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Otters: Much More Than Cute!

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Sea otters and thier caregivers have a lot to teach us about coping with stress, even if its just for 18 minutes while you take a look at todays video-shares.

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12 minutes

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Fireflies: A Synchronized Light Show

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There’s a visual wonder of summer that most of us adore, even though we know very little about it. How about the magic of fireflies?

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10 minutes

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Swan Upping: The Ceremony of Conservation

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What do swans, nifty uniforms, conservation, and Her Majesty the Queen of England have in common?

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10 minutes

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Denali: A Dog’s Perspective on Life and Death

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There are some lovely stories on the web about the love and friendship, but few from a dog’s perspective. Take a few minutes to soak this in.

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45 minutes

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The Evolution of Flight

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Only 4 times in the history of animal evolution did creatures take to a completely new element. After water and land,… they took to the air! The evolution of how and why is amazing, and the photography breathtaking!

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6 minutes

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One Kind of Compassion: Dog Retirement Home

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Human beings seem to be hard-wired for compassion, despite what the negative 24-hour news cycle tells us. Take a look!

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10 minutes

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Live Cam: Puffins in Your Lap!

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Here at Ever Widening Circles, we try to be the nicest place on the web, and thankfully, we have some great competition: animals in real time on live cams all over the world!

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14 minutes

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Rats Becoming Our Heroes?

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What potential are we missing by ignoring the “untouchable” things? Let’s start with the amazing abilities of rats to save millions of lives! Really!

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12 minutes

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Woolly Mammoth: Back from Extinction?

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The woolly mammoth, the passenger pigeon or other extinct species: Here’s some fascinating NEW questions on bringing them back!

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16 minutes

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Communicating with WILD Dolphins

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Imagine what it would really be like to understand the mind and communicate with another intelligent species on the planet. Dolphins may be the first.

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