In this episode, we ask: how can a lizard literally walk on water? How do hippos speed through water if they can't actually swim? Can jellyfish live forever? Why do cats have whiskers? And, how do bees find nectar?
In this episode, we ask: how can an owl catch prey it can't see? Is it true that we're always a few feet from a rat? What makes octopuses masters of disguise? Why don't penguins feet freeze? And, why are African wild dogs the ultimate hunters?
In this episode, we ask: how do hummingbirds fly backwards? Will cockroaches really survive the apocalypse? How do dogs know when we're sad? And, is there any more revolting an underwater creature than the hagfish?
In this episode, we ask: what does a dog's tail wag really mean? Are cockatoos the cleverest members of the animal kingdom? Why are zebras black and white? What's the secret behind a crocodile's powerful jaws? And, how and why do chameleons change color?
In this episode, we ask: how do cats detect earthquakes? How do owls hunt in total darkness? How do cheetahs accelerate more quickly than a supercar? How do sea otters keep warm in icy waters? And, how do ants heal their wounded?
In this episode, we ask: how did the blue whale become the biggest animal ever? Why do elephants have trunks? Why do ladybugs have spots? Why do some animals live so long? And, why do cats purr?
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