A compilation of some incredible nature shots. Our planet is such a beautiful place, take some time and go exploring to see for yourself.
Video originally posted by: Michael Shainblum
Stanford researcher Paul Ehrlich says evidence shows beyond any significant doubt that our planet has entered into a sixth mass extinction. Find out what classifies a mass extinction and how it could affect all of Earth’s inhabitants.
Video originally posted by: Stanford
This octopus gets his creative juices flowing and demonstrates just how easy finding shelter can be – if you have a coconut on hand.
Video originally posted by: Poussin Diver
The art of finding earthworms, otherwise known as “worm grunting,” takes some patience and know-how but once mastered the results can be profitable.
Video originally posted by: Dave Heller
Even if they do look like they’re ready to interrogate someone, we still think these blinking owls are fun to watch!
Video originally posted by: AShine
We know that plants are living things, but can they actually feel pain like we do? Scientific experimentation shows the how and why behind a plant’s ability to respond to pain.
Video originally posted by: Smithsonian Channel
Technology advancements have allowed scientists to explore ocean depths that have previously never been seen by human eyes. In this video scientists explore deep sea creatures off the coast of Puerto Rico. They are able to stream live footage online and have real-time conversations with experts all over the world, allowing them access to a plethora of expertise right in the moment.
Video originally posted by: Quartz