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A simple way to tell insects apart: Look at their mouthparts

There are nearly a million known insect species in the world, but most have one of just five common types of mouthparts. Why is this information useful to scientists?...

Animanimals: Ant

This team of leafcutter ants seems to be working well together, staying in step and following orders. But one ant is marching, bouncing, floating, and playing to its...

Bioluminescent forest: Nature reimagined with projection mapping

...with projection mapping, projecting animations of light (that were created in the moment) onto three dimensional organisms (insects, mushrooms, spider webs, leaves, and more) instead of a flat screen. After...

Carnivorous Plants and Killer Ants – Gross Science

In this episode of NOVA’s Gross Science, Anna Rothschild introduces us to the carnivorous fanged pitcher plant (Nepenthes Bicalcarata) that preys on unsuspecting insects, but has a special relationship with...

Casse-croûte (Snacks)

From directing duo Burcu & Geoffrey, Burcu Sankur and Geoffrey Godet, enjoy these elegant and beautifully animated creatures as they look for a snack: Casse-croûte. Related shorts: By...

Eva Szasz’s Cosmic Zoom (1968)

From director Eva Szasz and the National Film Board of Canada, Cosmic Zoom (1968) is a wordless journey that attempts to demonstrate the scale of the universe. Beginning...

Fabulous Food Chains and The Dirt on Decomposers

...flows, through an ecosystem and how that movement forms Food Chains! Then get The Dirt on Decomposers. Dig into how worms, insects, slugs, snails, fungi, and bacteria eat detritus,...

Golden Age of Insect Aviation: The Great Grasshoppers

Golden Age of Insect Aviation: The Great Grasshoppers, a 10 second adventure by Wayne Unten. Music by Dave Gottlieb. Unten writes: “In 1903, Olivia Wright was the first to pilot...

Gotta Eat! and Classifying Organisms – Crash Course Kids

Why do we eat and how does what we eat help classify what we are? In these first two episodes from Crash Course Kids, Sabrina Cruz explains...

Help your local honey bees: Plant a bee-friendly garden

Pollinators like the honey bee are a huge part of how our food grows, but recently, honey bee populations have been in decline due to what scientists believe...

How Do Bees Make Honey?

Drinking from 1,000 flowers might be enough to fill a honey bee’s stomach, but that may not be the stomach you’re thinking of. Bees have two different stomachs...

Look Up! The Billion-Bug Highway You Can’t See

When British scientist Jason Chapman told us… there are 3 billion insects passing over your head in a summer month, he was talking about his survey in Great Britain....

Minuscule: The Caterpillar and the Brook (and more)

...to find a few online. If you’re in France, the UK, Australia, or elsewhere in the world, you’ll hopefully have better luck! In the archives: More videos with animated insects....

Only Slightly Exaggerated, a Studio Ghibli-style animation for Travel Oregon

Scored by the Oregon Symphony, Only Slightly Exaggerated is a fantastical tourism commercial created for Travel Oregon by Portland-based advertising agency Wieden + Kennedy. The video celebrates the...

Out of the Inkwell: The Tantalizing Fly (1919)

From the Out of the Inkwell series of rotoscope-created cartoons, this is The Tantalizing Fly (1919) by animation pioneer and rotoscope inventor Max Fleischer. In addition to Koko the...

Photographing the Real Life of Bees, behind-the-scenes with Anand Varma

...special access I have to show bees in a new way. So I was just trying stuff: Different lighting approaches, film noir aesthetic, graphic novel, Japanese animation, fiber optic lighting…...

Raccoon and the Light

What happens when a raccoon finds an abandoned flashlight in the woods? Explore the dark and discover some of the creatures that live in it with Raccoon and...

Richard Feynman – Ode To A Flower, Animated

Richard Feynman – Ode To A Flower, an animation from Fraser Davidson. The quote, by Nobel Prize winning physicist Richard Feynman, was given in 1981 when he was interviewed...

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