101 Videos

From fossils to black holes: these videos unlock the universe!

Immerse yourself in videos designed to inspire and inform – perfect for learning something new about the world, and everything in it. 

Masters of flight! See hummingbirds in super slow-mo

Videos reveal what's really happening as these tiny birds flap their wings.

Amazing Earth


Can we save the coral reefs?

Climate change and rising sea temperatures are a growing threat to the world’s coral reefs. Australia’s Great Barrier Reef experienced mass bleaching in both 2016 and 2017, but has shown signs of recovery — is there hope for the future? 

Supervolcanoes 101

They are amongst the most destructive forces on the planet – and while evidence exists of colossal, climate-altering eruptions in ancient history, the most recent super volcano eruption was in 1812 in Indonesia, and became known as 'The Year Without a Summer.'  Despite this, millions live within the sway of active supervolcanoes around the world today. Here's what we know about them.   


Mesmerising Water Bubbles

Watch as two mesmerising water bubbles crash into each other.

Will Your Dog Pick You Over a Stranger?

Does your dog always want to spend time with you, or do they sometimes want to mix it up? To find out, animal behaviour researchers Erica Feuerbacher and Clive Wynne tested dogs in different situations with surprising results.

Watch Amazon Animals Discover Themselves in a Mirror

A mirror was set up in the Amazon rainforest by a wildlife photography workshop called Untamed Photography. The aim was to better understand intelligence of big cats in the Amazon. Wild cats and other animals that approached reacted in various ways. Some were scared. Others were curious. It’s relatively rare for an animal to have the capacity for self-recognition. It takes human babies 18 to 24 months to catch on to what they're seeing in the mirror. Some animals like dolphins, elephants, and some great apes know they’re looking at themselves. Others just stand perplexed in front of the glass.

This Rescued Dog is an Avid Mountain Climber

Penni, the pit bull, was locked in a small basement from the start of her life. And she didn't learn how to run until much later. When she was one or two years old, she was rescued by the nonprofit group Fur Friends in Need. Now, she is happily climbing mountains with her new owner. She's a seasoned adventure dog experienced in long-distance hiking, rappelling, and even zip-lining. Penni's owner says despite her abusive upbringing, she's fearless in the wild.