Bioluminescent Millepedes Shine At Sequoia National Park The…

Bioluminescent Millepedes Shine At Sequoia National Park

The Millipedes (Motyxia sequoiae), which have only been found in the Sierra Nevada region of California, have a unique walk and “give off a green-blue glow,” according to Virginia Tech assistant professor Paul Marek.

By: Live Science Videos.

Bioluminescent Millepedes Shine At Sequoia National Park The…

Brian Greene: Time Travel is Possible Is the time we experience…

Brian Greene: Time Travel is Possible

Is the time we experience in our day-to-day lives real? Theoretical physicist Brian Green explores the potential particles of time and why we could, in theory, travel forward in time but not back.

Read more at BigThink.com: http://bigthink.com/videos/time-travel

By: Big Think.

Brian Greene: Time Travel is Possible Is the time we experience…

SciShow Kids – Explore the Solar System: The Rocky Planets by…

SciShow Kids – Explore the Solar System: The Rocky Planets

by scishow:

Explore the four inner rocky planets, as Jessi and Squeaks take you on a tour of the solar system!

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Frog-Licking and Other Florida Wonders Many animal species rely…

Frog-Licking and Other Florida Wonders

Many animal species rely on Florida’s longleaf pine savanna ecosystem. Follow herpetologist and former National Geographic grantee Bruce Means as he highlights some of the Florida Gulf Coast savanna’s more intriguing inhabitants.

This video was collected during the 2015 Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition, a thousand-mile journey from central Florida to Alabama to help protect the corridor “”for the health of people, wildlife, and watersheds.”

By: National Geographic.

Frog-Licking and Other Florida Wonders Many animal species rely…

Tonight’s Sky: June 2015 In June, Hercules and Draco the…

Tonight’s Sky: June 2015

In June, Hercules and Draco the Dragon battle for territory in the night sky.

Backyard stargazers get a monthly guide to the northern hemisphere’s skywatching events with “Tonight’s Sky.”

Transcript: http://imgsrc.hubblesite.org/hu/hs-media/tonights_sky_episode/transcript/54b68d7fc17e1751f00004e0/64-tonights-sky-transcript-2015-jun.pdf

By: HubbleSite.org.

Tonight’s Sky: June 2015 In June, Hercules and Draco the…