A Bear Skull

While preparing for a full day of filming, The Brain Scoop team was paid a surprise visit by a university groundskeeper who had discovered a black bear skull in the woods. It is so old! – Yeah, that’s what I was saying: it was the oldest one he’d seen. And 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

Scaredy Cat: Buffalo Foils Lion Attack By Puncturing Tyre

COMM: In Kruger National Park, these lions are looking for their next meal, and they’ve decided it’s going to be this buffalo. But they are not prepared for the fight that their quarry is willing to put up. COMM: With one big cat clinging to his back, the buffalo manages Continue Reading

Amazing Facts about Mammals – Science With Kids

Music starts Mammals Mammals are pretty amazing creatures. There’s mammals that fly. Bats! Some mammals live mostly underground. Some mammals live underwater. Mammals live where it is cold. Some mammals can live where it’s hot. The largest animals on land are bull elephants which are mammals. Elephants can grow to Continue Reading

Two arctic Beluga whales filmed off Northumberland coast

A rare sighting in the UK…. The moment white Beluga whales were spotted off the Northumberland coast has been captured on film. Those on Warkworth beach on Bank Holiday weekend would’ve caught a glimpse of two Arctic Belugas swimming close to the shore. Extremely rare visitors to our waters, Belugas Continue Reading

Sperm Whales Clicking You Inside Out — James Nestor at The Interval

A sperm whale can click at about 236 decibels. It’s the loudest animal on the planet. Sperm whales can hear each other in the ocean from hundreds even thousands of miles away. Some researchers believe that they’re able to keep in contact with one another through these clicks on other Continue Reading

Two vulnerable monkeys born at Brazil zoo

A zoo in Brazil has had two new, furry arrivals. Born a week apart, the baby monkeys are growing up fast. Whilst the older monkey is being looked after by its mum, baby number two is being cared for by zookeepers. This is because the little one’s mum has been Continue Reading

Does Giving Animals More Rights Improve the Quality of Human Life?

Yeah I think animal rights is the next wave after the same sex marriage. We just got done with that. And that’ll be pretty much over in terms of social attitudes within a few years to a decade. No one will even talk about it anymore. What’s next? Animal rights Continue Reading