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Discovering the Past Through Dino Poop Please support our videos http://www.patreon.com/scifri
Although the praire outside of Choteau, Montana is best known as the fossil quarry that provided definitive paleontological insights into the parenting habits of dinosaurs, it’s also the perfect place to hunt less famous fossilized ...
Raccoons: Tricky Trash Pandas or Misunderstood Masterminds? Please Support Our Video Productions: http://www.patreon.com/scifri
With their probing paws and destructive behavior, the raccoon has gained a reputation as a garbage bandit, capable of finding a meal in any urban landscape. Yet despite their proximity to our homes and ...
Got Your Cat Tongue? By studying tiger and cat tongues, Alexis Noel of Georgia Institute of Technology has discovered some surprising uses for their infamously raspy licking apparatuses. Noel research has demonstrated that not only do their tongues tenderize meat, but the conical and ...
For the Love of Lichen In his home in rural Montana, photographer and biologist Tim Wheeler (http://timwheelerphotography.com ) has lined the walls of his living room with shelf after shelf of lichen specimens. He has gathered these samples from his journeys and he meticulous curates ...
Beetle Royale *** We're now on Patreon! http://www.patreon.com/scifri - Please Help Support Our Video Productions! ***
As part of Doug Emlen’s biology lab at the University of Montana in Missoula, Jillian del Sol was no stranger to bug battles. Year after year, ...
Turning the Tide on Jellyfish Stings Eight days after the full moon, scientists from the University of Hawaii’s Cnidarian Venom Lab comb Waikiki beach collecting deadly tourists to bring back to their lab. They'll use these box jellyfish specimens to study their venom and help generate ...
Bumblebee Barf? Yaaas Queen! For honey bees, making is a new queens is a simple as adding royal jelly, a unique protein rich secretion, to the cell of a growing larvae. This fairly well studied addition causes a cascade of physiological changes in the ...
The Joy of Cooking Asteroids Please support our video productions: http://www.patreon.com/scifri
The idea of mining Mars, the moon, or an asteroid for its mineral or water resources isn't far-fetched. NASA, the ESA, and several commercial enterprises already have missions in various stages of planning - ...
Dark Skies There’s a price we pay when we illuminate our cities. The light interferes with our sleep cycles and can have real and serious health consequences. There are a few remote places, though, where you can still find true darkness. One ...

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