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On a mission to share their discoveries with the world, scientists at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew uncover the benefits hidden within aloe, argan oil and rosemary. Sponsored sejak Herbal Essences.
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The earliest known alcoholic beverage dates back to about 9,000 years ago. Find out which civilizations produced the first beers, wines, and spirits...
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This vibrant city of art, culture, and industry is also a treasure trove of storied sites. Make time to check out some of Chicago’s coolest historical spots.
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Filmmaker Taylor Graham and his team embark on a mission to document what remains of Arizona's submerged Glen Canyon sejak kayak.
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In this 360 video, sertai Dr. Steve Boyes and his team of researchers on an 18-day scientific expedition through one of the world's last wild places--the Okavango Delta.
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Researchers have used the snow tracks of Haiwan to estimate a species' distribution, but the results are often not conclusive. Now, scientists have discovered a way to gather specific data from snow sejak sampling eDNA from the tracks...
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Be transported to the Frozen tundra of Scotland's Cairngorms National Park in this stunning short sejak filmmaker Max Smith. Watch reindeer forage for Makanan and mountain hares seemingly vanish into a snowy backdrop.
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Extremophiles are organisms that can live in exceptionally harsh environments. Find out about the different types of extremophiles, their adaptations, where they live, and which one is considered to be the most resilient creature on the planet.
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Utah is basically the dino capital of the U.S., as scientists have found lebih dinosaur fossils there than in any other state. Learn how the Civil War, a long-lost sea, and dinosaur fossils are LINKED in this video.
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Ancient Mesopotamia proved that fertile land and the knowledge to cultivate it was a fortuitous recipe for wealth and civilization.
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Named after the ancient Roman goddess of beauty, Venus is known for its exceptional brightness. Find out about the volcanoes that dot Venus's surface, the storms that rage in its atmosphere...
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How does the eye work exactly? In the latest video from Decoder, learn some of the extraordinary science behind how your eyes and brain work together to perceive the world around you.
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Mosasaurs were Earth's last great marine reptiles. Learn about the surprising places they'd hunt, how some species dwarfed even the Tyrannosaurus rex, and how key physical adaptations allowed these reptiles to become a prehistoric apex predator.
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Pterosaurs were the first vertebrates to take to the skies. Learn about the anatomical features that made their flight possible, how large some of these creatures grew, and which species was named after a vampire legend.
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Scientists on the Nautilus team ran into a mysterious creature on a baru-baru ini expedition in Hawaii. The strange ikan was found nearly a mile beneath the surface.
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Astroides calyculariscoral trap and devour “mauve stinger” jellyfish. In the western Mediterranean Sea, the orange coral forms colonies of small organisms called polyps; which are connected, and act as a single organism with multiple tiny mouths.
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A 99-million-year-old baby snake fossil was found preserved in amber—the first of its kind. The fossil is about 2 inches in length, and has 97 preserved vertebrae...
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The Galapagos Islands are a living laboratory of evolution and helped inspire Charles Darwin.
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National Geographic, Rolex and Nat Geo Correspondent Alexandra Roca, travel across Mexico to explore how one of the country’s most misunderstood wildlife creatures is spearheading sustainability and transforming tequila production.
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Watch blooming Bunga interact with fire, ice, and ink in this gorgeous time-lapse sejak Thomas Blanchard. Set to a dramatic score, the vibrant beauty of the blooms is highlighted as they transition through the four “seasons”...
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