Sunday, June 4, 2017

3 YouTube Science Videos to Watch Right Now (In 10 minutes or less) Vol. 7 Scorpions

YouTube Science Videos to Watch Right Now (In 10 minutes or less) Vol. 7 Scorpions

This week I'm sharing 3 interesting YouTube Science videos about scorpions that you can watch in 10 minutes or less. This blog series is meant to provide science enthusiasts with a variety of science YouTube videos that will expand your knowledge and not make you late for work!

Scorpions are amazingly interesting creatures. With over 2,000 species worldwide, the scorpion has a bad reputation for its painful (and sometimes deadly) sting. However, scorpions are much more than just a stinging pest, they are amazing examples of evolution at work!

#1 Ultraviolet Scorpion Captures Prey Wonders of Life w/ Professor Brian Cox - BBC


Professor Brian Cox spies on a Mojave Desert Sand Scorpion using UV light. Professor Brian Cox is one of my favorite science TV hosts who takes part in some of BBC's best programming. Check out his "Wonders" series here: A Collection of Wonders Box Set (Wonders of the Solar System / Wonders of the Universe / Wonders of Life) [Blu-ray]


#2 Emperor Scorpions - Arthropod Anatomy- Brain Wave



Peter at Brain Wave Science describes the unique anatomy of scorpions.

#3 Stinging Scorpion vs. Pain-Defying Mouse - Deep Look


Deep Look investigates the sophisticated venom of the Arizona Bark Scorpion and how they defend themselves against ferocious Southern Grasshopper Mouse.



Resources:

http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/bugs/scorpion/

Thanks for reading. For more YouTube Science videos to watch right now check out: 
3 YouTube Videos to Watch Right Now in 20 mins or less (Volume 1) 
3 YouTube Science Videos to Watch Right Now Vol. 2 Hummingbird Edition (Volume 2)
3 YouTube Science Videos to Watch Right Now Vol. 3 Spicy Food (Volume 3)
4 YouTube Science Videos to Watch Right Now Vol. 4 Human Curiosity (Volume 4)
3 YouTube Science Videos to Watch Right Now Vol. 5: Coffee (Volume 5) 
3 YouTube Science Videos to Watch Right Now Vol. 6 False Memories (Volume 6)


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