The first episode of the PBS series Human Footprint explores the profound effect that the human population has had on elephant evolution.
Dr. Emily Zarka of PBS "Storied" looks at the iconic movie monsters of Universal Pictures in the early 20th Century.
PBS nature series "Dogs In the Wild" focuses on the fennec fox, and how this smallest wild dog in the world survives the desert.
Caitlin Saks and Arlo Pérez of the PBS Series Antarctic Extremes visited the McMurdo Station in Antarctica to learn how workers are fed.
PBS Eons looked back at the Dodo bird, a now-extinct flightless fowl thought dumb but actually perfectly suited to their environment.
In a clip from the PBS/BBC series "Pets Wild at Heart", narrator David Tennant explains the science behind a dog's fantastic sense of smell.
PBS Eons host Kallie Moore explains how the barnacle baffled biologists for many years despite their ubiquity in maritime environments.
A concerned Jacana father ingeniously rescues his two chicks from an awaiting crocodile by tucking one under each wing and walking away.
MayTree performed a rather badass a cappella cover of the newly resurgent Metallica song "Master of Puppets".
Dr. Erica Brozovsky, PhD of "Otherwords" digs into the vibrant etymological origins of words that describe colors.