Brain-Eating Fly turns Victims into Zombies
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Brain-Eating Fly turns Victims into Zombies

The world of tiny animals is a fascinating one. Here you can find a diversity that simply wouldnt be possible on any higher level. A seemingly endless supply of resources – a multitude of all kinds of micro ecosystems and the amplified randomness of mother nature allow for life to develop in ways one can […]

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Bored Pilots Fly 150 Miles Off Course
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Bored Pilots Fly 150 Miles Off Course

NARRATOR: In 2009, Northwest Flight 188 from San Diego to Minneapolis, carrying 147 passengers, doesn’t respond to calls from Air Traffic Control, and is reported as NORDO. NORDO is a term that’s used in the Air Traffic Control business to indicate that a pilot is not talking to anybody in the Air Traffic Control system, […]

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How to Photograph Flying Birds
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How to Photograph Flying Birds

We’re at rocky neck State Park on a very cold morning to talk about how to photograph flying birds Chelsea tell them about shutter speed the first thing you want to think about is your shutter speed you can start at about 1 Mm, and I like to either have my settings on shutter priority […]

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SpaceX Makes History | MARS
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SpaceX Makes History | MARS

T minus 20 seconds. Stage two tanks pressing for flight. Flight computer has control of the vehicle. Do we see anything on the sensors that’s a problem? – Anything right now? – Nothing. Well, I’ll say go for launch. T minus 10. 9. 8. 7. 6. 5. 4. 3. 2. 1. [cheering] It’s going, baby. […]

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How the Flying Squirrel Soars
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How the Flying Squirrel Soars

A nocturnal member of the squirrel family searches for fungi, its favorite food. But fungi are spread in random patches throughout the forest and the squirrel has to cover large distances to find them. So this squirrel has evolved a special talent – it flies! The northern flying squirrel is just six inches long and […]

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How Spiders Use Electricity to Fly | Decoder
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How Spiders Use Electricity to Fly | Decoder

When you think of flying animals, what do you think of? Birds, butterflies, or bees might first come to mind, but what about spiders? Even though they don’t have wings, it turns out that spiders are actually some of nature’s best aviators. So, how do spiders take to the skies? Lightning storms are one of […]

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Borneo’s Flying Reptiles | Wild Borneo
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Borneo’s Flying Reptiles | Wild Borneo

NARRATOR: Life in Borneo’s forest canopy often defies expectations. Many animals live and die here without ever touching the ground, and danger comes from any direction. With the snake on his trail, the lizard keeps moving. But the end of the branch is not the end of the line. By fanning out the skin attached […]

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