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Small fish hide inside a sea jelly

Small fish, baby slender yellowtail kingfish, hide under a Versuriga anadyomene sea jelly in this short EarthTouch video filmed by Stewart Whitfield in Thailand. Inside the bell, the kingfish are able to stay safe from predators while feeding on the jelly’s leftovers. Careful to avoid the jelly’s stinging threads, hungry…

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Can you solve the cuddly duddly fuddly wuddly riddle?

You’ve promised to get your son the cutest creature in creation: the cuddly. It’s part of the Wuddly species, cousin to the terrifying duddly and the hideous fuddly. To make one, 100 eggs are placed in an incubator to undergo egg fusion, and the resulting combination will produce either a…

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Wintergatan’s Marble Conveyer Belt Marble Machine

Steel marbles, levers, gears, a maze of tracks and tubes, and so much more: This mesmerizing video captures a demonstration of the Marble Conveyer Belt , a new marble music machine from the engineering and innovation-focused Swedish folktronica band Wintergatan. Band member and inventor Martin Molin is at the crank….

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Neil Dawson’s Horizons on Gibbs Farm

On Gibbs Farm in Kaipara Harbour, New Zealand, giant artworks pepper the landscape. The work was commissioned by entrepreneur and art collector Alan Gibbs from 22 artists, including Maya Lin, Sol LeWitt, Richard Serra, Anish Kapoor, Marijke de Goey, and Andy Goldsworthy. Tom Scott visited Gibbs Farm to see its…

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Pipkin the rabbit eats crunchy celery

In this video from rabbit YouTuber One More Please, Pipkin the bunny eats a stick of crunchy celery, carefully recorded with an up-close microphone. Pipkin’s owner notes, “Is celery safe for rabbits to eat? Yes, it is! Like all foods though, except the rabbit’s beloved hay, moderation is key.” From…

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Aluminum + Mercury = Aluminum amalgam

This now-classic NileRed video of an aluminum and mercury reaction has been viewed almost 13 million times since 2017. The time-lapse shows an aluminum amalgam forming into a tall but brittle tower, a reaction explained in the video and by Wikipedia: Aluminium in air is ordinarily protected by a molecule-thin…

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Aluminum + Mercury = Aluminum amalgam

This now-classic NileRed video of an aluminum and mercury reaction has been viewed almost 13 million times since 2017. The time-lapse shows an aluminum amalgam forming into a tall but brittle tower, a reaction explained in the video and by Wikipedia: Aluminium in air is ordinarily protected by a molecule-thin…

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How Lullatone infuses play into creating music

Nagoya-based band Lullatone, Shawn James Seymour and Yoshimi Tomida, mix Japan’s rich simplicity with their love for new sounds to create “miniature melodies for everyday moments,” from Sunday Morning Shopping with a Stroller, to Spinning Until You Are Dizzy, to going for an Early Morning Run, to thinking about Acorns,…

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How to Save Our Frozen Worlds: Clean Energy

Wildflower meadows, seagrass beds, mangroves, marshlands, and our glorious jungles can all help capture the excess of carbon in our atmosphere and help stabilize our climate. These ecosystems are brilliant balancing tools that Earth has built-in. But we need to protect and expand on them. And we need to make…

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How to Save Our Frozen Worlds: Clean Energy

Wildflower meadows, seagrass beds, mangroves, marshlands, and our glorious jungles can all help capture the excess of carbon in our atmosphere and help stabilize our climate. These ecosystems are brilliant balancing tools that Earth has built-in. But we need to protect and expand on them. And we need to make…

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How to Save Our Jungles: Restoration and smart land use

Deforestation is the act of cutting down large areas of trees and plants, primarily to create croplands and pastures for agriculture. History holds many stories of deforestation and its unexpected consequences, but it also holds powerful examples of smart land use, jungle restoration, gentle jungle use, and both education and…

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How To Save Our Coastal Seas: Marine reserves and smart fishing

Overfishing, fishing faster than the fish can grow and breed to maintain sustainable populations, is a big ecological and industrial challenge. The fish we catch are now smaller and fewer than in decades past, key fish populations have been exhausted, and changes like these quickly affect food webs around the…

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