Digital Library for Earth System Education Climate Change and Colorado's Future Climate change is real and it is occurring faster than originally predicted. In this video series, scientists explain how climate change is affecting the state of Colorado, while citizens share stories and solutions. One of the more recent videos features an interview with University of Colorado Boulder Professor Emeritus Al Bartlett on the "arithmetic of growth". National Geographic Video Player is loading. Current Time 0:03 Duration 0:12 Remaining Time -0:09 Thanks for signing up! Watch your inbox over the next few days for photos, stories, and special offers.
Indianapolis Zoo Webcams Penguin Cam Check out the rockhoppers, gentoos and king penguins inside the Oceans building! The rockhoppers are the smallest species — the ones with the yellow feathers jutting out from their heads. The gentoos are the middle-sized birds with the plain white stripe across the top of their heads. The king penguins — the second largest of all of the penguin species — are the ones with the distinctive yellow patches on the sides of their heads. Beauty Of Nature: 100 Brilliant Examples Of Bird Photography Bird photography is one of the most challenging types of nature photography, but remains an incredibly popular hobby for many people. The subject is usually small, may not stay still, moves rapidly from branch to branch, sits in less than favourable lighting conditions and is extremely aware of an approaching photographer. Tricky! In this showcase we have collected 100 beautiful examples of bird photography, and a few tips to help you out. Examples and Inspiration
Frozen Planet: Explore the polar regions Click on the image below to start exploring the Arctic and Antarctic. You can access geographic information provided by Arctic and Antarctic experts, watch videos of the wildlife in each region, and see important historical events as people explore the polar regions. Copyrighted image Credit: The Open University Launch Frozen Planet 9 Special thanks to British Antarctic Survey 10 for their assistance in developing this interactive map. Vampire squid from hell eats faeces to survive depths While most vampires prefer their prey alive, vampire squid are rather less demanding. They munch on any dead plankton, crustacean remains and faecal matter that happens to pass by, making them the only cephalopod not to hunt living prey. Vampyroteuthis infernalis – literally the "vampire squid from hell" – has a pair of thin, retractable filaments. It uses them like a fishing line, letting them drift and collect bits of waste.
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