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Tardigrades are among the most successful lifeforms, having survived all five mass extinctions. Recent research suggest they may also do something we like to think only humans do: snuggle for affection. A new episode of #COSMOS : Possible Worlds starts now.
We search for life on other worlds, but are we listening to the messages that are all around us? Don't miss back-to-back episodes of #COSMOS tonight at 8/7c and 9/8c.
Divers searching a cenote find teeth and the top of a skull that may have belonged to a child. #LostTreasuresOfTheMaya
Andy and Denise work on building a canoe-kayak hybrid boat to be able to do more fishing out on the lake. #LieBelowZero
The increased humidity during the wet season sets off a chain reaction. Fungi and slime molds race to decompose dead matter on the forest floor. In some jungles, species of fungi outnumber plants 33 to 1. #HostilePlanet