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Baby Tamarin Tries to Escape Ocelot

Adults Life
An ocelot is only twice the size of a house cat, but to these tiny tamarins it's a giant. It could kill each of them with a single bite!

What Is A Core Sample?

Youth Life
Have you ever wanted to go back in time— just to see what it was like? Well, scientists have figured out how …sort of…

Inside The Sunny Center of a Hurricane

Adults Life
To learn more about how Florida International University is revolutionizing what we know about hurricanes, visit https://FIU.edu Why is the middle of a hurricane sometimes so clear and calm?

Raja Ampat: The Last Stronghold of Healthy Coral Reefs | National Geographic

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Paid content for @Prada. Coral reefs are often described as the rainforests of the seas, and for good reason.

What the biggest brain on Earth can do - David Gruber and Shane Gero

Adults Life
Explore how sperm whales use an array of complex vocalizations to communicate with each other, hunt, and assess their surroundings.

Why Don't Electric Eels Shock Themselves?

Adults Life
Electric eels can emit some of the largest shocks in the animal kingdom - but why don't they shock themselves?

Sir David Attenborough on the Planet Earth series | Planet Earth III | BBC Earth

Adults Life
Over the past two decades, Sir David Attenborough has travelled to the furthest corners of our planet. He reflects upon the incredible animals and habitats he has seen, and what the future could hold – for both us and them.

The #1 antidote to aging | Daniel Lieberman, Morgan Levine & more

Adults Life
5 health experts, including Harvard professor Daniel Lieberman, share the exact ways exercise can lead to a healthier lifespan.

Everyone Was Wrong About Avocados - Including Us

Adults Life
If you’re a fan of avocados, you might have heard that they only exist thanks to prehistoric creatures called giant ground sloths.

Critical Thinking Skills

Youth Life
Critical thinking relies on several factors—such as knowledge, analysis, and evaluation—to figure things out.

The time I was a human incubator

Adults Life
Premature babies majorly benefit from skin-to-skin contact with a parent –also known as “kangaroo care”– because it reduces infections and hypothermia and increases weight gain and parental involvement.

Arctic Fox Love Story | Incredible Animal Journeys | National Geographic

Adults Life
After a long winter apart, an Arctic fox searches for his mate. Will she have made it back?

Table Manners For Kids

Kids Life
Caitie is meeting her mom for lunch at a restaurant! Tag along to learn the do's and don'ts of going out to eat.

Dominica: The Nature Island (2023) | Pristine Seas | National Geographic Society

Adults Life
After the harrowing experiences of Hurricane Maria in 2017, Dominica committed to transforming the island into the world’s first climate-resilient nation.

World's Best Night Vision Goggles

Adults Life
We visited the US Navy to test the best night vision goggles in the world.

Hitchhiking Crab Finds Love | Planet Earth III | BBC Earth

Adults Life
After being carried away by ocean currents, this Columbus crab is marooned on a temporary home of discarded fishing nets.

Where The Weird Things Are

Adults Life
We made this video in partnership with the Bik Lab at University of Georgia and the National Science Foundation.

The Legends of El Dorado: City of Gold (Full Episode) | Lost Cities with Albert Lin

Adults Life
National Geographic Explorer and scientist Albert Lin travels to Colombia to learn the truth behind the legends of El Dorado.

Eclipses Used To Be Terrifying

Adults Life
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.

Hitchhiking Crab Finds Love | Planet Earth III | BBC Earth

Adults Life
After being carried away by ocean currents, this Columbus crab is marooned on a temporary home of discarded fishing nets. But, an opportunity is coming his way, if only he is brave enough to take it.

The Woman Who Saved the World

Adults Life
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.