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These Baby Toads Burst Out Of Their Mom’s Back

Reproduction in the Surinam toad is your classic love story. Two toads meet. They fall in love. And next thin you know dozens of little toadlets come bursting out from under their mother’s skin. I’m Anna Rothschild, and this is Gross Science. The common Surinam toad, also called Pipa pipa, is an aquatic amphibian that …

Facts: The Saltwater Crocodile

Facts: The Saltwater Crocodile

The saltwater crocodile is the largest living reptile in the world. Males typically grow to about 17 ft (5 m) long, with females growing slightly smaller. These crocodiles were hunted extensively for their meat, skin, and eggs until the 1970s, driving their populations to near extinction. However, due to conservation measures, their numbers have greatly …

Meet the Duck – Webbed Feet and Cute Babies

Meet the Duck – Webbed Feet and Cute Babies

Hi, my name is Steve. I take care of birds for a living. I’m out here feeding the ducks and geese. We’re going to be learning about the interesting adaptations that make both of them so well-suited for their aquatic environment. They can swim, they can fly, they can walk. They can basically do it …

All About Crocodiles for Kids: Crocodiles of the World for Children – FreeSchool

All About Crocodiles for Kids: Crocodiles of the World for Children – FreeSchool

You’re watching FreeSchool! Let’s learn about crocodiles. Crocodiles are a family of large, aquatic reptiles. They live in tropical regions all around the world, in Africa, Asia, Australia, and the Americas. There are 14 different species of crocodiles – not to be confused with other types of crocodilian, like alligators and gharials. The smallest species …

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 …

Could You Engineer Yourself To Live Underwater?

Could You Engineer Yourself To Live Underwater?

Hey there and welcome to Life Noggin. Why can’t humans live underwater? With everyone focusing on colonizing other worlds, maybe we could colonize other parts of the one we already have! Could we engineer ourselves to live in the ocean? Let’s find out… and hopefully avoid anything hiding deep in the ocean. So why can’t …

Amphibians | Educational Video for Kids

Amphibians | Educational Video for Kids

Hello everybody! Today we’re going to look at a truly amazing group of vertebrates… When they’re born they usually live in water… but when they grow up and become adults they spend most of their time on land. We present – the Amphibians! All amphibians have some common characteristics that you should know about so …

Amazing Facts About Whales!

Amazing Facts About Whales!

[MUSIC] Are dolphins your porpoise for living? Think orcas are killer? Maybe you start blubbering when you think of belugas? That’s no fluke. Whales are one of the coolest groups of animals on Earth, with so many specialized features that they might as well be from space. If you’re looking for some of the most …