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Emperor Penguins Speed Launch Out of the Water

We've seen a video of penguins rocketing out of the water as if powered by jets, but we've never seen it happen from underwater... until now. In this National Geographic clip, photographer Paul Nicklen captures how th...

Among the stone pile nests of Gentoo Penguins

Watch and listen as these Gentoo Penguins breed, feed, and waddle among their stone pile nests in colonies around the sub-Antarctic islands. Gentoo females lay two eggs, and both parents share nest and offspring care....

Zoo (1961) by Bert Haanstra

Zoo (1961), filmed at Artis Royal Zoo in Amsterdam by Dutch documentary film maker Bert Haanstra. But whom are we really watching here? More excellent Haanstra: Glas. Updated video link.

Two months in 5 minutes: Breaking ice on an icebreaker boat

Marine scientist and Stanford PhD student Cassandra Brooks narrates a two month long time-lapse view from an icebreaker — a specially-designed ship with “a strengthened hull, an ice-clearing shape, and the...

Earth Touch: Antarctica Ep2 – The animals of South Georgia Island

Two South African filmmakers and ecologists travel to South Georgia Island and Antarctica to film the animals that live on the seventh continent. In this episode from EarthTouch.tv, meet the trusting seals and pengui...

The Best Bloopers from Penguins – Spy in the Huddle

A series of clumsy penguin outtakes from the BBC’s Penguins - Spy in the Huddle, narrated by David Tennant. (Updated video link.) The documentary team disguised 50 cameras — as penguins, rocks, snowballs, ...

Festo Robot Animals: Penguins, jellyfish, rays, and more

Have you seen the robot AquaPenguin, from the Festo HQ team's Bionic Learning Network in Germany? It comes complete with glowing robot eyes! Other great videos to check out from Festo: AquaRay, AirRay, AirPenguin, ...

Penguin babies taking their first steps

Penguin babies (specifically Emperor Penguin babies in Antarctica) taking their first steps! From The March of the Penguins, narrated by Morgan Freeman. Updated video.

Vsauce: Why Is Yawning Contagious?

Why do we yawn? The kiddo isn’t often into all of the great science-content videos that are a bit heavier on the talking (and many of them are more for older kids anyways), but he stuck with this particular one ...

Penguins can’t fly, but they can jump

Penguins can’t fly, but they can jump! Seriously. They can jump over 9 feet (or up to 3 meters), depending on their species. How? They wrap their bodies in a cloak of air bubbles that come from their feathers &...

King penguins take a walk

King penguins explore the snowy outdoors at the St. Louis Zoo! Keepers decided to use the wintry weather as part of the penguins’ daily enrichment activity by letting a few selected penguins walk outside of ...