5 Kurzgesagt videos about animals

Kurzgesagt videos are some of the best for teaching us about our existence in the universe. They even correct themselves when they get it wrong. The following list shows 5 videos about animals that stretches out into biology (human and animal) and physics. Please note: no elephants were harmed in the making of these videos.

Is Meat Really that Bad?

One of the most delicious foods, meat, gets the worst press. It doesn’t help that the topic is really hard to properly research yourself and debates get emotional quickly. But clearly science can give us an answer! The reality is, well, it’s complicated. Let’s take a look at three climate arguments against meat that are used a lot and see what happens.

What Happens If We Throw an Elephant From a Skyscraper?

Size is the most under appreciated regulators of living things. Let us demonstrate that by throwing animals from buildings.

This was the first of a two-part series called The Size of Life. Please don’t try to throw animals from skyscrapers.

How to Make an Elephant Explode

Kurzgesagt examined how size is so important in the survival of living things. It’s less about exploding animals and more about what that size means for our environments and our adaptability. And there’s a meme in there but we won’t say what it is (let us know in the comments if you spot it).

What Dinosaurs ACTUALLY Looked Like?

Dinosaurs in pop culture aren’t as accurate as you’d think and Kurzgesagt attempts to debunk some of those misconceptions in the above video.

[…] Here we find the most amazing creatures to ever roam our planet, hundreds of millions of species so diverse that our imagination cannot do them justice. Unfortunately the past carefully guards its secrets.

The World War of the Ants

Every day billions of soldiers fight a merciless war on thousands of fronts, that has been going on for over one hundred million years: The world war of the ants.

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