BBC Camera Crew Get Up Close And Personal With Meerkats

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While filming for Planet Earth Live in Africa, these BBC cameramen had the special opportunity to get up close and personal with the meerkats they were covering. After being studied for years, the small mammals have no fear of humans, and simply treat them as a part of the scenery. The video is featured on TheDailyWhat, Gothamist, DailyPicks, and Neatorama.  […]

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Russell Brand Explains Why He Doesn’t Vote On BBC NewsNight With Jeremy Paxman

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Those in the viral community will remember that Russell Brand recently went viral online when he was invited onto MSNBC’s Morning Joe program and completely pulled the rug from under the hosts’ feet.  The web loved the segment as Brand basically took over the show, helping just one copy on YouTube amass over 8 million views.  […]

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Explaining Amazing Self Siphoning Bead Chain Experiment In Slow Motion

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At the start of the week, Steve Mould went viral with his incredible Self Siphoning Beads video. That clip currently stands with over 750,000 hits.  Now, the BBC’s Earth Unplugged has invited Steve onto their show to discuss the science behind the experiment and reproduce the effects under the lens of a slow motion camera.  The experiment is even […]

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Chimp Builds Fire And Toasts Marshmallows

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To promote their Monkey Planet series, the BBC published this eye-opening clip on YouTube. Incredibly, a smarter than the average Bonobo demonstrates how to build a fire using matches. Of course, he’s been taught how, but it’s impressive nonetheless.  What does a monkey do after building a campfire? Why, the same thing any Homo-sapien would. Roast marshmallows, […]

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