An independent curation project by JakeLsewhere, featuring insightful and informative videos from all areas of the sciences and humanities. If there are any freely available programs or shows which you know of that I missed, please let me know about them.
Bracken Cave: Home to the world’s largest bat colony
As many as twenty million Mexican free-tailed bats spend their summer months in Bracken Cave, Texas making it home to the largest congregation of warm-blooded animals in the world. Join journalist Millie Kerr as she captures the unforgettable sight of these bats emerging at dusk to feed, and spends some time with leading bat expert and photographer, Merlin Tuttle to discuss the threats facing these often misunderstood mammals.
Jessi gives some tips on ways for you to help your domestic and captive animals transition from Summer to Autumn. If you have any questions, comments, or tips about how to make sure you and your pet are prepared for Autumn we’d love to hear them!
As there is so much attention on Brazil’s World Cup, we’ve focused on Brazil’s amazing wildlife. Can you guess what Brazilian animal featured in this video? Thanks to Bristol Zoo for letting us film at their facility.
If you’re a fan of sushi, or and ocean enthusiast, you have probably noticed that fish come in just about every color! Why is this? Tara and Trace list out all factors that give a fish it’s colorful appearance.