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The First Wild ‘Virgin Births’ Hank shares news...

The First Wild ‘Virgin Births’

Hank shares news about two unusual animals in crisis: the saiga, which have lost about half of their total population in the past month, and the smalltooth sawfish which has been found to reproduce in the wild, without sex.

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Beaching

Summer holidays are here and university friends decided to have an outing. Every holiday we will try to organize one. And this time everyone voted for Sentosa! 253 more words

Biological Sciences

SciShow Quiz Show: Weird Water Creatures & Spontaneous...

SciShow Quiz Show: Weird Water Creatures & Spontaneous Combustion!

SciShow Quiz Show is back, with familiar faces Hank Green and Caitlin Hofmeister battling it out over questions on water, fire, and computer science!

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Gross food stuff

Food is pretty gross

I mean it gets all mushy

And then travels through

Haiku

How a Caterpillar Becomes a Butterfly You’ve seen caterpillars,...

How a Caterpillar Becomes a Butterfly

You’ve seen caterpillars, and you’ve seen butterflies. But do you know how a caterpillar becomes a butterfly? Jessi explains the wonder of metamorphosis!

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Carrie Bengston Interviews Amanda Hickie

Special thanks to Amanda Hickie for answering 5 questions about her recently featured book – An Ordinary Epidemic

** An Ordinary Epidemic is being offered for July Book Giveaway. 1,526 more words

Interviews

‪Do Social Insects Share Brain Power?‬ The society you live in...

‪Do Social Insects Share Brain Power?‬

The society you live in can shape the complexity of your brain. For vertebrate animals like humans, and even birds and fish, there is a lot of support for the idea that our complex brains developed along with complex societies.

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