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How Old Is Your Body, Really?

Have you ever heard the statement that the cells in your body are completely replaced every seven years? Is this true? In this beautifully illustrated episode of Skunk Bear, NPR's Adam Cole explores how long our diffe...

Desert Fox Hunts A Lesser Jerboa – BBC’s Wild Arabia

The fennec fox is hungry. The lesser jerboa doesn't want to be eaten. How does the jerboa escape the fennec fox? This stunning chase scene from the BBC's Wild Arabia showcases some powerful kangaroo legs and brilliant...

You Have Mites Living On Your Face – Gross Science

Yep, you have mites living on your face. And in this episode of Gross Science, Anna Rothschild explains how they're eating, laying eggs, dying, and leaking feces. On your face. But don't worry because we've known this...

Magic Beard: Ben Garvin’s surprise-filled stop motion film

Magic Beard by Minneapolis photographer Ben Garvin. Warning: If you have a beard in your house, you may be asked to pull crayons out if it after watching this playful, surprise-filled stop mo...

How to wash long hair in space – Astronaut Karen Nyberg

Mechanical engineer and NASA astronaut Dr. Karen Nyberg picks up by demonstrating another of life’s daily details in microgravity. In this video, she shows us how she washes her long hair on the International ...

How Much Stuff Do Our Bodies Make In A Year?

jtotheizzoe: A pretty eye-opening look at just how much “stuff” your body makes in a year, from BuzzFeedVideo. Snot a bad video. Urine for a real educational experience. Hair’s a great vi...

Earth Unplugged: Wet animals shake in slow motion

According to the research, “a wet animal could spend 20% or more of it’s daily food energy to evaporate water in its fur, if it cannot shake.” Therefore, it’s super import...


 
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