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White-nosed Syndrome in Bats
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Arctic Tundra Biome
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The Science of Breadmaking
Preserving the Przewalski’s Horse
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Plants Can Make Memories
Experiment: How do plants “see” light?
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Bringing Back the Woolly Mammoth
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Osmosis Experiment: Dissolving Egg Shells With Vinegar
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Snow Leopard: Ghost of the Mountains
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The World's Biggest Fish - The Whale Shark
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Homemade Bag of Ice Cream: Science Experiment
How the Body Adjusts to Altitude
How to make 360-Degree Videos: A Guide to Creating, Shooting, Editing, and Uploading
Vampire Deer: Why Some Deer Have Fangs
Holy Grail Time-lapse Tutorial: Day-to-Night Time-lapses
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Collecting Bugs in Sweden
Collecting Bugs in the Amazon
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Will Cortisone Make Things Worse?
The Endangered Giant Panda
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Mysteries of the Driftless Wins Emmy
The Science of Cider
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Camera Gear for Filming in Remote Locations
Our New Sport Science Youtube Channel
The Curious Parent - Videos on the Science of Parenting
How to: Burning Steel Wool
The Science of the Winter Olympics
5 Unusual Animal Births
Jonas Reports on Avalanche Safety
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Scientists Discover a New Dinosaur! Siats
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White and Albino Squirrel Research Initiative
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America's Most Common Tree Frog
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Devil's Den - Florida Cave Diving
Caves and Caving in Roatan, Honduras
Getting Started in Science and Wildlife Filmmaking
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Niagara Falls: A short journey to an epic waterfall
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Why leaves change color
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How I sank my sailboat and nearly died
There are a LOT of "Bugs" in Your Home
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The Amazing Musculatory System
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