The Amazing Journey of the Monarch Butterfly

From Facts in Motion. Migration is very common in the animal kingdom. Birds are probably the first example that comes to mind. But similarly impressive long-distance migrations are done by a much smaller much more fragile little animal – the butterfly. Sources: –german– Music…

A Tire Company Gives Out The Most Prestigious Food Award – Here’s Why

From Facts in Motion. Go to to sign up for free and get 20% off the annual subscription. Or check out the daily challenges at Why does Michelin – a tire manufacturer – rate restaurants? SOURCES: Delorean design by vecteezy Thanks for watching.

Why Snails Kill 200 000 People Every Year

From Facts in Motion. Did you know that snails are the second deadliest animal on the planet and responsible for around 200 000 deaths every year? Here’s why. Sources: Thanks for watching.

Why Great Whites are So Dangerous

From Facts in Motion. How do sharks hunt and why do they sometimes attack humans? Thanks again to Brilliant: Go to to sign up for free and get 20% off the annual subscription. Sources:…

This Animation Shows You How Small Atoms Really Are

From Facts in Motion. Atoms: The building blocks of everything around us. But how small are they? This animation will show you. Sources: Thanks for watching.

How Dangerous Can Ocean Waves Get? Wave Comparison

From Facts in Motion. Rogue Waves – In this episode we will cover the most elusive of all waves and explain where they come from and how dangerous they can be. Sources: Thanks for watching

How Large Are Blue Whales Really? Size Comparison

From Facts in Motion. The Blue Whale is the largest animal of our time and the largest animal that ever lived. But how large are they exactly? This animation will show you. Sources:…

Why Sea Cucumbers Are Dangerous

From Facts in Motion. Sea cucumbers are rather inconspicuous animals and are certainly not the most well-known sea creatures. They are nonetheless of enormous importance for the oceans and us humans. But don’t get too excited because despite their harmless appearance they are actually not as safe to handle as one might think. In this…

What happened to the other 2 Titanics?

From Facts in Motion. The Titanic is arguably the most famous ship in the world. But what has happened to her two sister ships? Find out in this video. Music "My Heart will go on" cover by my romantic piano Music by Second Suspense tracks used – Daily routines, new day, winterspell,…

Brain-Eating Fly turns Victims into Zombies

From Facts in Motion. Some animals have developed astonishing strategies for survival. Like the ant-decapitating fly, which lays their eggs inside ants, so their larvae can feast on their brains. Sources: Music by Jay Man Tracks used: Thanks for watching.

The Whale-Bone-Eating Zombie Worm

From Facts in Motion. Osedax – commonly called ‘bone worm’ or ‘zombie worm’ – is a genus of marine worms that feeds on the skeletons of dead whales. In this video, we will take a closer look at the life cycle and eating habits of these worms and find out what makes them so special.…