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Flying Dragons Of The Jungle

How does a Draco lizard find a good tree for eating ants and termites when there's already a territorial Draco lizard in the trees that he's finding? He can either fight the resident owner or he can escape to another ...

Swim Alongside a Galápagos Marine Iguana

Our planet's only sea-going lizard looks somewhat like a small Godzilla. The marine iguana (Amblyrhynchus cristatus) is endemic to the Galápagos Islands, and can be seen in this footage as it grazes underwater, captur...

Rock-Paper-Scissors Lizards

Biologists from UC Santa Cruz are studying the three distinct mating strategies of what's being referred to as "rock-paper-scissors lizards," the blue, orange, and yellow variations of the Western side-blotched lizard...

Saving Sea Turtles in the Solomon Islands

From National Geographic and Seedlight Pictures: Willie Atu of The Nature Conservancy takes us on a ride around The Arnavon Islands to see endangered hawksbill and green sea turtles swimming in the clear water, as wel...

These Crazy Cute Baby Turtles Want Their Lake Back

Follow these baby western pond turtles, who are being fattened up and well-cared for at both the San Francisco Zoo and Oakland Zoo, to their new home in the Presidio's Mountain Lake. Once polluted, the lake has been r...

Discovered! A “glowing” biofluorescent hawksbill sea turtle

You're on a night dive in the Solomon Islands to film biofluorescence in small sharks and corals. Your underwater camera system includes a blue light and a yellow filter that blocks out blue light, allowing you to see...

Why Warm Blood is Better Than Cold – Rise of the Mammals

What does a tiny Hadrocodium wui fossil tell us about the evolutionary advantages that mammals were developing before the Cretaceous–Paleogene mass extinction event that finished off the dinosaurs 65 million years ago...

Chameleons are Amazing – National Geographic

We've enjoyed quite a few chameleon videos, but this National Geographic video is not only full of fascinating information, it's visually stunning. From how they shoot their tongues like arrows to catch bugs, to how t...

Stanford’s MicroTug robot can pull 2,000x its weight on glass

Inspired by the incredible sticking power in ant feet and gecko toes, researchers at Stanford's Biomimetics and Dextrous Manipulation Lab have developed directional adhesives that help this 12-gram µTug (MicroTug) rob...

A tiny baby chameleon hatches from an egg

Have you ever seen a baby chameleon hatch from its egg? We've seen all sorts of babies, but we'd yet to see a chameleon hatch. Then we happened upon this 2008 video by YouTuber rmh355, via PBS Digital Studios' Tumblr,...

Critter cams on a Giant River Turtle’s back & a manatee’s peduncle

When you attach a camera onto the back of a giant South American river turtle, you get to witness how they live, where they go, how they interact with their young and others turtles. National Geographic shares this cr...

Chameleon Tongue Attack in Slow Motion – Earth Unplugged

Chameleons are fascinating creatures for so many reasons: Their eye sight provides them with 360 degree vision, they can change color based on their moods and social needs, and their tongues are fast and powerful for ...

How (and Why) Do Chameleons Change Color? – Veritasium

There is a misconception about chameleons... that they change their color in order to blend in with their environment. That is actually not the case... So why do chameleons change color and how are they doing it? ...

Rare baby platypus footage + a closer look at monotremes

Have you ever seen a newly hatched baby platypus? The duck-billed, beaver-tailed, Australian mammal is a rare creature in the animal kingdom, and is very rarely seen as a pink and furless, jellybean-size baby in its m...

Reptile Rejuvenation – Wild Inside the National Zoo

In this episode of Wild Inside the National Zoo, Reptile Rejuvenation, we get to meet three kinds of cold-blooded creatures that are warmly cared for: Aldabra Tortoises, a Grand Cayman iguana, and a Komodo Dragon name...

Hawksbill turtle snacks on a jellyfish

Swim in a reef off the coast of Thailand’s Ko Phi Phi Ley where critically endangered Hawksbill turtles have a stronger population than in most places. Earth Touch cameraman Stewart Whi...

How to make a papercraft rainbow snake

A papercraft snake that can twist and turn! Find out how to make your own in this video tutorial by dutchpapergirl. Pdfs of the pattern are here. Next: what else can you make with this style o...

Making a large crocodile sculpture

In this time lapse video, nature history and prehistoric life modeler Gary Staab studies, welds, sculpts, and paints to create a large crocodile sculpture with his team. Staab has worked for...

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