Season 8

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The Undying Hydra: A Mini-Monster That Defies Aging

The hydra, named after a mythical multiheaded monster, may be the secret to eternal youth.

The Undying Hydra: A Mini-Monster That Defies Aging

Video thumbnail: Deep Look Leaf Miner Fly Babies Scribble All Over Your Salad

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Leaf Miner Fly Babies Scribble All Over Your Salad

This fly’s larvae tunnel inside greens like arugula and kale, leaving squiggly marks.

Leaf Miner Fly Babies Scribble All Over Your Salad

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Why Did the Mexican Jumping Bean Jump?

Each seed is home to a head-banging moth larva, trying to survive the Sonoran Desert sun.

Why Did the Mexican Jumping Bean Jump?

Video thumbnail: Deep Look Born Pregnant: Aphids Invade With an Onslaught of Clones

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Born Pregnant: Aphids Invade With an Onslaught of Clones

Female aphids are matriarchs of a successful family operation — taking over your garden.

Born Pregnant: Aphids Invade With an Onslaught of Clones

Video thumbnail: Deep Look Firebrats and Silverfish Are Rocking Some Old-School Looks

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Firebrats and Silverfish Are Rocking Some Old-School Looks

Firebrats and silverfish are pretty darn similar to some of the earliest insects on Earth.

Firebrats and Silverfish Are Rocking Some Old-School Looks

Video thumbnail: Deep Look These Acrobatic Beach Hoppers Shred All Night Long

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These Acrobatic Beach Hoppers Shred All Night Long

After sunset, tiny crustaceans called beach hoppers emerge from sandy underground burrows.

These Acrobatic Beach Hoppers Shred All Night Long

Video thumbnail: Deep Look These Mites Rain Down To Save Your Strawberries

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These Mites Rain Down To Save Your Strawberries

Two tiny mites duke it out on strawberry plants throughout California.

These Mites Rain Down To Save Your Strawberries

Video thumbnail: Deep Look These Silk-Swinging Caterpillars Will Ruin Your Picnic

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These Silk-Swinging Caterpillars Will Ruin Your Picnic

California oak moth caterpillars eat all the leaves on an oak. Will the tree survive?

These Silk-Swinging Caterpillars Will Ruin Your Picnic

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