Posts by Danielle Dufault

These Invertebrates Shoot Acid

Throughout the world animals have evolved some truly remarkable defense mechanisms, and these are no exception. These invertebrates spray their attackers with acid.

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Millipedes Don’t Skip Leg Day

Get ready to meet the leggy arthropods that conquered the Earth.

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Cockroaches Can Go In Your Ears

Did you know cockroaches can go in your ears?

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The Fennec Fox Is Suspiciously Cute

In one of the world’s most inhospitable places lives one of the cutest predators. This is the Fennec Fox.

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Weaver Ants: These Ants Turn Themselves Into Chains (Feat. AntsCanada)

These ants have colonized the tree canopy and built amazing cities out of leaves.

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Jaguar: The True King of the Jungle

The jaguar is the most feared predators in Latin America. This is the giant-slayer of the jungle.

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Chimaera: The Deep Sea Phantom

The Chimera, or Ghost Shark, looks like it’s skin has been stitched together.

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Lions: Pride or Die

Lions are called the king of the jungle, even though they don’t live in the jungle.

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Basking Sharks Always Look Surprised

Basking sharks are real-life Leviathans – they’re the second-largest sharks in the world.

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Moose are Absolute Units

The moose is a Canadian icon. Its gigantic size, chill attitude, and majestic antlers make it one of our most beloved animals, and we’re trying to find one.

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Frogfish Bite Faster Than You Can Blink

Frogfish ambush and swallow their prey in whole, all before they can even think “that’s no moon’.

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Centipedes: The Ultimate Nopes

Nothing quite makes you say ‘nope, nope, nope’ like a centipede.

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Ticks: The Actual Worst

Ticks are blood-sucking parasites that feast on your body for up to a week. They’re the stuff of nightmares.

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Manta Rays are Flat Sharks

Manta Rays are a fantastical animal, and due to their alien-looking appearance, they are a clear inspiration for a lot of science fiction.

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Metamorphosis: When Evolution Gets Weird

Metamorphosis: when one thing becomes another.

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Snapping Turtles Have One Hell of a Bite

The face of a snapping turtle is the last thing a lot of fish see before they die. It’s not pretty. We got to release a snapping turtle into the wild for this episode. Stick around to the end to watch!

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Secretary Birds: Killer Queens

Don’t let this bird’s looks distract you. The secretary bird has some serious kick!

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Crocodiles: Survivors of the Last Extinction

The crocodile is one of the deadliest predators in the world. Unfortunately, they find themselves prey to something far more dangerous.

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Moray Eels are Straight out of Alien

Moray Eels are straight out of science fiction, but not the happy kind.

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Kingfisher: Death from Above

The Kingfisher is a fish’s worst nightmare.

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Tardigrades: The Most Resilient Animals in the Universe

Tardigrades are the most resilient animals in the universe, and there’s probably one within a stone’s throw from you right now.

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You Can't Outrun a Cheetah

If you ever get to see a cheetah run, don’t blink, you’ll miss it. Watch ‘Age of Big Cats’ and get your first 30 days of CuriosityStream free with the promo code

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