The 5 Animals Most Likely To Kill You Statistics from CDC’s Wonder database prove that the animals that scare you the most aren’t necessarily the ones that will kill you. Read more here: Chart: The animals that are most likely to kill you this summer By: ThinkTank.
Can wildlife adapt to climate change? With rising temperatures and seas, massive droughts, and changing landscapes, successfully adapting to climate change is increasingly important. For humans, this can mean using technology to find solutions. But for some plants and animals, adapting to these changes involves the most ancient solution of all: evolution. Erin Eastwood explains how animals are adapting to climate change. View full lesson: http:
Transformation: Dinosaurs to Birds How did feathered dinosaurs finally take to the air? When did they become birds? This dramatic transition didn’t happen all at once, as the new exhibition Dinosaurs Among Us demonstrates. The evolution of feathers and flight-ready brains was just the beginning. And those awkward in-between stages include some of the most fascinating animals that ever lived: bushy, feathered tyrannosaurs; birds with lizard-li
Nothing Is What It Seems - Zoo La La You’ll need to do a double take on these animals, as Maddie reveals why even creatures at opposite ends of the earth might look incredibly similar. By: Earth Unplugged.
Pristine reef in 4K Filming in 4K, cameraman Stewart Whitfield takes us on a wall dive at Sogod Bay in southern Philippines. The beauty of this dive lies in the incredible quality of the reef and the extraordinary details and colours this camera can capture. Look out for damselfish, masked porcupine pufferfish, a magnificently camouflaged spiny devilfish and even some soft corals filmed in high speed. By: Earth Touch.