thekidshouldseethis.comEvolution 101 & how natural selection works – NOVA PBS | The Kid Should See ThisWhat is evolution, how has it created Earth's biodiversity, and how can a phylogenetic or evolutionary tree—a tree of life—help us better understand how different species are related? Learn some basic
thekidshouldseethis.comIncredible first footage of a deep-sea anglerfish pair | The Kid Should See ThisBehold this incredible first footage of a deep-sea anglerfish pair—a female Caulophryne jordani or fanfin angler and a dwarf male attached to her side. Those long 'whiskers' are filaments that may hel1
thekidshouldseethis.comHow pencils are made at the Derwent Pencil Factory | The Kid Should See ThisTravel to Cumbria in the United Kingdom where workers at the Derwent Pencil Factory, established in 1832, work together to create graphic pencils, color pencils, watercolor pencils, and other artists'1
thekidshouldseethis.comAutomata artist Matt Smith and his Curious Contraptions | The Kid Should See ThisBorn in 1965, Matt Smith spent about six weeks at the Falmouth School of Art before deciding he would rather spend his time "making silly things." He began making automata in 1980 and, in 1986, formed
thekidshouldseethis.comAnimated chocolate cake zoetropes by Alexandre Dubosc | The Kid Should See ThisFrom food artist Alexandre Dubosc, this is Melting POP, a cake-shaped zoetrope filled with popcorn, chocolate, sound effects, hungry characters, and a bonus reference to Georges Méliès' Le voyage dans1
thekidshouldseethis.com4-Mation 3D Zoetropes: Fish Eating Fish and Jumping Frogs | The Kid Should See ThisFish endlessly eat fish in this 3D zoetrope by 4-Mation, a UK-based modular kit from toymaker Kevin Holmes. The piece was printed on a Form 2 3D printer. The visual animation is achieved in person by
thekidshouldseethis.comA Jane Goodall documentary made from 100+ hours of lost 1960s footage | The Kid Should See This"It had long been thought that we were the only creatures on Earth that used and made tools. 'Man the toolmaker' is how we were defined... and here was [chimpanzee] David Greybeard using a tool."