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Welcome to Animal Science TV. I am your host, Chris. My goal with this channel is to teach interesting animal facts, cover animals in the news, and explore the science of the animal world.

We dive deep into the brutish nature of animals, and we cover serious topics.

Please subscribe to join the community. I want to hear your opinions and we can have discussions in our live chats.

You can find Animal Science TV on twitter and facebook too.

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Welcome to Animal Science TV. I am your host, Chris. My goal with this channel is to teach interesting animal facts, cover animals in the news, and explore the science of the animal world.

We dive deep into the brutish nature of animals, and we cover serious topics.

Please subscribe to join the community. I want to hear your opinions and we can have discussions in our live chats.

You can find Animal Science TV on twitter and facebook too.

Support me on Patreon for video requests and to be a guest host if you like.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHJmIluvev_unEsqNZD2KwA
www.patreon.com/AnimalScienceTV
www.animalsciencetv.com
www.facebook.com/AnimalScienceTv
twitter.com/AnimalScienceTV

    Monarch Butterfly Facts | Monarchy Butterfly Migration explained

    Monarch Butterfly Facts | Monarchy Butterfly Migration explained

    The Monarch Butterfly is very cool! Here some Monarch butterfly facts. I think think the coolest fact about Monarch butterflies is their incredible migration. Did you know all of these Monarch butterfly facts?

    Here, the Monarchy Butterfly Migration is explained in great detail, it contains everything you need to no.

    Listen to my English narration, music, and watch the HD video clips. Join in the discussion and let me know what you want to learn next. Please subscribe for more videos about all about animals.

    timestamps:
    0:00 - Monarch Butterfly Introduction
    0:24 - 10: Eggs are only laid on Milkweed
    1:12 - 9: Caterpillars are eating machines
    2:41 - 8: The pupa stage and metamorphosis
    3:45 - 7: The Monarch Butterfly (Finally)
    5:15 - 6: Beautiful Aposematic Colors
    6:31 - 5: An incredible migration
    7:35 - 4: Super Generation Monarchs
    9:04 - Patreons: Thank you!
    9:22 - 3: A Biological Clock and Compass
    10:29 - 2: A return to short life cycles
    11:16 - 1: Why are Monarchs important?
    12:24 - Support Animal Science TV

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    Research Associates: Susie, Julie Acepilot

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    Animal Science TV Intro | Animal Facts, Animal News, Animal Education

    Animal Science TV Intro | Animal Facts, Animal News, Animal Education

    Welcome to Animal Science TV. I am your host, Chris. My goal with this channel is to teach interesting animal facts, cover animals in the news, and explore the science of the animal world.

    We dive deep into the brutish nature of animals, and we cover serious topics. Please subscribe to join the community.

    I want to hear your opinions and we can have discussions in our live chats.

    Animal Science TV is based on YouTube, but you cand find me on twitter and facebook too.

    Support me by using my Amazon (USA) link. I will get a small commission and the price is the same for you:
    https://animalsciencetv.com/best-and-cool-gifts-for-science-lovers/

    Support me on Patreon for video requests and to be a guest host if you like.

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    Special thanks to my current Patreons:
    Lab Assistant: The Borbs
    Research Associate: Susie

    #AnimalScienceTV #AnimalNews #AnimalEducation

    General Credits:
    Videos: Property of Animal Science TV
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    Praying Mantis Facts | 10 Cool facts about Praying Mantises

    Praying Mantis Facts | 10 Cool facts about Praying Mantises

    The praying mantis is one of the coolest animals! My favorite praying mantis fact is how it uses mimicry to look like an orchid. Praying mantises also have 5 eyes! Today we learn 10 cool facts about praying mantises! Did you know any of these Praying Mantis facts?

    Listen to my English narration, music, and watch the HD video clips. Join in the discussion and let me know what you want to learn next. Please subscribe for more videos about science news, 101 science education, and animal facts every week.

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    Special thanks to my current Patreons:
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    Research Associate: Susie

    timestamps:
    0:00 - Praying Mantis introduction
    0:08 - 10: Mimicry masters
    1:06 - 9: Sexual cannibalism
    1:30 - 8: A one year lifespan
    2:21 - 7: "Praying" not "Preying"
    3:15 - 6: Five eyes
    4:21 - 5: A live diet
    4:57 - Patreons: Thank you!
    5:31 - 4: Strong arms
    6:26 - 3: Related to cockroaches
    7:06 - 2: Weak flyers
    7:46 - 1: Zero or one ear
    8:37 - Support Science Talk TV

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    https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Archilochus_colubris_Illinois_(6140522491).jpg

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    Dinosaur extinction 101 | K-pg extinction event

    Dinosaur extinction 101 | K-pg extinction event

    Today, we learn about the extinction of the dinosaurs. How did volcanoes, an asteroid, climate change, and tectonic plates cause these once great creatures to disappear from the face of the earth?

    I also explain how the birds and our mamallian ancestors survive this extinction event, called the Cretaceous-Paleogene extinction (K-Pg for short).

    The dinosaur extincton happened about 66 million years ago and killed 70% of all species.

    Enjoy 3D animations and HD videos while listening to the English narration. Welcome to Dinosaur Extinction 101!

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    timestamps:
    0:00 - Dinosaur extinction introduction
    0:36 - Dinosaurs dominate the Earth
    1:11 - Volcanic global cooling (Deccan Traps)
    3:05 - Chicxulub impact event
    3:50 - A catastrophic impact
    5:07 - Global food shortage
    5:41 - Cretaceous-Paleogene boundary (K-Pg)
    6:37 - Excavation and geology
    7:04 - Plate tectonics and seal levels
    8:21 - Quickly changing marine conditions
    8:53 - The Great Dying
    9:25 - The Theropods
    10:16 - Natural selection (survival of the fittest)
    10:51 - Our mamallian ancestors
    11:43 - The Rise of the mammals
    12:05 - Holocene extinction (ongoing)
    12:24 - Support Science Talk TV

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    • 12 min
    Chameleon Facts | 10 cool facts about chameleons

    Chameleon Facts | 10 cool facts about chameleons

    Chameleons are mostly native to Madagascar, and their tongues whip out at 100kmh! Did you know chameleons don't actually change colors for camouflage?

    Today we learn 10 cool facts about Chameleons!

    Listen to my English narration, music, and watch the HD video clips. Join in the discussion and let me know what you want to learn next. Please subscribe for more videos about science news, 101 science education, and animal facts every Sunday.

    Did you know all of these Chameleon Facts?

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    timestamps:
    0:00 - Chameleon introduction
    0:08 - 10: Weaponized tongues
    0:41 - 9: Independently moving eyes
    2:04 - 8: Prehensile tails
    2:32 - 7: Why do chameleons change colors
    3:52 - 6: Chromatophores (Metachrosis)
    4:41 - 5: No eardrums
    5:25 - 4: Nearly invisible teeth
    6:12 - 3: Zygodactyl feet
    6:45 - 2: Blowing in the wind
    7:11 - 1: Great diversity (Brookesia micra)
    7:48 - Support Science Talk TV

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    https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Blausen_0328_EarAnatomy.png
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Brookesia_micra_on_a_match_head.jpg
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    • 8 min
    Biomimicry 101 | Innovation inspired by nature (10 Biomimicry examples)

    Biomimicry 101 | Innovation inspired by nature (10 Biomimicry examples)

    What is Biomimicry? Biomimicry is when scientists solve problems by copying nature. Today, we learn 10 biomimicry examples.

    How did the kingfisher inspire the Japanese Shinkansen 500 bullet train? What strategies have sharks evolved through natural selection to lower their water-resistance?

    Enjoy 3D animations and HD videos while listening to the English narration. Welcome to Biomimicry 101!

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    timestamps:
    0:00 - Biomimicry introduction
    0:32 - Biomimicry definition
    0:56 - Evolution and natural selection
    1:59 - Biomimicry examples
    2:04 - Shinkansen 500 bullet train (Kingfisher)
    4:11 - Bird-safe glass (Spider webs)
    5:22 - Ship hull coating / swimwear (Shark)
    6:34 - B-2 stealth bomber (Peregrine falcon)
    7:18 - Pain-free needles (Mosquito)
    8:32 - Lighting round! (Namibian beetle, Humpback whale, Burs, Maple seeds, Geckos)
    9:51 - Other biomimicry applications
    10:07 - Social innovations
    10:23 - Sustainability
    10:48 - Future biomimicry applications
    11:01 - Support Science Talk TV

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    1. Samara Drone, University of Queensland
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    2. Peregrine Falcon diving, Lassannn on imgur
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    3. Gecko pad structure, Keller Autumn, AMerican Scientist 2006
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    4. Microview Gecko Tape
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    6. Micro View Syntehtic Setae
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    7. Beetle collecting water
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    8. Onymacris unguicularis
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    9. The Ohio State University- Bhushan, Kumar, Guerra
    https://medicalxpress.com/news/2018-06-mosquitos-painless-microneedles.html


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    • 11 min

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