Hybrid Animals Are Becoming More Common. But Why?
Experts believe we are entering a new era of hybrid animals. But what is the benefit of animals mating across species lines? What pushes animals to do so?
Actually, Why DO We Have Allergies?
Evolution usually explains why the human body works and behaves the way it does. So why didn't evolution eliminate allergies?
The Epidemic That Never Happened and Its Consequences
Why did FDA impose a ban on blood donations from anyone who has spent time in the UK during the 1990s, and what are the consequences of this today?
Hammerhead Sharks - Eevolution's Strangest Turn
Around 20 million years ago evolution introduced hammerhead sharks. Why did evolution make such a surprising turn and what makes these sharks so uniqe?
This Species Could Save the Entire Amazon Ecosystem
Is it possible for a fish to breastfeed? Learn about the arapaima, the fish species which has been puzzling scientists for years...
Not all Viruses Are Bad, Some Are Actually Necessary
Some viruses are beneficial to humans. In fact, they are an inseparable part of human anatomy and have even shaped the evolution of humanity!
Can Science Achieve a Universal Blood Type?
We know our blood types to be an inherent unchangeable genetic feature, but there might be a way to create a universal blood type. Watch to find out more.
What Species Is the Oldest on Earth? You’ll Be Surprised
You'd be surprised to find out how far back some species go, including humans...
24 Unbelievable Abilities Your Body Has
The human body is a complex and endlessly fascinating machine, and it might be even more sophisticated than you know...
Do You Like the Smell of Rain? This Is Why
One of the best things about rain and thunderstorms is that clean fresh smell afterward. But what actually causes that distinct scent?
The Real Reasons For the Extinction of Dodo Birds
Were dodo birds really hunted to extinction? this video, which offers some fresh insights into the reason for the species’ demise.
Vaccinations SHOULD Trigger Side Effects, Here’s Why
Once you watch this video and understand why vaccine side effects happen, you may even be happy to get that headache.
Is It Possible For Humans To Ever Be As Fast As Cheetahs?
The average cheetah can run at a speed of 80 – 130 km/h (50-80 mph)! Why are humans so slow in comparison?
What Would Happen To Your Body If You Stopped Showering?
Ever wondered what would happen if you stopped showering for a long period of time, for example, a month? This video has the answer.
Important: How Do Viruses Transfer From Animals to People?
How do viruses move from animal bodies, so different to our own, into the human body? This video will explain it all perfectly.
This is One of the Most Fascinating Natural Phenomenon
Get ready to meet a whole lot of grunion fish, who are most famous for their spectacular land mating ritual.
You Won't Believe How Long These Animals Can Live For!
What do you think the longest-living life-form on Earth is? This video has all the answers!
Scottish Highlands Wildcats Are SUCH Fascinating Animals!
The Scottish wildcat is the rarest cat in the world and a symbol of the Scottish Highlands. Learn all about these ferocious hunters in this video.
Human Development is Fascinating - 6 Rare Twin Types
There are more types of twins than just identical and fraternal, which suggests that we have a lot more to learn about human development...
Immortal Animals: The Creatures That Can Live Forever
Plenty of creatures on planet Earth can live almost forever. Let's meet a few of them...
Have You Heard of These Unusual Types of Lions?
Lions a re a much more diverse species than most people know. Here are the 8 most unique and rare lion types.
A Few Facts You Probably Don’t Know On Salmon
Salmon - the different varieties, health benefits and more interesting facts you probably didn’t know about this popular fish
Reviving Mammoths? Yes, It's Possible.
Scientists are currently working on a plan to revive the extinct mammoth. Yes, you hear right. But how is possible and would it impact our world?
Studying Dolphins May Be Key to Advancing Medicine
Scientists have noticed a strange behavior in red sea dolphins, and they believe this is a form of self-medication. Learn why this discovery is so important.
What a Vaccine’s “Efficacy Rate” Actually Means
Does having higher efficacy rates make a vaccine better? According to health experts these numbers are actually the wrong way to compare vaccines.