Alligator Snapping Turtles

The alligator snapping turtle is the largest freshwater turtle species in North America. Kevin Enge and Travis Thomas, biologists with the FWC Fish and Wildlife Research Institute are conducting a study that will determine the turtle’s population status, movements, and home range size in the Suwannee River. A 2-year sonic telemetry study is being funded […]

Prussian Carp In Alberta, Canada: The truth about this invasive fish species.

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 […]

When Electric Eels Attack

From its ability to produce electricity to a number of people who’ve suffered its powerful shock, this is what happens when electric eels attack. Today’s video was requested by Crazy Wright. If you have any other topics you’d like to learn about, subscribe and let us know in the comments section below. Number 5 Kenneth […]

8 Most AMAZING Animals That LIVE After Death!

Hi, its Katrina! Death might seem like the end, but for some living organisms, that is not necessarily the case. From turtles without hearts to frogs without brains, here are the top 10 animals that live after death. 8. Brainless Frog Usually you’d consider an animal dead once its brain or head is removed, but […]

There Was No First Human

[MUSIC] This is me. I’m a human. These are my parents, they’re clearly humans too. My grandfather, human. My great-grandfather and great-great-grandfather? Humans without a doubt. But my grandfather 185 million generations removed? Not a human. He was a fish. [MUSIC] Imagine you could take a picture of every ancestor down the line and put […]

Shark Fin CSI

In 2012, Illinois became the first non-coastal state to ban the distribution, sale, and trade of shark fins like this one. At first glance this may seem odd considering there’s no ocean anywhere in sight, but not when you acknowledge that many inland states contribute to the decline of shark populations by importing shark fins […]

Requiem Sharks in Burma – Reef Life of the Andaman – Part 4

Fossil Sharks

– The fossil sharks are hiding today. – But look! A fossil shark clue! – This is the tooth of the Carcharocles megalodon, or better known as the Megalodon shark. These unfathomably large predatory giants swam in our oceans from about 52 million to 2 million years ago. Based off of the large size of […]