The Natural World
How do Weaver Bird's Build a Nest?
Weaver birds are incredible creators capable of building complex nests using just their beaks and feet. Sit back and be amazed at these incredible hard workers.
Getting Around the Swiss Alps with Cable Cars
If you wanna explore the beautiful mountains of the Swiss Alps then there's really only one viable option, cable cars. Take a look at how everyday people use cable cars just to get home in Switzerland.
Swimming with Killer Whales in New Zealand
Watch as this swimmer enjoying a swim along the New Zealand coast is met by a pod of killer whales wondering what this strange creature is.
Giant Spool of Wire Rolling Down the Highway
Nothing to see here folks, just a giant spool of wire rolling down the highway in Houston Texas. Just keep on rollin'.
Kid "Attacked" by a Deranged Goose
This goose seemed to be enjoying itself "attacking" this kid who was pinned to the ground by this avian foe.
The Future of Clean Water
Despite the earth being over 70% covered in water the availability of clean water is becoming a growing problem. So what exactly is happening with the planet's supply of clean water?
The Slowest Horse Race in the World
In Japan things are done differently even horse racing. Known as Ban'ei the sport requires massive horses to pull 1 ton sleds around a track.
New York's Last Chess Shop
Meet Imad Khachan, an immigrant who came to America to study but ended up creating the Chess Forum, the last chess shop in New York.
Snorkeling with a Juvenile Sperm Whale
Have you ever wanted to get up close with some of the world's largest creatures? Well imagine going snorkeling with this juvenile sperm whale named Scar.
Finding Exotic Fruits in Colombia
Colombia is one of the few places in the world where such rare and unique fruits can be found. Let's explore the market place known for it's collection of exotic fruits like the sweet zapote and aphrodisiac mangostino.
Can a Tree Own Itself?
When we think of ownership we think of people owning something else but is it possible for a tree to own itself? Take a look at the fascinating story of the second tree to own itself.
Elephant Seal's are as Big as They Sound
Elephant Seal are just plain big. You really don't want to mess with them. Let's take a look at these massive creatures and see what happens when they decide to attack your car.
Inside the Undersea Caves of the Dominican Republic
Deep beneath the Dominican Republic are a network of undersea caves that few human's have ever seen. Take a look at what's hidden beneath the waves and your feet.
Whale Uses a Boat to Scratch an Itch
When you're a whale and have an itch you need help to reach those hard to reach spots, so why not use a boat. Watch as this whale breaches and scrapes off barnacles from it's under side against a boat.
How do You Dry a Polar Bear?
Polar bears are known for loving the water, really cold water. But as a land dweller how do they dry themselves off when they get out of the frigid waters and back onto dry land?