Sloth Bear Mom Runs into a Group of Foraging Macaques 🐻 Into the Wild India | Smithsonian Channel


A sloth bear mom has made the wise decision to forage for food during the day, in a bid to avoid nocturnal predators. This brings her in contact with a troop of excitable bonnet macaques. From Into the Wild India: #IntoTheWildIndia #SmithsonianChannel Subscribe to The Smithsonian Channel: Twitter:>>>

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Abducted at 13, Alicia Kozakiewicz Shares the Dangers of Online Predators | Goalcast


At just 13 years old, Alicia Kozakiewicz stepped outside her family home and into every parent’s worst nightmare. She’d agreed to meet the “friend” with whom she’d been chatting online for six months, but by the time she realized this man was a deranged predator, it was too late. Abducted>>>

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12 Fascinating Shark Videos You Need to See 🦈 Smithsonian Channel


Escape the indoors by going deep with sharks, learning all about their habits, unusual traits, and more. 0:00 Intro to Fascinating Shark Videos 0:18 Something Ate This Shark…But What? 3:09 What Caused These Unusual Shark Attacks? 6:53 Hammerheads Can Hear Injured Fish From a Mile Away 8:39 How the Massive>>>

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How We Got Here: The History of Conflict in America | Smithsonian Channel


Airing Saturday January 23 at 3/2c, Smithsonian Channel presents: How We Got Here: The History of Conflict in America. Featuring: 3p: America’s Hidden Stories: Hitler’s US Election Plot 4p: America in Color: The 1960s 5p: Smithsonian Time Capsule: 1968 6p: Smithsonian Time Capsule: Beyond Stonewall 7p: MLK: The Assassination Tapes>>>

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Why visual effects artists love this shiny ball


A chrome ball is a key visual effects tool. How do visual effects artists match their digital creations to real light? Sometimes, it involves using a very shiny ball. Leo Bovell of Tryptyc has worked on a range of visual effects projects, but one of his most memorable experiences might>>>

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Canadian Inuits Get Their Wilderness Chops from Wolves 🐺 Amazing Dogs | Smithsonian Channel


Sled dogs, such as the Canadian Inuit, are capable of traveling long distances in some of the iciest regions of the planet. It’s a trait that they inherited from their wolf ancestors. From the series Amazing Dogs: #AmazingDogs #SmithsonianChannel Subscribe to The Smithsonian Channel: Twitter: Instagram:>>>

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OnlyGood TV Branded Sizzle


Welcome to – Content With A Social Conscience ONLY GOOD is your one stop shop for inspiring content that demonstrates your company’s dedication to doing good. Whether you want us to create documentaries, series or promotional videos showcasing your CSR efforts, or you want us to help you find>>>

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Tech platforms banned Trump. Now what?


Deplatforming Trump won’t stop the big lie. Subscribe to our channel! Former US president Donald Trump has now been kicked off of social media platforms from Facebook and Twitter to Pinterest. His suspension followed a violent insurrection on the Capitol in his name, and came months after Twitter had>>>

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Viper Queens 👑 Bad Attitudes & Long Fangs 🐍 FULL EPISODE | Smithsonian Channel


From the deserts of the American Southwest to the jungles and villages of Africa, vipers are notorious for their bad attitudes, diamond-shaped heads, and the longest snake fangs on Earth. But these snakes are not simply cold-blooded killers. The females have a softer side when it comes to family. Travel>>>

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11 Bear Feats You Have To See To Believe 🐻 Smithsonian Channel


These 11 bear videos will (safely) transport you to the wilderness, where you can watch them eat salmon, duke it out for dominance, and so much more. 0:00 – Intro to 11 Bear Feats 0:24 – Older Brown Bear Exerts Dominance over Younger Rival 3:43 – Bear Mom Stands Up>>>

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