Planet Earth is not journalism, and the BBC is open about the various tricks and techniques it uses to create compelling stories from wildlife footage. So Pohjankonna Oy's video retiming these jumping birds isn't really a gotcha. But it sure is cool to see how the sausage is made.
Not only are owls incredibly agile flyers, they’re also silently stealthy. (r/NatureIsFuckingLit) Owl through legs (full speed)
**This story is from 2016. I mistakenly thought it was current, however it is still wonderful.** Canuck probably hangs with a pretty tough murder. CBC: Canuck the crow, Vancouver’s most notorious bird, is being accused of flying away with a knife from a crime scene. The crow has quite a reputation in Vancouver and its […]
Why do many birds fly in a V formation? The wonderful video curators at The Kid Should See This came across this excellent 2014 clip above from the science journal Nature explaining research into the aerodynamic advantages of the formation. From Nature: …UK’s Royal Veterinary College put data loggers on ibises to record their position, […]
So you cut the cord and got rid of cable? Join the steadily growing club. But while you’re out picking a streaming service, you might find one big blind spot: Local TV and sports, not to mention first-run programming from the big cable networks. Luckily, there’s a throwback way to get it for free: The […]
Even if you feel like AirPods are worth the price tag, you’ve got to admit there’s a certain anxiety that comes with using them. What if I lose them? What if they get wet in the rain? Or drenched in sweat? Or fall into the drink you dropped them into? Shiny tech is great, but […]
With the quick-fix appeal of video games and their own cell phones, it can be tough to keep kids focused on supposedly “educational” toys. And while it may seem counter-intuitive to fight tech with more tech, we’re all in when it comes to the Toybox 3D Printer. We’re not sure if anyone had envisioned a […]