Here’s How Much Plastic Trash Is Littering the Earth | National Geographic

These plastic bottles illustrate how humans discard a shocking amount of plastic waste into the environment.
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Underwater photographer Huai Su filmed a diver collecting an endless amount of plastic bottles that litter the seafloor off Xiaoliuqiu Island, Taiwan. This is just one shocking example of the astonishing amount of plastic that can pollute our environment. An estimated 6.3 billion metric tons of plastic waste has been generated, a new study found, and only 9% of that total is recycled. Most of it—79%—is in a landfill or escaped into the natural environment, and only 12% has been incinerated.

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Watch: Curious Puffin Befriends a Tourist | National Geographic

A tourist in the Shetland Isles, Scotland, made an unlikely friend—a puffin.
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Atlantic puffins live most of their lives at sea, and they only come onto land to breed. 60 percent of the world’s population lives in Iceland, and they have been historically hunted for their feathers and meat. The bird showed no signs of fear, even stopping under the tourist’s leg and tapping at her camera lens. After a few minutes the puffin wandered off, leaving the tourist with an unforgettable experience.

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Watch: Fire Ants Create Towers With Their Own Bodies | National Geographic

Fire ants have the ability to form tower-like structures through trial and error.
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These towers can contain hundreds of thousands of ants, reach 30 ants high, and form with no clear leader. They employ a bell shape, like the Eiffel tower, to ensure each ant bears an equal load. When one section becomes overloaded, it collapses, and the ants scramble to reform. This process continues until a stable structure is achieved. The tower serves as a base of operations and even acts as a shelter from rain. Scientists hope that these mechanics can help improve the capabilities of tiny robots that act as a swarm.

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Amazing Monkeys Fishing | Having Fun With Monkeys Using Fish Lining Fishing

Amazing Monkeys Fishing – Having Fun With Monkeys Using Fish Lining Fishing: Hey ! Is it funny? Maybe Yes or Maybe No.But Some people say Yes because they love Amazing Monkeys Fishing .

Monkey is a kind of primate that is very intelligent like human but they have tails that is different from human.Amazing Monkeys Fishing ,This is video ,those monkeys are very smart and intelligent because they could not catch fish without anything fishing tools.The first time they feel little bit scare of fish but when they know that fish is not dangerous so they could play with fish very well.Crab eating macaques are very funny and they are best funny monkeys in the world.

Amazing Monkeys Fishing ! I have main purpose to create this video to bring water to monkey for swimming but I have think I want to test monkeys could play with fish or they could not play with.After testing about 2 hours I know that monkeys are really funny because they feel scare of fish or eels sometimes.I will create next video about burning fish with monkeys.

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Revealing the Face of a 1,600-Year-Old Mummy | National Geographic

See how science and technology helped reconstruct the face of the iconic Moche mummy, the Señora de Cao.
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Experts have recreated the face of a Peruvian noblewoman who lived and died around A.D. 400. Using the latest forensic technology, they scanned the mummified remains of the Señora of Cao, who belonged to the pre-Inca Moche culture. The grave of the Señora was discovered in 2005 at a site in El Brujo on the north coast of Peru. Since then, she has become a symbol of Peruvian womanhood and indigenous cultural identity.

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See Hummingbirds Fly, Shake, Drink in Amazing Slow Motion | National Geographic

They move so fast that human eyes see only a hovering spot of color, a blur of wings. But when frozen in time by high-speed cameras, hummingbirds yield their secrets.
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Hummingbirds live exclusively in the Americas. The smallest can weigh less than two grams. The largest, the giant hummingbird found in Peru and Chile, tips the scales at around 20 grams. You could send something that weight in the U.S. mail with a single first-class stamp. World’s smallest birds is just one of several distinctions that hummingbird species claim. They’re the only birds that can hover in still air for 30 seconds or more. They’re the only birds with a “reverse gear”—that is, they can truly fly backward. And they’re the record holders for the fastest metabolic rate of any vertebrate on the planet.

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This video was based on research done by Clark lab at US Riverside, Dudley lab at UC Berkeley, and the Altshuler lab at the University of British Columbia.
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