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What Would Happen If The World Lost Oxygen For 5 Seconds? (Video)

What Would Happen If The World Lost Oxygen For 5 Seconds?

Have you ever imagined what would happen if oxygen from the Earth was lost for just 5 seconds? To find out more read and see the video below. Everyone at the beach would immediately get sunburns. Molecular oxygen in the air protects our skin against UV light. The daytime sky would get dark. Fewer particles

Shocking reality show: Films women while give birth in nature (video)

Reality show Born in the Wild films women giving birth with no help from doctors

American cable and satellite television channel Lifetime started filming a reality show “Born in the Wild” which literally shocked the world. The program will show women giving birth in the wild with no doctors’ help and facilities. This show was inspired by the Simone’s video, a woman who had chosen to give birth in nature.

How Do Ant Colony Look Like inside? (video)

Fire Ant Colony

Whether you have ever wondered how the ant colony looks like inside. The answer to this question in the video below. A man decided to pour molten aluminum into the anthill. After cooling of the metal, the man digged hardened mass with the soil and then washed away the soil with water. The amazing structure

Whale Explodes As Biologist Tries To Cut It Open (video)

Whale Explodes As Biologist Tries To Cut It Open

It is a job no man would envy. A biologist has been filmed trying to cut open a whale carcass which exploded all over him. The whale was one of two which died last week after being beached in the Faroe Islands. The creatures died after becoming trapped in a narrow channel and residents wanted

Controversial theory of human evolution

Controversial theory of human evolution

It is one of the most unusual evolutionary ideas ever proposed: humans are amphibious apes who lost their fur, started to walk upright and developed big brains because they took to living the good life by the water’s edge. This is the aquatic ape theory and although treated with derision by some academics over the