Category Archives: Nature

Mysterious river dolphin helps crack the code of marine mammal communication – ScienceBlog.com

The Araguaian river dolphin of Brazil is something of a mystery. It was thought to be quite solitary, with little social structure that would require communication. But Laura May Collado, a biologist at the University of Vermont, and her colleagues have … Continue reading

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Pando, One of the Oldest and Largest Organisms | SciTech Now

For full episodes, check out http://www.scitechnow.org/ Pando, a large grove of aspen trees sharing a single root system, is one of the largest living organisms in the world. We take a look at how researchers are teaming up with students … Continue reading

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Electrical experiments with plants that count and communicate

Neuroscientist Greg Gage takes sophisticated equipment used to study the brain out of graduate-level labs and brings them to middle- and high-school classrooms (and, sometimes, to the TED stage.) Prepare to be amazed as he hooks up the Mimosa pudica, … Continue reading

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Seattle Man Has Been Feeding A Crow Family For Years, Has His “Mind Blown” After They Bring Him Presents

Stuart Dahlquist, 56, has been a bird enthusiast for most of his life, but a family of crows has still found a way to surprise him. Recently, the Seattle man received a gift from the fellas he’s been feeding for a … Continue reading

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► WILD RIO (Full Documentary)

Few people know that Rio is one of the greenest metropolises in the world. We follow the story of the carnival and see how the diversity of wildlife, inspires the eight million people of Rio.

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Rescued baby crows return each spring to say “Hello”

This is the story of four rescued baby crows that were raised by a loving family. They learned to say “hello” and how to become independent. Eventually they were accepted by a family of wild crows. Even though they fly … Continue reading

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Allow things to unfold and you will find your Purpose in Life. | Peggy Oki | TEDxQueenstown

With an appreciation of flow and motion Peggy’s life has been always been driven by passion. From surfing and skateboarding to the intimate appreciation what she calls the ‘Cetacean Nation’. Discovering the transformative force of participation artwork through her Origami … Continue reading

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Human Activity Is Eroding Chimpanzee Behaviors and Cultures, New Study Finds – ScienceBlog.com

Human activity is not only causing chimpanzee populations and habitats to decline, it is also quickly killing what scientists call their “behavioral and cultural diversity” — such as their use of tools, communication techniques, hunting, and bathing, according to a new study published … Continue reading

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Men rescue ‘dog’ from ice, find wolf

Kind-hearted Estonian workers rushed to rescue a dog in distress from a freezing river on Wednesday – unaware of the fact they were actually about to bundle a wild wolf into their car. The men were working on the Sindi … Continue reading

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This Oak Tree Has Lead Hundreds to Their Soul Mates

Great Big Story Published on 14 Feb 2019 Online dating can be a real drag—but don’t despair, fatigued single! In a forest in northern Germany, you’ll find an intriguing IRL alternative to endless swiping. It all started back in 1890, … Continue reading

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