episode of Crash Course Biology, we’ll journey through deep time to uncover the history of life on Earth.
What On Earth Is A Platypus?
Join Jessi and Squeaks to learn about how amazing platypuses really are.
Popsicle Stick Chain Reaction
Learn how to put popsicle sticks together to form a chain reaction.
Brian Cox on how black holes could unlock the mysteries of our universe
When black holes disappear, what happens to the stuff that fell in? Physicist Brian Cox explains.
The Truth About Space Combat
George Lucas and the release of Star Wars in the 1970s unintentionally set a precedent for how almost every single piece of sci-fi media would depict space combat.
The Woman Who Saved the World
On her way to winning the 2023 Nobel Prize for her pioneering work on mRNA vaccines, Katalin Karikó lived a life made for the big screen.
Vitamins & Minerals
What exactly are vitamins and minerals? Let's find out!
Why Did It Take Us So Long?
We've long known that animal pollination is an important way plants reproduce on land, but we're only JUST finding out animals also pollinate plants underwater.
Ancient Life as Old as the Universe
Life has existed on one planet for about 4 billion years, for all we know. But it might have started right after the Big Bang, when the universe was much stranger and more fantastic than today.
Is The "5-Second Rule" Real?
What is the ‘5 second rule’ exactly, and is there actually any truth to it?