Biodiversity Videos

Biodiversity How Ants Make Our Cities Healthier There are incredible miniature civilizations booming within our concrete jungles, making our cities healthier: ants! Biodiversity Why Bumble Bees Are the Fuzzy Heroes We Need Bumble bees—vital and fuzzy pollinators—face unique threats amidst global insect declines. Biodiversity The Curious Case of the Disappearing Butterflies Why are monarch butterflies disappearing? They're part of a decades-long vanishing act that has scientists worried. Biodiversity For Your Consideration: The Incredible... Roach! You need roaches in your life. Not the pests you might recognize scurrying by, but some of their amazing, underrated cousins. Biodiversity Ladybugs Have a Killer Secret Beneath ladybugs' charming spots and vibrant colors lie killer instincts that can help support sustainable farming. Biodiversity What Makes Dragonflies So Extraordinary Before bats, before birds, before pterosaurs, a dragonfly-like insect was probably the first thing to fly on Earth. Biodiversity Decoding the Language of Fireflies Did you know that each species of firefly has their own unique light language? Watch to find out more! Biodiversity Special Preview: Insectarium on PBS Terra Museum Curator Jessica Ware hosts a series about the wonders of insects you think you know. Biodiversity Molecular Adaptation in Vampire Bats Follow scientists from the jungles of Brazil to a lab in the US, as they decode the evolutionary history of a famed mammal. Biodiversity When Carnivores Took to the Water A Museum scientist finds clues to the evolution of carnivores - and when they first took to water - by studying their inner e... Biodiversity Sharks: The Present See marine biologist catch, tag, and genetically sample sharks - all part of an effort to help declining species rebound. Biodiversity Sharks: The Past Watch scientists use CT scanning to compare living and fossil sharks - an evolutionary period spanning 450 million years.
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