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How can weaver ants protect an entire orchard?

In this mango orchard in Northern Thailand, weaver ants are nurtured so they can thrive and protect the harvest. The ants hunt the pests that would eat the mangoes, eliminating any need to use harmful chemical pestici...

The Green Dragontail Butterfly in slow motion

This stunning slow-motion footage of the Green Dragontail Butterfly (Lamproptera meges) was filmed by insect enthusiast Kazuo Unno during a trip to northern Thailand. The dragontails are a species of swallowtail butte...

Long-tail macaques use stone tools to open shells

Long-tail macaques can be found frolicking in the seas of southern Thailand. It's a wonderful place to play, socialize, and keep cool. It's also the perfect place to enjoy a seafood banquet. These macaques are waiting...

Rafflesia kerrii, the world’s largest, smelliest flower?!

Take a walk in the rainforest of Thailand's Khao Sok National Park with Maddie Moate and Greg Foot. They're on the lookout for Rafflesia kerrii, one of the world's largest, smelliest flowers. It's also a rare flow...

Troglobites: Strange Cave Specialists – Planet Earth

Troglobites are rare and specialized animals that only live in dark caves. In this clip from the BBC's Planet Earth: Caves, episode 4, we observe Thailand's cave angel fish, the Texas Blind Salamander, and the Belizea...

How to Make a Tennis Ball

From filmmaker Benedict Redgrove, this is How to Make a Tennis Ball, a wonderful short from inside Wilson's tennis ball factory near Bangkok, Thailand. Redgrove explains: I was commissioned to make a film and shoot...

The Tea Twister – The science behind Teh Tarik (pulled tea)

Remember the Teh Tarik vendor spinning and pouring tea in Bangkok? What's going on with the tea as it spins and falls from one cup to the other? How do they do that? Teh Tarik (pulled tea) is black tea with either ...

Sea fans, barracuda & a giant clam in 4K – Earth Touch

Yellowtail barracuda, a giant clam, a sea cucumber, scorpionfish, gorgonian sea fans, and more: Earth Touch takes us underwater to Phi-Phi National Marine Reserve's Bida Nok in the Andaman Sea, Thailand. Beautiful, fu...

Flower-like Planthopper Nymphs spring away from harm

Those are not flowers or snowflakes, nor are they small Easter parade hats or very tiny Komondors. These are a species of Planthopper Nymphs featured in the Smithsonian Channel's Wild Burma: Chasing Tigers, and they c...

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...

Durian, the world’s smelliest fruit

This is Durian, the world’s smelliest fruit, as introduced by Thomas Fuller in The New York Times: ...when ripe it can smell like a dead animal. Yes, the fruit is difficult to handle, bearing likeness to a me...

Thailand’s Moken people have incredibly clear underwater vision

In this extraordinary adaptation strategy, Thailand’s Moken sea gypsies can see twice as clearly underwater by controlling the size of their pupils. What was generally considered an automatic reflex for the res...

Making an Iced Tea in Bangkok’s Chatuchak Weekend Market

Watch this street vendor make a Malaysian iced tea called Teh Tarik in the largest street market in Bangkok, Thailand. Physics + travel + food.  Thanks, @cosentino. 


 
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