Secrets of the Garden

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On a mission to share their discoveries with the world, scientists at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew uncover the benefits hidden within aloe, argan oil and rosemary.

Primitive Technology: Stone Yam planters

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Primitive Technology: Stone Yam planters - Creating Stone planters for Yams from scratch.

Could A Plant Grow Inside You?

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Plants can live in all kinds of environments...even inside the your body?

Primitive Technology: Pit and chimney furnace

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While I’m working on other projects I’ll put up this video of an experimental furnace I built that operates by natural draft and uses charcoal as a fuel.

Aliens under the Ice – Life on Rogue Planets

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Out in the vast coldness of outer space, there are planets that travel alone through darkness without the boundaries of a system. Here’s how this can happen – and why these frozen deserts might secretly harbor alien life.

Can animals be deceptive?

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A male firefly emits a series of enticing flashes. He hopes a female will respond and mate with him.

Do Fish Pee?

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You know you’ve wondered. Do fish actually pee? And what does that make the ocean… one big toilet?

Inside the killer whale matriarchy

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Pods of killer whales inhabit the waters of every major ocean on Earth.

Why Is The Very Hungry Caterpillar So Dang Hungry?

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Because it's hoarding protein. Not just for itself, but for the butterfly it will become and every egg that butterfly will lay. And it's about to lose its mouth... as it wriggles out of its skin during metamorphosis.

Are we running out of clean water? - Balsher Singh Sidhu

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Despite water covering 71% of the planet’s surface, more than half the world’s population endures extreme water scarcity for at least one month a year.

Camels Don't Mind Spines In Their Cacti | Nat Geo Wild

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Camels have adapted to harsh desert conditions that require them to eat thorny plants.

Could You Survive Trapped In A Blizzard?

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We are LIFE NOGGIN! An animated and educational web show designed to teach you all about your awesome life and the brain that makes you able to live it!

The Largest River On Earth Is In The Sky

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What’s the largest river on Earth? If you said “the Amazon”… you’re only half right. Scientists have discovered an even bigger river in South America, and it’s in the sky above the Amazon rainforest.

The Secret Weapon That Could Help Save Bees

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Honeybees are dying from parasites, pesticides, and poor nutrition, but we can help them in a number of ways, including by encouraging them to make a homemade antibiotic.

What Sperm Whales Can Teach Us About Humanity

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Sperm whales are only at the surface for about 15 or 20 minutes at a time, yet photographer Brian Skerry is able to capture beautiful moments of these giant undersea predators.

Rescued Scottish Wildcat Kittens Among Last of Their Kind

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The orphaned sister and brother pair will be released to the wild when they’re old enough to survive on their own.

What Do Raindrops Really Look Like?

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What do raindrops look like? Exactly how we drew them as kids, right? Wrong! Teardrop-shaped rain is physically impossible. This week I went inside a vertical wind tunnel to bring you the true shape of rain.

Soar Over the Lush Rice Terraces of the Philippines | National Geographic

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In the remote Cordillera mountain range of the Philippines, rice terraces preserve a cultural landscape passed down for 2,000 years.

Got Bees? Meet a Swarm Chaser Up for the Challenge

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When bees swarm, most people run as fast as they can in the other direction. Portland beekeeper Mandy Shaw does the opposite.

Earth's Most Complicated Eyes | Because Science Live

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Mantis Shrimp predator eyes

Spider Telescopes | Because Science Live

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Do spiders have eyes similar to telescopes?