A Flea’s Fantastic Jump Takes More Than Muscle | Deep Look

Sometimes, to get where you want in life, you need to go all out. Fleas need to get off the ground and on to someone they can exploit. That’s bad news if you’ve got fur or feathers. There are more than 2000 flea species. Each partial to its own kind Continue Reading

Funny Animal Sex Facts!

Hi! Welcome or welcome back to my channel my name is Ilja and today we’re going to discuss some funny biological sex facts So the reason why I’m making this video is actually because last semester I had a class on biology, and like while I was reading my textbook Continue Reading

How Antarctica’s Cutest Baby Seals Grow Up I Antarctic Extremes

(melodic music) (baby seal barking) – [Caitlin ] It seems like everyone has an idea of what Antarctica looks like. (seal barking) – [Arlo] For us, it was this endless landscape of white, as far as the eye could see. – [Caitlin] But when we got here, we were greeted Continue Reading

Kangaroo Rats Are Furry, Spring-Loaded Ninjas | Deep Look

Under cover of darkness, the world is a safer place for a kangaroo rat. It’s mostly hidden from predators, while it searches for seeds – its main source of food and water in this harsh California desert. But it’s not totally safe Ok, let’s slow that down. Like some kind Continue Reading

A Tsetse Fly Births One Enormous Milk-Fed Baby | Deep Look

We mammals like to think we’re pretty special, right? We don’t lay eggs. We feed our babies milk. Well, this very pregnant fly is about to prove us wrong. Yep, this tsetse fly is in labor. And that emerging bundle of joy is her larva. While other insects can lay Continue Reading

Horns vs. Antlers

There are many things that plague our country today: rampant crime, violent video games, a degradation of family values. But perhaps most importantly, children aren’t being taught to differentiate properly between horns and antlers. Horns and antlers are generally used for defending territory, fighting off predators, and attracting mates. I Continue Reading

Recommended Reading

Hey. We’re gonna talk about some books that I read. I get a lot of questions about, “Hey, Emily, what are you reading right now?” and “How do you know all of this?” and “Oh my god, you’re really smart.” And thank you very much, but I, uh, obviously didn’t Continue Reading

Nature Buzz – Bison!

Hello and welcome to Nature Buzz where we are digging into nature! Today I’m here in Yellowstone National Park to learn about a humongous mammal, the bison! You may know this animal as a Buffalo but it’s actually an American Bison. Bison are a type of ungulate which means they Continue Reading

How we’ll find extraterrestrial life in 20 to 30 years

If there is life outside of Earth, whatever it may be probably already knows we exist. Former NASA astronaut John Grunsfield has said so-called “aliens” would be able to sense our presence – even without visiting our planet. Speaking yesterday, Grunsfield said yesterday that changes that life on Earth has Continue Reading

The Curious Webspinner Insect Knits a Cozy Home | Deep Look

Ok, under a log, you uncover a wispy white web. You’re thinking: spider. Not so fast. This maze of woven silk has nothing to do with arachnids. It’s actually created by a kind of insect called a webspinner. They’re related to stick insects and praying mantises. Never heard of ’em? Continue Reading