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See video Japanese Hornets

Thirty giant hornets can destroy a colony of 30,000 honeybees in just 3 hours. The giant hornet is five times the size of the European honeybee, and has a very potent venom.

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See video The Ocean is filling up with Trash

The ocean contains alarmingly high concentrations of plastic. What is the effect on fish and birds?

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See video Life in the Wilderness

A fascinating insight into life in the New Zealand bush, and what it is like to have lived there all your life - no cars, no schools, no TVs or computers, and sometimes without seeing anyone else for months.

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See video Robots inspired by Animals

Robotics researchers are increasingly turning to nature for inspiration. Watch a robotic salamander, a water strider robot, mechanical cockroaches and some cool self-configuring robots.

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See video Mythbusters: Do cockroaches outlive a nuclear blast?

Would cockroaches be the last survivors of a nuclear blast? Mythbuster finds out - exposing cockroaches, fruitflies and flower beetles, to find the ultimate survivor.

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See video Charles Darwin's Tree of Life Animation

A wonderful animation of evolution - the tree of life - narrated by Sir David Attenborough. It shows how microscopic cells (the "seeds of life") evolved to become insects, fish, reptiles, dinosaurs, birds and mammals.

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See video Intelligent crows crack open nuts using traffic

Crows crack open nuts by dropping them in front of cars, then wait for the traffic light to turn green before picking it up.

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See video David Gallo: Underwater astonishments (TEDTalks)

David Gallo showcases the amazing life beneath the oceans of which only 3 percent has been explored. Among the awe-inspiring creatures shown are hypnotic bioluminescent marine life and an octopus that perfectly camouflages itself through pattern, color, brightness and texture.

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See video Komodo dragon: one bite kill

How can the Komodo Dragon kill a buffalo many times its size with a single bite? It is a mystery scientists are still trying to solve.

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See video Joshua Klein: The amazing intelligence of crows (TEDTalks)

Crows are so successful at survival because of their high intelligence and ability to learn from each other. Hacker/writer Joshua Klein explores whether crows could be trained to pick up garbage or other useful tasks.

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