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Animal Behavior – CrashCourse Biology #25

Behavior is action in response to a stimulus. My cat Cameo is now responding to both an external stimulus the sound of a bag of treats, and an internal stimulus her hunger, or at least her insatiable desire for treats. Sometimes animal behavior can seem really far out, but if you look closely enough, you Read more…

The Lizard Destroying the Florida Everglades

(boat motor running) – [Wes] He’s comin’ at ya. Florida gators aren’t afraid of much. They’re certainly not afraid of me. But we’re here to protect them from something they should be scared of. He definitely isn’t happy to see us. A sneaky little lizard from Argentina. I’m Wes Larson, a wildlife biologist and lover Read more…

Cannibalism in the animal kingdom – Bill Schutt

In the deserts of the American Southwest, spadefoot toad tadpoles hatch in tiny oases. Until they develop into toadlets, they can’t survive outside of water, but these ponds are transient and quickly evaporate. The tadpoles are in a race against the clock to grow up before their nurseries disappear. So nearly overnight, some of the Read more…

Eukaryopolis – The City of Animal Cells: Crash Course Biology #4

This is an animal. This is also an animal. Animal. Animal. Animal carcass. Animal. Animal. Animal carcass again. Animal. The thing that all of these other things have in common is that they’re made out of the same basic building block: the animal cell. Animals are made up of your run-of-the-mill eukaryotic cells. These are Read more…

What’s The Most Indestructible Animal To Ever Live On Earth? DEBUNKED

When we asked people – what the most indestructible animal to have ever lived on Earth was, we were hit with a barrage of different suggestions. Everything from dinosaurs and reptiles to invertebrates and fish were thrown into the ring, but what’s the actual answer? Well if you Google – ‘most indestructible animal’, this little Read more…

Dog Behaviour – Animal Instinct

Dogs first evolved around 12,000 years ago. They’re one of only about a dozen animals that’s ever shared a close relationship with humans. Today, they vary dramatically in size, shape, colour, and behaviour. At one end of the scale, the Chihuahua weighs in at under a kilogram, compared to the Neapolitan Mastiff, which weighs a Read more…

Animal Cell | #aumsum

Animal Cell. Watch out. Risky road ahead. The Animal cell is surrounded by a semi-permeable cell membrane. The cell membrane allows only specific materials to move in and out of the cell. Let me get inside. Sorry buddy, Humans are not allowed – Animal cell Team. Please let me get inside. The police is chasing Read more…

The incredible ibex defies gravity and climbs a dam | Forces of Nature with Brian Cox – BBC

The rock that was used to build this dam contains essential minerals that have been dissolved in water Mineral rich and the calcium that these animals need to stay strong And there’s scalar dam to get them Without these salts and minerals their bones won’t grow their nervous systems and muscles can’t function Movement and Read more…

Animals That Do Drugs

If you got a headache you got a stash of ibuprofen or whatever to help put you to rights, right? But if you’re an animal, they can’t just pop down to the nearest Walgreens when they got a tummy ache. So how do they cure what ails them? Well it turns out, some animals have Read more…