[Intro] This is Louie. He’s a hound. This is Auzzy. He’s an Australian cattle dog. And this is Abby. She’s a corgi. They look pretty different, but they’re all examples of humans’ very first pets — dogs! Even if you have a dog of your own, I bet you don’t know some of these amazing
It’s high time we here at SciShow dispel this myth that YouTube is all about cat videos. The fact is we like dogs as well. We’ve talked a lot about the science of canines — like their health, their behavior, and how they evolved alongside humans to become our companions and helpmates and friends. But
Thanks to WIX for supporting PBS Digital Studios In its day, it was quite literally top dog. By some estimates, it could grow as big as a brown bear. And with its powerful jaws and stout teeth, it was not only a skilled hunter — it could also crack open the bones of its prey.
♪ INTRO ♪ Maybe you’ve heard that dogs can only see in black and white. It’s one of those fun factoids that people like to toss around sometimes. But this, like so many things we talk about on quick questions, is a misconception. And the misconception stems from the fact that dogs are, from a
Hello. I’m not John! *Music* John’s punishment was to do five videos in five days, but unfortunately it looks like he’s not going to do that, because of…! Something. Something I’m not gonna tell you about right now. I don’t know if you know this, but I actually have a version of Question Tuesdays as
Good morning John, today I’m going to tell you the story my shirt’s inside out. Good morning John, today I’m going to tell you the story of my ridiculous dog. My dog is named Lemon. She is a bit of a…I’ll put this delicately a derp, for example if she were a Pulitzer Prize winning
Good morning, Hank, it’s Sunday. It’s news day and the news around here is that my house is a construction zone and most of the electricity is turned off and we don’t have any place to sleep and, unrelated to the incredibly expensive home renovation, my basement flooded on Friday, so now I have to
It’s a tale as old as time, or at least, as old as dogs. You let Fido out the door, and immediately he’s munching on the grass like it’s covered in bacon grease. Maybe that dog threw it up later, more likely it didn’t, either way, it begs the question: why do dogs eat grass?
The Chicago Field Museum is one of the largest and most respected natural history museums in the world. Join me as we go behind the scenes! Dun dun dun! There it is. – Pull that drawer open. I’m scared. Oh my gosh. Why did nature- Wha- AGH! He has eyes on him! Oh my gosh!
Crash Course Philosophy is brought to you by Squarespace. Squarespace: share your passion with the world. By the time we’re done today, I just might have you questioning whether this apple is real or not. Think I can’t do it? Gimme about ten minutes! I might have you wondering whether I’m a physical object or