Months of the Year | Simple Song for Kids
A fun song and video to learn the months of the year!
Relaxing Birdsong for Sleep and Meditation | Relax With Nature | BBC Earth
Relax and soothe the mind with the sounds of toucans, tanagers, hummingbirds and other spectacular bird species as they take flight in the Atlantic Rainforest.
Otter stealing surfboards and hearts but concerning officials
An internet sensation dubbed Otter 841 has been growing her fan club while officials try to catch her, with no luck so far. She has been seen aggressively approaching surfers and kayakers alike, often hopping on the boards and even biting off a chunk.
How Do We Keep Life's Jenga Tower From Toppling?
Some scientists believe we are in the middle of Earth’s sixth mass extinction: a big, precarious game of Jenga that involves every ecosystem on the planet.
Long Story Shorts: What is the Biggest Migration on Earth?
Every day, trillions of animals in the ocean play the biggest game of hide-and-seek … and the losers get eaten. This daily commute is called diel vertical migration, and you’ve probably never heard of it—until now.
Importance of Oceans for Kids | Learn why Earth's oceans are so significant
We hope you and your student(s) enjoyed learning about the world's beautiful ocean! If you want to learn even more, head over to our website and download one of our many lesson plans about the ocean, full of activities, worksheets, and more!
In the Operating Room: A While Bengal Tiger Emergency
Today is a first for Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists. Nia, a 6-year-old white Bengal tiger, is in critical need of surgery. Harley, a therapy puppy for a little girl, has a broken leg that only surgery can fix.
The Weight of “Nothing” Could Mean Everything (to Physics)
Deep in a Sardinian mine, researchers are constructing an experiment that hopes to solve what's known as The Worst Prediction In The History of Physics, and pin down the true identity of dark energy.
The world's largest carnivorous marsupial | Australia Zoo Life
We welcome two amazing Tasmanian devils into their new habitat and find out a little bit more about these interesting Australian natives.
The one thing stopping jellyfish from taking over - Mariela Pajuelo & Javier Antonio Quinones
Dig into why jellyfish populations have increased, and how leatherback sea turtles can help get their numbers under control.
Things You Wanna Know
Are you in search for cool fun facts about our animals, dinosaurs, world, space, bugs, and much more? Then look no further! Here's a fun and exciting new series about some of the best topics ever!
Is Bigger Better?
Elephants might be strong, but they are weak compared to ants because ants have certain advantages that allow them to outlift their larger competitors.
Uncovering the Secret Lives of Urban Bats
Bats are notoriously elusive animals, only emerging when the darkness of the night protects them. Join zoologist and wildlife presenter Yussef Rafik as he tries to track down these mysterious mammals.
Bear Grylls shows Bradley Cooper how to cross a ravine | Running Wild with Bear Grylls
Bear Grylls teaches Bradley Cooper how to cross a ravine. In Running Wild with Bear Grylls, Bear is taking it up a level by teaching his celebrity guests essential survival skills that they'll have to master and then prove they can use in a high stress situation.
Behind the scenes: How zoos care for animals in a heat wave | CBC Kids News
As the summer comes to an end, here’s a look at how the record-breaking heat caused zoos around the world to adapt. From a sanctuary in Pristina, Kosovo, to a zoo in Phoenix, Arizona, zookeepers had to work hard to keep their animals from overheating.
How AI Art Could Enhance Humanity’s Collective Memory | Refik Anadol | TED
With data as his paintbrush, media artist Refik Anadol trains AI algorithms to visualize the disappearing wonders of nature. He gives a beautiful tour of his recent work -- imagery of artificial coral reefs, flowers, rainforests -- and ponders: Can we use AI to preserve our memories of the fading natural world?
Why Do People Hate Koalas?
On the Internet, koalas get an unnecessary amount of hate, so let's debunk some of the most pervasive koala myths!
Experiencing the currents of the coral reef
Jeff Jenkins goes drift diving at Palancar Gardens, learning how to go with flow.
Financial Literacy For Kids: Borrowing Versus Saving
In this installment of the Financial Literacy series, your kids and students will learn about the difference between borrowing money or saving money to buy something.
Primitive Technology: Undercover Brick Workshop
I built a thatched shelter to make bricks in so that they are protected from the rain before they are fired. Despite it being the dry season, it still rains unpredictably in this climate...
How Species Make and Break Friendships
Community ecology is the study of interactions between different species of living things, and lets ecologists examine the effects of predator-prey relationships, parasites, and mutually beneficial interactions. In this episode of Crash Course Biology, we’ll examine the myriad interspecies interactions with examples, see how keystone species impact their environment and explore how communities rebuild when they are disrupted, through the lens of the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens.