Crossing US borderHistory
Some people have risked their lives trying to cross the American-Mexican border, but what are some of the craziest ways people have attempted to get past border patrol?
Peatlands Critical In Climate Change Fight | National GeographicHistory
Peatlands lock in more carbon than forests—and a new mapping effort suggests that the Democratic Republic of Congo’s might be the world’s largest.
The first and last king of Haiti - Marlene DautHistory
Dive into the life of Henry Christophe, a former slave and leader in the Haitian Revolution and the only king of Haiti.
A day in the life of an ancient Celtic DruidHistory
Join the Celtic druid Camma in her village as she conducts religious rites, serves as a healer, and mediates conflict between tribes.
Australia's Most Notorious OutlawHistory
The John Dillinger of the Australian outback, Ned Kelly, was wanted dead or alive with a large bounty placed on his head to attract desperate killers, but they weren't prepared to find Kelly and his gang rigged out in Iron Man outfits!
What makes neon signs glow?History
In this 360° animation, explore the vibrant world of neon signs and learn the science of what makes them glow.
A brief history of chess - Alex GendlerHistory
Trace the storied history of the game of chess, from its origins in 7th century India to the computer software we use today.
Does Planet 9 Exist?History
A planet has been predicted to orbit the sun with a period of 10,000 years, a mass 5x that of Earth on a highly elliptical and inclined orbit.
Science Experiments That Went Horribly WrongHistory
Some of the worst experiments have been conducted in the name of science. In today's educational cartoon we are looking into the worst accidents to happen during an experiment.
Shark Tagged From Submarine For First Time In History | National GeographicHistory
For the past year, a research team has developed a new strategy to study the near threatened bluntnose sixgill shark in deep waters.
The secret student resistance to Hitler - Iseult GillespieHistory
Learn the story of the WWII student resistance group, called the White Rose, fighting against Hitler in Nazi Germany.
Plastic Waste Along the Ganges | National GeographicHistory
The Ganges is the world's second most polluted river. It's the epicenter of the plastic pollution crisis. Partner content for Alliance to End Plastic Waste.
The dust bunnies that built our planetHistory
Investigate the theories surrounding cosmic dust bunnies and discover how the tiny particles could hold the key to the formation of life on Earth.
Our Best View Of Bacteria Is...From Space?!History
Observing the effects of microbes using satellites can give us all sorts of useful information about life on Earth ... and other planets too.
The mysterious origins of life on EarthHistory
Where on Earth did life begin? Explore the hydrothermal vents in Earth’s crust as simple compounds gave way to complex life.
What Was Being An Adult Like In The 70s?History
What was being an adult like in the 1970s? Did boomers have an easier time living?
The World War of the AntsHistory
Every day billions of soldiers fight a merciless war on thousands of fronts, that has been going on for over one hundred million years: The world war of the ants.
From pacifist to spy: WWII’s surprising secret agent - Shrabani BasuHistory
Learn about the life of World War II spy Noor Inayat Khan and how she worked with the French Resistance to build the network that defeated the Nazis.
Insane Way El Chapo Escaped PrisonHistory
How did Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán manage to escape the Mexican prison? How long did his men dig the tunnel?
A brief history of cannibalismHistory
Human cannibalism is a lot more common than you might think. Dive into its complex history and see its uses in medicine, cultural rituals and in times of survival.
Most Hardcore Soldier: SpartanHistory
What was life like for a Spartan solider in ancient Greece? Was it anything like the movie "300"? In today's educational cartoon we are going back to the ancient times to look at how the warrior Spartans lived.