In a clip from "Wild Way of the Vikings", a herd of reindeer creates a giant swirling cyclone with their bodies when an arrow flies overhead.
"It's Okay to Be Smart" host Joe Hanson explains how mathematician Alan Turing discovered the code behind complex patterns in nature.
Monster expert Dr. Emily Zarka explains the historic 19th Century origins of the widely feared Yuletide creature Krampus.
A robotic spy hippopotamus by John Downer Productions swam over to a pod of wild hippos in Africa to get rare footage of the fierce species.
Dr. Erica Brozovsky, Ph.D. of Otherwords analyzed words that are considered to be the longest in the world by first defining the word "word".
Joe Hanson explains how the human brain is being tricked into seeing images that aren't really there while watching movies, videos, and games.
Dr. Erica Brozovsky, PhD of the University of Texas at Austin explains the etymological origins behind common food names around the world.
James Orgill of the Action Lab explores the physical science behind perpetual motion using a magnetic Egg of Columbus.