Top 10 Animals News Videos

Nov 20, 2012
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Giant Pacific Octopus
The Giant Pacific Octopus is smarter than you might think. And at the Smithsonian's National Zoo, Jorge Ribas watches one use its wits - and many arms -to get a snack.
Swimming With Sharks
Discovery News' Kasey-Dee dives in for the chance to swim with sharks and explains how you can too.
Top 5 Superorganisms
Superorganisms are a lot more common than you might think. James Williams counts down why.
Apes Giggle Like Humans
Apes laugh similar to humans, according to new research exploring the evolution of laughter. James Williams takes a look at the video.
New Species Thrive in Mekong
The Mekong region in Southeast Asia is home to more than a thousand new plant and animal species, says the World Wildlife Fund. But challenges are ahead in balancing conservation and growth. Jorge Ribas reports.
Spider Sex Dangerous For Some
The longer a male Australian redback spider woos the female, the better chance she won't eat him the first time they mate. James Williams explores this tangled web of poisonous spider sex.
Are Humanzees Possible?
Humanzee hybrids between humans and chimps couldn't possibly be real, could they? James Williams gets the answer.
Chimps Invent Brush Tool
Chimpanzees in the Congo were recently recorded using a new kind of tool to scoop up termites. Jorge Ribas reports.
Lizards Show Evolution In Action
Fire ant attacks are forcing fence lizards to evolve to survive. James Williams takes a look at what's going on.
Hercules Beetle
The Hercules Beetle can lift the human equivalent of a 65-ton object. Jorge Ribas finds out what else the big bug can do.
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