Jul 222015
Crazy Tree Grows 40 Kinds Of Fruit

Syracuse University professor and artist Sam Van Aken has made some very special and unique natural art. The National Geographic reports that he has created a ‘crazy tree’ that bears 40 different kinds of fruits, though they are all stone fruits. Still, one tree growing peaces, plums, apricots, and more is still very special. 


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Mar 232015
Man Interrupts Mating Tortoises

The tortoise is famous as being one of the slowest creatures in the animal kingdom. But just because they’re slow doesn’t make them timid. When explorer Paul Rose from National Geographic interrupted two tortoises mating, the giant male became very upset that the mood was ruined and started chasing Paul away!

What resulted was most definitely the slowest chase ever recorded. Now, this nature video has gone viral with over 2.1 million views!


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Dec 082014
National Geographic Builds Epic Giant Rube Goldberg Machine

Rube Goldberg machines are always good for a viral video. To promote their new ‘smart and entertaining’ content, the British National Geographic Channel built a monstrous chain reaction Rube Goldberg machine with 38 triggers and 71 moving pieces. Very cool!


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May 302014
Weather VS Climate Change

If the world truly is warming up, why was last winter so cold? And if scientists can’t even predict the weather, how can they claim to be so sure about Climate Change? The confusion stems from the fact that people often mix up the weather with Climate Change. World famous scientist Neil deGrasse Tyson explains the difference between the two in this trending video by National Geographic.


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May 292014
Soldier Adopts Dog That Saved His Life

U.S. military combat dog Layka was shot four times at close range while in combat in Afghanistan. Still, she didn’t falter and subdued the attacker thereby saving her handler and the other members of the team. After serving, Staff Sgt. Julian McDonald couldn’t just let Layka go. He had to return the favor for saving his life, and fought to adopt her. Even if she only had three legs. 

The National Geographic tells the touching story in this video


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