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Across the Smokies: Breaking an Endurance Record

The Appalachian Trail. A 2,143-mile-long path stretching from Springer Mountain, Georgia, to Mt. Katahdin, Maine. 71.4 miles of the Appalachian Trail, locally known as the AT, run through the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Most backpackers take a week to hike this rugged section of the trail, but one Smoky Mountains park ranger, Dave Worth, …


What puts the ‘bomb’ in bombardier beetle? | Natural History Museum

From spikes to camoflage to detachable tails animals protect themselves in a wide range of ways One type of beetle takes it to the next level: it packs a boiling explosive punch There are around 400,000 species of beetle, and one group, the bombardier beetles, have devised one of the most interesting defence strategies in …


Human Origins 101 | National Geographic

– [Narrator] Millions of years before industry, agriculture and civilization the world stage was set for one creature’s unprecedented rise. The story of humanity’s evolution began about seven million years ago when the human lineage broke away from that of chimpanzees. Over time an ensemble cast of over 20 early humans species or hominins came …


How To ACTUALLY Survive a Crocodile Attack

How To ACTUALLY Survive a Crocodile Attack

Odds are that you’ve seen the movie Jaws, and now every time you get into the water you can’t help but feel a bit nervous about what may be lurking unseen around you. You push these fears out of your mind, try to have fun and enjoy the waves, but you can’t help yourself from …


HOW TO SET-UP YOUR CAMPSITE | CONVICT LAKE | Bear Country | Camping and adventures [PINOY STYLE]

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Jelly fish there, right in the water below the dock Tentacles go waaaay the heck out there! Among the wierdest creatures that Cindy and I encoutered this past year what this giant jelly fish we saw at Whidlbey Island Ferry Terminal as we were on our way to Astoria, Oregon And it was really wierd. …


Wild Turkeys – A Conservation Success Story

Tell me if you’ve heard this story before. There’s a housing development going in up the road, but there’s some kind of endangered toad. Environmentalists are suing to protect this species, but does that do anything? Does any species ever recover from being endangered? Today we’re going to talk about a species that was hunted …


Nowt but a fleeting thing: a young farmer’s fight for survival

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