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What is bee bread?

What is bee bread and how is it made? This Deep Look episode from KQED shares how older female adult bees mix around 160,000 pollen grains with nectar, honey and some of their saliva to make each pellet of protein-rich ‘bee bread’ that’s deposited for the colony to eat. The…

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How to make a no-bake blueberry cheesecake

This impressive looking no-bake blueberry cheesecake is surprisingly simple to make, as demonstrated in this calming video by cheesecake aficionado Cooking tree 쿠킹트리. Turn up the sound to hear whisks whisking, sugar grains being poured, and crushed Oreo cookies getting pressed down into an even crust.

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Curious animated beings explore FACT Liverpool

In this animated short by Laurie Rowan, curious beings explore FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology), a cinema, art gallery, and community space in Liverpool, England. The piece is a result of the collaborative support of It’s Nice That and Canvas, an organization created to connect more young people…

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Facial Recognition (1978) by Al Jarnow

Filmmaker Al Jarnow created time-lapse, stop-motion, and cell animation short films for PBS’s 3-2-1 Contact and Sesame Street in the 1970s and the 1990s. Filmed from above in 1978, the stop-motion short Facial Recognition demonstrates image resolution as kids build images of a familiar face with more and more dots….

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Facial Recognition (1978) by Al Jarnow

Filmmaker Al Jarnow created time-lapse, stop-motion, and cell animation short films for PBS’s 3-2-1 Contact and Sesame Street in the 1970s and the 1990s. Filmed from above in 1978, the stop-motion short Facial Recognition demonstrates image resolution as kids build images of a familiar face with more and more dots….

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The Messel Pit’s remarkable fossils

A time capsule of life around 48 million years ago, the Messil Pit is a treasure trove of well-preserved Eocene-era fossils, including fish, turtles, coprolites (fossilized poop), a diverse range of mammal skeletons that include fur and skin imprints, and beetles with their structural colors still embedded in the rock….

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The Sound of Millions of Monarch Butterflies

Fluttering like wind through the leaves of a tree, the ‘furry’ bark of the oyamel trees comes alive. One by one, and then in a kaleidoscope of flight, the monarch butterflies drop away from the trees to drink nectar and mate. Conservation educator and naturalist Phil Torres returned to the…

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How to Save Our Planet

How can we live in balance with Earth’s natural systems to reduce the effects of climate change and work towards sustainable practices all over the globe? Consider this message from Sir David Attenborough: The plan for our planet is remarkably simple: Reduce our impact by making sure that everything we…

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Animals of the Galápagos archipelago in 360° 5K

Experience the Galápagos archipelago surrounded by its famous animal inhabitants, including the Galápagos land iguana, blue footed boobies, sea lions, and more. This AirPano video takes us to this famous Ecuadorian locale in 360° 5K. In total, the island is inhabited by numerous species of birds (45 of them are…

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The Arctic, a crystallization time-lapse film

Beauty of Science captures the crystallization processes and patterns of different salts up close with time-lapse photography for The Arctic. The film took around seven months to make and is titled for “icy sensation” of Earth’s polar ice cap. The filmmakers note: “We hope this film can remind viewers the…

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A young tufted langur tries to climb a giant fig tree

This young tufted langur‘s size makes it tough for him to scale the giant banyan fig tree where figs are ripe and abundant. This Smithsonian Channel clip from Monkey Island: Trouble in Paradise demonstrates why climbing is an essential skill for little 10-week-old ‘Pip’ to learn, especially at the end…

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