Could Your Pet or Farm Animals Give You the Flu?
Some viruses are especially dangerous, since they can learn to spread from animals to humans. How?
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?
Science Lesson: Common Myths About Evolution Dispelled
This video is going to dispel the many misconceptions about the theory of evolution.
This Fascinating Video Explores the Origins of Mankind...
This video will explain exactly what our prehistoric ancestors used to get up to. Fascinating!
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?
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?
Fascinating - the Evolution of the Alphabet
Have you wondered how the letters we now identify with English came to be? Where did they come from?
Why Are Most People Right-Handed?
Most people are right-handed, and scientists know that it's a trait humans have had for millennia... but have you ever wondered why?
The Evolution of Wedding Cakes Over the Past Century
Like anything else, the aesthetic of weddings is subject to fashion and change. And what better way to showcase this fashion than through wedding cakes?
Crying Is the Most Human Thing You Can Do, Here’s Why
Did you know that humans are the only animal in the world that produces tears due to emotion? Here are some fascinating facts about tears and crying.
The Wild Origins Story of Carnivorous Plants
Carnivorous plants are the creepiest and most fascinating inventions of mother nature. Get a glimpse at the origins story of the villains of the flower world.
10 Ancient Animals That Have Survived for Centuries!
Take a look at some of the most ancient creatures that are still alive on earth.
How Come Humans are The Only Species To Have Language?
Language allows us to express an unlimited number of things, and humans are the only species capable of it. How did all came to be?
100 Years of Toys: Do You Remember These Toys of the Past?
Did you play with any of these toys as a child? Learn about the curious evolution of toys during the past century in this incredibly-entertaining video.
Here Is Why Evolution Might Help Us Beat Coronavirus
This video sheds light on how lessons from human evolution will be the key to survive and beat the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The Story of The Humans Who Lived Before Homo Sapiens
Here we take a look at the fascinating yet little-known story of Homo habilis - the humans that used to live before us.
Know The Truth Of The Origins Of New Viruses
Learn the origins of new viruses and how they evolve and infect new hosts.
100 Years of Dance: a Visual of How Dance Culture Evolved
Decide which is your favorite 20th-century dance genre by watching these dancers reproduce the most popular styles of the past century
See the History of Paris Unfold Before You in Gorgeous 3D
Paris wasn't always the City of Lights. It started off as a quaint trading post. Watch its amazing evolution here.
How and Why Did Dolphins and Whales Return to the Ocean?
Like all mammals, whales were once a terrestrial animal with four legs. How and why did they become marine animals?
Why Do Dogs Have Floppy Ears When Wolves and Foxes Don’t?
Ever wondered why dogs are the only canines that have floppy ears? The answer is fascinating.
A Century of Dinners: It’s Not Only Fashion that Changes
This video illustrates how common American family dinners have changed over the past century
Why Your Genetic Code Has Traces of Ancient Viruses
Scientists find traces of ancient viruses in our DNA all the time. This can uncover the mysterious origins of viruses and help find a cure....
Dinosaurs Are Still Alive and They’re Everywhere
We are all told the last of the dinosaurs died out 66 million years ago after a major asteroid impact, but the truth is more complicated.
What Languages Can Teach Us About Our Ancient Ancestors
Why do related languages grow apart, and how can we retrace their history?