Ask the Aquarium — “How can I get a job at an aquarium or zoo?”

The first thing to do when you’re hoping to work at a zoo or aquarium is to figure out what you want to do, what you’re passionate about. Just because working with animals isn’t your thing doesn’t mean that you can’t be part of a zoo or aquarium and part of the special job that […]

Ask the Aquarium — “What do you feed the sharks?”

We try to give our sharks a good variety of food so that they have choices in what they eat. This is our Sand Tiger food. This is a Blue Runner. And then this is a Bluefish. And then, for the Sandbars, this is a Little Tunny. And then this is a Pacific Mackerel. The […]

Shark Weapons

Here’s a question for you: if we have no written record to where a species may have been found over time, what sort of evidence can we look for in order to determine where it may have once lived? I bet “weaponry” wasn’t the first thing that came to mind, but, sure enough, that’s exactly […]

Strip Spawning Southern Appalachian Brook Trout

We are spawning the Southern Appalachian Brook Trout at the Tennessee Aquarium Conservation Institute. These brood stock were collected from Left Prong Hampton Creek, which is in the Cherokee National Forest in Northeastern Tennessee. It’s a fairly involved process. The first thing that we do is catch the fish and put them in a solution […]

Antibiotics, Antivirals, and Vaccines

Captions are on! Click CC at bottom right to turn off. Antibiotics. Antivirals. Vaccines. Have you ever wondered what they do or how they work? One thing to understand is that they can greatly help the work of your immune system. Your immune system is fascinating. We’re being very general here because this is not […]

Animated Shark Facts – Sleeper Sharks

Sharks. They are one of the most mysterious kinds of animals. Hardly any other creatures in our oceans are as fascinating to us as as they are. However, despite sharks being one of the most diverse animals on the planet, with more than 400 different species, only a handful of them seem to be appreciated, […]

Sleek Sixgill Shark Spotted…Again! | Nautilus Live

Yeah, you can note that he has that scar on the right side You can get the lasers on him Yeah! Oh yeah Now we can get some scale Pretty cool He’s just doing a little dance! Yeah, he’s giving us a little show That’s great Great shot The Argus view is really cool, to […]

How sharks affect us all | Ocean Ramsey | TEDxKlagenfurt

Translator: Federica Rubattu Reviewer: Younes Amraoui What if we were to redefine the relationship we have with sharks, to one based on scientific fact, reality, and logic, rather than the current one, based off of limited and biased information? I want to talk about how changing the way we perceive sharks and interact with them […]

ALL of Edexcel IGCSE Biology 9-1 | PAPER 2 | IGCSE Biology Revision | SCIENCE WITH HAZEL

Hi, guys, and welcome to my all-in-one IGCSE Edexcel Biology video (9-1). This much-requested video is finally here. I’m going to take you through, hopefully, every single spec point so that by time you’ve watched it, you can feel really confident about getting that grade 9. Don’t forget my revision guides. I sell these online. […]

Gender bound | Judi Herring | TEDxJacksonville

Translator: Noppakao “Angel” Leelasorn Reviewer: Denise RQ Teaching says that females have two X chromosomes and males have an X and a Y. That is not the whole story. Eden Atwood is a musician, a teacher, a mother and a person with Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome. AIS is one among a variety of differences of sex […]