Baboon Parenting | Wild Files with Maddie Moate | BBC EarthAnimals
In this new BBC Earth series Maddie Moate gives an in-depth look at the animal societies, starting with one of the most feared primates in the world - the baboon.
The Best Dogs Of BBC Earth | Top 5 | BBC EarthAnimals
We've collected the most precious moments from our beloved canine companions: from cute puppies opening their eyes for the first time, to loyal wild dogs and incredibly intelligent pets.
The Billion Ant Mega Colony and the Biggest War on EarthAnimals
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Shark Tagged From Submarine For First Time In History | National GeographicAnimals
For the past year, a research team has developed a new strategy to study the near threatened bluntnose sixgill shark in deep waters.
How Can We Wipe Out ALL Of The Mosquitoes?Animals
Is there an effective and safe way to get rid of mosquitoes?
What a Sea Snail Die-off Means for Californians—and the Climate | National GeographicAnimals
The red abalone fishery is closed down until 2021 in hopes that the snail population would rebound. Many coastal communities are suffering from the closure.
How to Fight a DRAGON with ScienceAnimals
How do you defeat a dragon? With science, of course! Kyle breaks down this mythological battle in this week's Because Science!
The most bizarre deep-sea creatures - InfographicAnimals
32 of the most bizarre deep-sea creatures discovered so far. Click the image to view full screen.
We Crashed Water Bears on the MoonAnimals
There are Water Bears on the surface of the moon!
Frogs Come Alive After Winter Thaw | National GeographicAnimals
These frogs froze for the winter, but remained alive - now they are thawing out.
What Shark Is Attacking Tourists?Animals
After multiple attacks in the tourist hot spot, the Seychelles, researchers try to determine which type of shark is the culprit.
Why Can Soda Dissolve a Rat?Animals
Surprise! You won a rat in your soda!
What if a Radioactive Spider Bites You?Animals
Everyone knows that when you're bitten by a radioactive animal, you get superpowers... right? Kyle weaves a web of facts and math to ensnare the truth in this week's Because Science!
Largest Known Marine Stingray StudyAnimals
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How Many Spiders Do You Swallow in Your Sleep?Animals
Do you swallow spiders in your sleep?
These Plants Eat Salamanders | National GeographicAnimals
Pitcher plants like these are known to feast on insects like flies. However, at a bog in Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario Canada, scientists have found many pitcher plants with a more ambitious diet.
Fireflies Put on a Spectacular Mating Dance | Short Film ShowcaseAnimals
Every year, hundreds of thousands of fireflies begin their mating dance in the pine forests of Mexico. Filmmaker Blake Congdon captured this incredible phenomenon as never before seen.
Is Meat Bad for You? Is Meat Unhealthy?Animals
Over the last few years eating meat has increasingly been associated with health risks, like heart disease, cancer and an early death. How unhealthy is meat really?
The Largest Insect Swarm | Because Science Live!Animals
The Largest Insect Swarm ever!
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How to Melt the Iron Throne | Because Science Live!
The lovable (and lethal) sea lion - Claire SimeoneAnimals
Plunge into the ocean’s depths to take a closer look at the sea lion’s hunting skills, and to learn more about how climate change is affecting its habitat.