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VivoPlex – Future Worlds Discover

VivoPlex – Future Worlds Discover

Every one of us in the world started off growing inside our mother’s womb, from a tiny little embryo… …to a full-term baby until delivery So it goes without saying that the womb is an important environment for the embryo to grow in But it may surprise you if I told you that there’s currently …

Conserving the Nature of America in a Changing Climate

Conserving the Nature of America in a Changing Climate

Nature astounds and inspires us with its diversity of oceans and wetlands, forests and grasslands. These special places play a vital role in the production of the planet’s oxygen, drinking water, and rainfall. They also produce a rich abundance of fish, wildlife, and plant species, and sustain our lives and nurture our spirits. Our nation’s …

Mouth-Peeing and 5 Other Extreme Turtle Traits

Mouth-Peeing and 5 Other Extreme Turtle Traits

Thanks to KiwiCo for supporting this episode of SciShow! [♪ INTRO ] Everyone knows that the reptiles in the order Testudines, the lineage collectively known as turtles, are totally tubular. Those that don’t put on colorful masks and fight crime play important roles in the ecosystems they call home. But although they all share a …

The World’s BIGGEST HOLES — BOAT #5

The World’s BIGGEST HOLES — BOAT #5

In 2007 a sinkhole formed in Guatemala deep enough to hold two Statue’s of Liberty. And the Kimberly Diamond Mine took more than 40 years to make, and is the deepest hole ever dug by hand. But, are these the biggest and best holes of all time? To find out more, all aboard the BOAT. …

Faces of EPA: Jana Compton

Faces of EPA: Jana Compton

(music rises) Jana Compton: When I was a kid I really loved to be outside and play in the creek in my backyard. My favorite thing to do was go with my friends and catch crawdads and catch salamander and bring them in my house to keep them as pets. I knew I loved nature …