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Animated Life: Pangea – The story of Alfred Wegener

Sometimes scientists spend their time riding in a hot air balloon, driving a dog sled, hunting seals, traveling on Greenland ice masses, flying box kites in the cold arctic evenings, and thinking about jigsaw puzzles ...

The Girl and the Fox

Ilona is a nine-year-old girl who lives in the wilderness with her mother and father. Food is running low, and when a mysterious fox starts killing their livestock, she has no choice but to track down the strange crea...

Why do carrots taste sweeter in the winter?

From the University of California’s Fig.1 series, Molecular Biologist Liz Roth-Johnson explains why cold weather makes carrots taste more sweet: Because plants are immobile, they must develop defense techniques aga...

National Film Board of Canada: How to Build an Igloo (1949)

Drawing from a lifetime of snow experience, two Inuit men in Canada’s Far North find a site full of hard-packed snow for their igloo, or iglu in Inuit. To insulate and protect against wind and cold, a quick, overnight...

The Scaredy Swan

The Scaredy Swan, an Acme Filmworks-produced animated short by Burcu Sankur and Geoffrey Godet, tells the story of a swan that's afraid to get into the water, and the "help" a bee gives him in joining his six friends ...

Antarctica’s Ice Formations: Volcanic ice caves & undersea brinicles

The caves of Mount Erebus, Antarctica's only active volcano, hide fragile and sparkling secrets: spectacular ice stalagmites, stalactites, shards, and feather-like crystals that form from the volcanic steam and gases ...

The Birth of a Snowflake (A snowflake melts in reverse)

What if puddles turned into snowflakes? If they did, it might look something like this: YouTuber Armand9x filmed this snowflake melting and then ran it backwards to create The Birth of a Snowflake, a short but sweet 2...

Frozen bubbles: Ice crystals form on bubbles in real time

Watch ice crystals form in real time on these spinning and floating soap bubbles, filmed in -40°C weather in Northern Sweden. The crystalized spikes grow outward quickly as the low sun lights the surfaces of the spher...

Feasting & squeaking: Golden snub-nosed monkeys in the snow

These Ewok-like golden snub-nosed monkeys seem very happy to be eating what looks like bark, a staple of their diet. Feasting and squeaking noises! This clip is listed as the "World's First Live Broadcast of Golden Sn...

A Forest Year: Time lapse videos of Earth’s cycle of the seasons

Watch the seasons change in this 15 month time lapse made from 40,000 still images, via GrrlScientist: A Forest Year by videographer Samuel Orr. During a stay in a remote Indiana cabin, while on location to work o...

A Deer Migration You Have to See to Believe

Traverse three highways, multiple water crossings, sand dunes, and over 100 fences in A Deer Migration You Have to See to Believe. This National Geographic video by Joe Riis shares the incredible yearly journey of mul...

Pillar Point – Dreamin’

Pillar Point - Dreamin’, directed by our friends at Wild Combination.

Fly over a herd of reindeer near Kautokeino, Norway

Fly over a herd of reindeer near Kautokeino, Norway, and watch how the patterns of reindeer (and people) shift around in the snow. This footage was shot by Norwegian photographer Jan Helmer Ols...

Watch snowflakes form in time lapse through a microscope

The time lapse formation of snowflakes, recorded with a macro lens by Vyacheslav Ivanov. Music: Aphex Twin - Avril 14th. Update via Colossal: “Ivanov confirms from his home in St. Pete...

The Science of Snowmaking

From The New York Times, Olympics 2014: The Science of Snowmaking:  Machines make snow the same way nature does, by freezing water droplets. But they do it a few feet above the ground, rat...

Le silence sous l’écorce (The Silence Beneath the Bark)

A tender fairy tale about discovery and growing up, this is The Silence Beneath the Bark, Le silence sous l’écorce (2010), by Joanna Lurie. Read more about the film here. 

This is NOT timelapse: the Aurora Borealis in real time

This breathtaking video of the Aurora Borealis is not a timelapse video — this is what it looks like in real time. It was filmed in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada by astro-ph...

Minute Earth: How do trees survive winter?

How do trees survive winter? This episode of Minute Earth explains. Related watching: The Story of Frozen Food and Why The Full Moon is Better in Winter.

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