Talking Dogs Present Sports News

Iiiiiit’s playtime folks! I’m Bull Stafford. And I’m Kurt Growley. Hey! How’s the divorce going, Kurt? *Grumbles* Haha…Just kidding ya! Wowsers, have we got some awesome play for you tonight! First, let’s head to Miami to hear the results of The World’s Fastest Dog. Crashing out early was Jack Russell, with a breed top speed Read more…

How Close Are We to Resurrecting Extinct Species?

[TRACE] The passenger pigeon, the gastric brooding frog, the wooly mammoth, they all have one thing in common, they’re extinct…. dead as a dodo, if you will. In fact, scientists estimate that 5 billion species have come and gone off this planet. But what if we could bring them back? What if extinction didn’t have Read more…

Planets Could Form Around Black Holes! | SciShow News

[ intro ] Just in case you need something to keep you up at night. we can’t see them directly, astronomers estimate our galaxy is peppered with anywhere from ten million to a billion black holes. They’re all remnants of stars whose cores collapsed into infinitesimally small points. And while each is bizarre and braain-bendy 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…

How a rooftop farm feeds a city | Mohamed Hage | TEDxUdeM

Translator: Bob Prottas Reviewer: Ariana Bleau Lugo I’m an urban farmer. So I grow food in the city of Montréal, on the roofs of buildings, believe it or not. And it’s something that I’m very, very proud of. It’s something that puts a smile on my face every morning. And a while back, I was Read more…

Ants vs. Water Beasts

El Dragon Island was well on the way to blossoming into an awesome community…. Until I saw it. Something crawling on the glass that filled me with great concern. Oh no! Wild pharaoh ant scouts were checking out this new island of ours. It didn’t seem they could get across, just yet. AC Family, this Read more…

Artists Draw Animals Based On Their Scientific Names

– [Nathan] Welcome to Drawfee where we take dumb ideas. – [Julia] And make even dumber drawings. – I’m Nathan. – I’m Julia. – I’m Jacobus Andrewsicus. That’s my scientific name. – [Nathan] That’s Jacob’s, that’s how you, – [Jacob] That’s how I was classified. – [Nathan] Yeah, the scientists that discovered Jacob were – Read more…

Helping humans and animals live together | Jane Goodall

Good afternoon, good evening, whatever. We can go, jambo, guten Abend, bonsoir, but we can also ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh. That is the call that chimpanzees make before they go to sleep in the evening. You hear it going from one side of the valley to the other, from one Read more…

ASKAP: Phased array feeds for radio astronomy

[Music plays] (Narrator) Since humans first looked skyward the star filled heavens have been a source of constant fascination and amazement, inspiring us to better understand the cosmos, as well as our place within it. Australia’s CSIRO has long supported this quest for understanding, developing innovative technologies for radio astronomy, a key science that allows Read more…

Inside the Dark World of Captive Wildlife Tourism | National Geographic

– (sighs) Jesus. We came behind the stadium where the elephants perform and we found this juvenile elephant. He had gaping red wounds at his temple. He also has a broken leg. The other one is chained up. He looks totally emaciated. Skin and bones. And this is the worst shape I’ve seen an elephant Read more…