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The World’s Only Albino Orangutan SOLVES PUZZLES!! | Orangutan Jungle School | Love Nature

The World’s Only Albino Orangutan SOLVES PUZZLES!! | Orangutan Jungle School | Love Nature

By Micah Moen 88 Comments March 31, 2020

[Cheerful music playing] [Orangutan biting sound] [Orangutan squealing sound] [Light, fun music playing] [Orangutans whining]

Curiosity Rover Found Potential Signs Of Life On Mars!

Curiosity Rover Found Potential Signs Of Life On Mars!

By Micah Moen 32 Comments March 26, 2020

One of the most important goals of space exploration is the search for life outside the Earth. Could we have succeeded with Curiosity finding traces of organic matter on Mars? Join us today as we talk about this in more detail! It wouldn’t take a genius to know that Mars has been a popular pick […]

A Wildlife Conservation SUCCESS: The Miraculous Return of Canada’s Sea Otters

A Wildlife Conservation SUCCESS: The Miraculous Return of Canada’s Sea Otters

By Micah Moen 16 Comments March 16, 2020

The magnificent coastal waters of British Columbia are home to an abundance of incredible marine wildlife including humpback whales, steller sea lions, orcas, porpoises, and harbour seals. The BC coast is also home to one of the most iconic, recognizable and lovable aquatic mammals: the sea otter. With its long whiskers and grizzled facial fur, […]

Nature/Wildlife Documentary Narrator – Saving Wetlands

Nature/Wildlife Documentary Narrator – Saving Wetlands

By Micah Moen 0 Comment March 14, 2020

Our greatest national treasures are those that we often overlook until it is too late. But from the American Wetland Coastals and around the world it is not too late if we embrace this window of opportunity. Wetlands and a river’s eco system are known as REPARIAN CORRIDORS and are nature’s built in flood control. […]

EXPOSED Wildlife Conservancy | Announcing the Launch of our NEW Wildlife Conservation Organization!

EXPOSED Wildlife Conservancy | Announcing the Launch of our NEW Wildlife Conservation Organization!

By Micah Moen 14 Comments March 10, 2020

Four years ago, we started the Exposed with John E. Marriott web series to sound the alarm on wildlife conservation issues near and dear to us. One million views later, we’re incredibly proud to announce we’re taking EXPOSED to the NiXT level with the launch of the EXPOSED Wildlife Conservancy, a registered nonprofit dedicated entirely […]

Why Don’t More Animals Eat Wood?

Why Don’t More Animals Eat Wood?

By Micah Moen 48 Comments March 9, 2020

Hi, this is Julián from MinuteEarth. Make sure you stick around to the very end of the video to see a fun new thing we’re trying! On average, wood contains around 10 times more calories per kilogram than fruit or leaves. Yet while animals across the animal kingdom eat almost every part of trees: leaves, […]

Florida Ecological Forecasting – NASA DEVELOP Spring 2013 @ Goddard Space Flight Center

Florida Ecological Forecasting – NASA DEVELOP Spring 2013 @ Goddard Space Flight Center

By Micah Moen 0 Comment February 12, 2020

>>Brock Blevins: Mangroves are salt water tolerant trees and shrubs that line many tropical and subtropical coastlines around the globe. Mangroves play an important role for coastal communities including providing breeding grounds for marine species and stabilizing shorelines from erosion through their extensive root systems. And it is these root systems that allow mangrove ecosystems […]

#climatechangematters (EN SUB)

#climatechangematters (EN SUB)

By Micah Moen 7 Comments February 7, 2020

Hi, my name is Natalia. And I am Dewii. Before I show you the well-known picture of a melting glacier, let’s talk about why this is even happening. The last years have been considered the warmest years in human history, and for years climatologists have pointed out that the climate is changing at a rapid […]

Inside NATURE: Behind the Scenes of “Living Volcanoes”

Inside NATURE: Behind the Scenes of “Living Volcanoes”

By Micah Moen 15 Comments February 4, 2020

We are flying up to Marum the volcano in the center of Ambrym Island in Vanuatu. This volcano is incredibly unique cause it’s the very few places on earth that you can stand next to a giant lava lake to try and figure out the limits of life on earth. Alex: So, welcome to the […]

Capitalism is the Planet’s Cancer: Operate Before it’s too Late | George Monbiot

Capitalism is the Planet’s Cancer: Operate Before it’s too Late | George Monbiot

By Micah Moen 100 Comments February 2, 2020

Every human being grows we grow through childhood, then when we hit adulthood we reach a plateau. Our body has a regulating system which stops growth beyond a certain point. Occasionally that system breaks down and a cell begins to multiply, and to grow without regulation and we call that cancer. Cancer is basically infinite […]