MinuteEarth (videos of March & April 2017)

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2:08 Why Don’t Sheep Shrink In The Rain? We appreciate your support on https://www.patreon.com/MinuteEarth
Getting wet isn’t REALLY what makes wool shrink; it merely exacerbates the friction between the wool fibers, which is stronger in ...
2:50 Why Some Molecules Have Evil Twins A tiny change in a molecule’s geometry completely changes its effects on the human body.
How We Made This Video (Ever & David Talk About Drugs): https://youtu.be/tefxgYP0BVM
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3:05 How Cats Became our Feline Overlords (ft. It's Okay To Be Smart) Check out how cats became our favorite little murder machines.
To learn how dogs and humans got together, watch the companion video over at It's OK To Be Smart: https://youtu.be/tggdERc8E6Y - be su...
2:26 What Makes A Dinosaur? Thanks to 23andMe for sponsoring this video! http://www.23andme.com/minuteearth
Due to a revolution in our understanding of the tree of life, birds are dinosaurs, while dimetrodons are not.
1:28 MinuteEarth Needs Your Support Please support us on https://www.patreon.com/MinuteEarth
THANK YOU for helping us stick around!
Credits (and Twitter handles): Script Writer: Alex Re...
1:59 Why Is A Group Of Crows Called A “Murder”? Collective nouns are a great way to have fun with language and nature.
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2:44 Ambergris: Why Perfume Makers Love Constipated Whales How whale poop becomes perfume. Thanks to Crunchyroll for sponsoring this video! http://www.crunchyroll.com/minuteearth
Thanks also to our supporters on https://www.patreon.com/MinuteEarth
2:23 Why Are Snakes So Creepy? Thanks to 23andMe for sponsoring this video! http://www.23andme.com/minuteearth
Snakes occupy a special place in the human brain because they’re so weird.
Thanks also to our supporters on https:...
3:00 Why Did T Rex Have Such Tiny Arms? It's easy to assume that every trait - including stubby arms on a terrifying predator - must be beneficial, but the forces of evolution don't really work like that.
Thanks to the University of Mi...

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