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Poop Weapons

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Gross Science
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Nothing says “stay away” quite like a fecal shield. Continue


Scientist? Artist. Pirate!

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NOVA
PBS


Joe Davis is a one-of-a-kind individual sailing uncharted waters between art and science. Continue


What is the Black Plague?

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Gross Science
PBS


Plague sounds like a medieval disease, but there are a few cases in the US every year. Continue


Spiders and Erectile Dysfunction

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Gross Science
PBS


Venom from the Brazilian wandering spider can give men a long-lasting, painful erection. Continue


Hidden Secrets of Poop Fossils

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Gross Science
PBS


Fossilized poop, called coprolites, can reveal surprising secrets about the past. Continue


Sharks at Osprey Reef

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Life on the Reef
PBS


View the sharks that live around Osprey Reef in Australia. Continue


Nuclear Meltdown Disaster

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NOVA
PBS


Go inside the Fukushima power plants for the minute-by-minute story of what went wrong. Continue


Softer, More Human Robots

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NOVA
PBS


Engineers are making robots more human by turning them entirely flexible, inside and out. Continue


Coral Spawns

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Life on the Reef
PBS


All at once, billions of coral polyps for hundreds of miles release their egg and sperm into the ocean during the annual coral spawn. As the fireworks begin, the water column fills with what looks like an upside down snowstorm. This mass synchronized event is unlike any known elsewhere in the animal kingdom. Yet as big as it is, there’s also beauty in the detail. Continue


The Great Escape

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Life on the Reef
PBS


Turtles are hatching on Raine Island. Watch as one adorable baby turtle is captured by a ghost crab and fights for its life. Continue


Making North America Sneak Peek

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NOVA
PBS


Host Kirk Johnson explores how the continent was shaped—and how it shaped us. Airing November 4, 11, and 18 at 9 pm on PBS Continue


Arctic Ghost Ship Preview

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NOVA
PBS


An astonishing find could solve the mystery of Sir John Franklin’s lost expedition. Continue


Waging Science on the High Seas

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NOVA
PBS


Doing science in the Arctic is tough. Here's why that's a good thing. Continue


Get a Sneak Peek at GORONGOSA PARK Rebirth of Paradise

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Gorongosa Park
PBS


Flip through photos of GORONGOSA PARK Rebirth of Paradise. Experience the inspiring rebirth of an African wilderness through the eyes of Emmy Award-winning wildlife cameraman Bob Poole. Premieres Tuesday, September 22, 2015 at 8 p.m. ET. Check local listings. Continue


Understanding Climate Science

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It’s Okay to Be Smart
PBS


Scientists overwhelmingly agree that our climate is changing, Earth is getting warmer, sea levels are rising, and it’s primarily because of humans putting lots of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Whether you already trust in the science, you’re undecided, or you disagree with what all this, this video is for you! Continue


A Tsunami Strikes

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NOVA
PBS


When an unimaginably colossal tsunami hits Fukushima, the results are catastrophic. Continue


Episode 1

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Life on the Reef
PBS


View the reef as tourists enjoy the perfect weather, humpback whales give birth and fire destroys a luxury yacht. On the most protected island in Australia, 20,000 green sea turtles return to the biggest reptilian breeding colony on Earth. Continue


Why Don't These Cicadas Have Butts?

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Gross Science
PBS


The fungus Massospora cicadina makes periodical cicadas’ butts fall off. Continue


The Reef Prepares for Reproduction

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Life on the Reef
PBS


Out at sea a perfect confluence of temperatures, tides and currents are about to trigger the biggest marine event of the year. The reef is being primed for reproduction. Continue


Ways to Die on the Reef

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Life on the Reef
PBS


View a collection of predator moments from Life on the Reef. Continue


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