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Shh.. Don’t make a noise. I’m bird watching. Wow! Look at those beautiful Toucans. Are those bananas? OH NO! I scared them off. Be more careful next time, Manu! Oh, Hi Kids! I’m Monkey Manu. Those friends of ours I was spying on are called Birds. I see so many of them wherever I go

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NARRATOR: It’s July, grizzly mating season. This female’s current mate is Caesar. With his home range covering almost 500 square miles, it took him a long time to track his girl, and he’s not going to share her. Brutus isn’t looking to share. He’s taller, almost seven feet. And bulkier, around 800 pounds. Caesar is

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Curious Droid presents 7 freakish genetically modified animals. Over the past 30 years biotechnological developments have allowed scientists to alter the genetic makeup of bacteria, plants, animals here are 7 of these of such experiments but they represent just the tip of what will become a massive iceberg at number seven we have the sudden

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– [Nathan] Welcome to Drawfee where we take dumb ideas. – [Julia] And make even dumber drawings. – I’m Nathan. – I’m Julia. – I’m Jacobus Andrewsicus. That’s my scientific name. – [Nathan] That’s Jacob’s, that’s how you, – [Jacob] That’s how I was classified. – [Nathan] Yeah, the scientists that discovered Jacob were –

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Evolution has given rise to amazing diversity in the animal kingdom, from barely visible insects to towering elephants. All of this diversity arose from a single cell ancestor. This amazing fact begs the question: how did the first multicellular animal evolve from a single-cell ancestor to give rise to such diversity? The Multicellgenome Lab decided

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The original keystone refers to a wedge-shaped slab at the peak of a stone arch. If you remove the keystone, you risk the whole thing tumbling down. And some ecosystems work the same way, relying on one keystone species. In biology, keystone species have a disproportionately large impact on their habitat, given their size or

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This episode is brought to you by the Field Museum in Chicago, Illinois and the Museum für Naturkunde in Berlin, Germany. Hey, we are here in the National Park Unteres Odertal, and Poland is right there! We can see it! Also, my feet are freezing. Let’s go! People have been cultivating grain and farming cattle

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[♪ INTRO ] If I asked you to picture a forest, you might envision a sunny grove with some deer gently nibbling on leaves as they mosey on through. But those deer could actually be searching for a baby bird or two to munch on. Yes, deer can be carnivorous. In fact, many supposed plant-eaters

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Thanks to Brilliant for supporting this whole week of SciShow! Go to Brilliant.org/SciShow to learn more. [♪ INTRO] Every year, millions of animals undertake amazing journeys. They migrate to avoid the cold, to give birth, or to find food, and to do it, they can travel hundreds of kilometers over all kinds of terrain. Now,

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[ ♪Intro♪ ] Whether they’re pets, wildlife, or the residents of the local zoo, animals can sometimes seem a lot like us. Usually, if you think your cat looks guilty, you’re just being anthropomorphic — or finding human traits in nonhuman things. Because let’s be honest: Your cat probably doesn’t feel guilty about anything. Still,

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