Series: SciShow Kids
Snakes are super cool and super helpful, but people believe a lot of things about them that just aren't true. Join Jessi and Squeaks to learn what's true and what's false about these radical reptiles!
Life in a desert can be tough, but the plants, animals, and people that live there have some special skills to help them survive!
Maybe you've seen animal tracks in the mud after a rainy day, but did you know that you can study these tracks to learn all kinds of things about the animals that made them?
Have you ever pretended to be something else? Some animals do too! Learn how animals use mimicry to keep safe, or to sneak a snack!
Have you ever wondered how animals stay warm in the winter? Learn all about their natural cozy coats and the other awesome tricks they use to make it through the cold conditions!
Who wants to be a biologist? Learn all about scientists who study life -- like where they do their jobs, the questions they ask, and the tools they use!
A SciShow kid wrote us and asked: What is camouflage and how does it work? Join Jessi as she explores how different kinds of animals play hide-and-seek in the wild!
Would you like to spend all day thinking about dinosaurs? Well, some scientists do! Find out all about what it means to be a paleontologist!
What's something pandas, orangutans, rhinos, and gorillas have in common? They're all endangered animals. Join Jessi and Squeaks to learn how an animal becomes endagered and what we can do to help them!
It's raining where Jessi and Squeaks live, so they decided to bust out some books and read up on a special kind of forest where it rains almost every day!
12,000 years ago, the earth was very different, and so were some of the animals living on it! Here are five giants creatures you might have seen back then.
There's a chill in the air where Jessi and Squeaks live, and that means it's time for some animals to start the long, yearly nap called hibernation! Learn why animals hibernate and how they get ready to sleep for months at a time!
It's spring where Jessi and Squeaks live, and with the spring comes a really cool part of our planet's journey around the sun: the spring equinox!
Jessi and Squeaks are back from their research trip and ready to keep learning with all of you! And on their trip back to The Fort, Jessi thought up a really interesting questions: how do animals find their way home?
Have you ever wondered how animals can live in super cold places all the time? Jessi shows you how some cool animals like whales, polar bears, and penguins, keep warm!
Bill and Webb can’t seem to agree, so they head the The Fort where Mister Brown tries to help them work together by teaching them about mutualisms, or when different types of animals help each other in the wild!
Jane Goodall is an amazing scientist and conservationist who has dedicated her life to learning about and protecting chimpanzees! Thanks to her, we've learned that, sometimes, people and animals aren't so different!
You're alive! And so are all the plants in your garden, the birds in the sky, and the fish in the ocean! But how do we know they're alive? What does it even mean to be alive in the first place!?
Our friend Elliot thought we should do an episode about composting... so we did! Learn all about how you can turn certain types of trash into nutrient packed soil you can use in the garden!
We've been learning a whole lot about the ocean lately, so we thought it might be fun to put all that knowledge to use with a fun project! Join us as we make an ocean in a jar and learn a little more about the different ocean zones!
If you live in the Northern Hemisphere, it's almost time for the summer solstice, the longest day of the year! But if all days have 24 hours, what does the 'longest day of the year' really mean?
Ever wish you had your own secret network of hidden passages? Well some animals do and they might be closer than you think!
Jessi and Squeaks are on a beach vacation, so they've called in their pal, Dr. Lawrence Turtleman, to take over the show for today! And what is he going to teach you about? Turtles, of course!
Jessi has a cool pair of gardening gloves, which makes her wonder, what special tools do animals have for living underground?