See Sea Slugs Scour Seagrass by the Seashore | Deep Look 0 (0)

From Deep Look. Eelgrass sea hares may look like lazy, zebra-striped spoonfuls of jello, but these sea slugs are actually environmental heroes. Their voracious appetite for algae helps keep underwater meadow ecosystems in balance–which is great news for sea otters. Deep Look Mollusk Playlist! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0wtLrlIKvJE&list=PLdKlciEDdCQBKKj0mY_irUMTg_yS5VEHY SUBSCRIBE to Deep Look! http://goo.gl/8NwXqt DEEP LOOK is an ultra-HD…

A Very Spine-Tingling Spider Screening with DEEP LOOK 0 (0)

From Deep Look. Join producers from KQED’s DEEP LOOK science series and spider experts for a special free screening of spine-tingling spider episodes ! KQED’s DEEP LOOK science video series team presents a special 10th Anniversary Bay Area Science Festival virtual screening and discussion! Join us for a free screening of three of DEEP LOOK’s…

This is NOT a Dandelion. | Deep Look 0 (0)

From Deep Look. Not every yellow bloom ― or fluffy white globe ― taking over your backyard is a dandelion. Some of them are close relatives called catsears. But both of them have a little secret. To tell them apart and discover why they’re so successful you need to peek under their petals. Take the…

Cape Sundews Trap Bugs In A Sticky Situation | Deep Look 0 (0)

From Deep Look. Cape sundews are carnivorous plants that grow in bogs, where they don’t have access to many nutrients. So they exude sweet, shimmering droplets from their tentacles to lure in unsuspecting insects. Once their prey is hopelessly stuck, they wrap it up and dissolve it for a tasty meal. SUBSCRIBE to Deep Look!…