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Thumbnail of BEE ATTACK - (Caveman vs Wild BEE Hive) - with Andrew Ucles

BEE ATTACK - (Caveman vs Wild BEE Hive) - with Andrew Ucles

Published 16 hours ago in Nature. Submitted by thejackel

how a caveman would get honey, VERY BAD IDEA!!!

Thumbnail of This Bee Gets Punched by Flowers For Your Ice Cream | Deep Look

This Bee Gets Punched by Flowers For Your Ice Cream | Deep Look

Published 2 days ago in Nature. Submitted by sux2bu

Alfalfa leafcutting bees are way better at pollinating alfalfa flowers than honeybees. They don’t mind getting thwacked in the face by the spring-loaded blooms. And that's good, because hungry cows depend on their hard work to make milk.

Thumbnail of Tiny Penguin Makes a Deadly Dash From Giant Leopard Seal

Tiny Penguin Makes a Deadly Dash From Giant Leopard Seal

Published 15 days ago in Nature. Submitted by sux2bu

Fantastic video work in this clip.

Thumbnail of Untangling the Devil's Corkscrew

Untangling the Devil's Corkscrew

Published 21 days ago in Nature. Submitted by sux2bu

In the late 1800s, paleontologists in Nebraska found huge coils of hardened sand stuck deep in the earth. Local ranchers called them Devil's Corkscrews and scientists called them Daemonelix. It was clear these corkscrews were created by some form of life, but what?

Thumbnail of Whale Fall Actively Devoured by Scavengers at Davidson Seamount | Nautilus Live

Whale Fall Actively Devoured by Scavengers at Davidson Seamount | Nautilus Live

Published 23 days ago in Nature. Submitted by sux2bu

During the final dive of this year’s Nautilus expedition season, our team discovered a whale fall while exploring Davidson Seamount off central California’s coast with researchers from Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary. The skeletal remains of the whale lying on its back are estimated to be 4-5 meters long. The team is working to identify the species, but it is confirmed to be a baleen whale as indicated by baleen remaining along the whale’s jawbones.

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