PBS Eons
PBS Eons
PBS Eons

Join hosts Hank Green, Kallie Moore, and Blake de Pastino as they take you on a journey through the history of life on Earth. From the dawn of life in the Archaean Eon through the Mesozoic Era - the so-called “Age of Dinosaurs” -- right up to the end of the most recent Ice Age.
Produced in collaboration with PBS Digital Studios: frreporter.com/title-pbsdigitalstudios

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    MisterStomperIl y a minute

    Biblical: an angel with one foot on land another on water. Snakes are guardians of heaven's throne and angelic knowledge. Totes legit.

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    Raja Roberto Masonicic LopezIl y a 11 minutes

    So hyennas

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    Kiritu GeorgeIl y a 41 minute

    There was a subspecies of humans that interbred with ancient Africans and their DNA is strong in peoples like Khoisan, Pygmies etc and weak in modern Bantus. This subspecies is similar to the Neanderthals interbreeding with ancient Eurasians. They havent been properly researched though. Much love from Kenya.

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    KarandxpIl y a 50 minutes

    Damn...this makes me wonder how long my bones gonna last.

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    HypnoCriticalzIl y a 56 minutes

    Let's bring antartica to greener land!

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    zachery hopsonIl y a heure

    Finds old midget bones Pbs they must to be from hobbits

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    Ex TygerIl y a 2 heures

    Cats are superior to dogs.

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    Zimrian ZimrianIl y a 2 heures

    Comment 692 lol... nice

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    Jack from AllstateIl y a 3 heures

    Audio quality is 10/10

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    Pushin ChevyIl y a 3 heures

    Man her team sucks she isnt even looking at the camera lol

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    Aaron CamrenIl y a 3 heures

    Cool video but what's wrong with this guys neck?

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    Amin - tMKIl y a 4 heures

    Sucks that those one group of birds had crushing bills to deal with. Rent is too high out here.

  13. author

    Jim JizansipusIl y a 4 heures

    I like toourtles

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    Jermin SanchezIl y a 4 heures

    Anyone else bothered by the fact that he pronounces neanderTHALL as neanderTALL

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    Sohan DsouzaIl y a 4 heures

    For a second there, I thought it was a documentary about my weight gain. 🤣

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    mintbluberryIl y a 4 heures

    Please do an episode on the history of eggs! (Both the shelled kind and the mammalian kind please!) 🐣

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    ScungeIl y a 4 heures

    What’s the benefit of a fungus growing such a massive structure? More spores?

  18. author

    DmitriIl y a 5 heures

    But what do u guys think of sex 2

  19. author

    turo champIl y a 5 heures

    anyone else want desperately to know what it wouldve tasted like

  20. author

    Marcel Al KeesIl y a 5 heures

    Gorgons are the ancestors of big cats

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    Ale XIl y a 5 heures


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    H TIZIl y a 5 heures

    Who here counted how many times he said sex?

  23. author

    終極神卡Il y a 5 heures

    Jokes on you frikkr I’m a Martian

  24. author

    gaming potatoIl y a 5 heures

    It's just a theory

  25. author

    Aldwin FloresIl y a 5 heures

    Is this death stranding?

  26. author

    Cocaine MinajIl y a 5 heures

    Awe kitties

  27. author

    jben212Il y a 5 heures

    Uhh. Yeah... We have all heard of Seattle. Jeez.

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    Ilham WicaksonoIl y a 5 heures

    And people lives near Liang Bua is very short, even for Indonesian People standard, from what I read.

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    Tyler SeitzIl y a 6 heures

    What a bunch of crap.

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    Mike AndersonIl y a 6 heures

    evolution of Pufferfish? I enjoyed the one with air-breathing fish, I raise Bichers and South American puffers btw.

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    P R little BIl y a 6 heures

    I'm no expert, but I was thinking it could be that earth used to rotate faster thus LESS gravity which might have contributed in allowing dinos to grow big and not be so heavy....

  32. author

    Ron PurcellIl y a 6 heures

    I love this series, just awesome.

  33. author

    Chelsey AbbottIl y a 6 heures

    It's crazy that's something like rocks can lead to discoveries about the weather

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    D- trainIl y a 6 heures


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    turo champIl y a 6 heures

    as a biology student who wants to eventually specialize in this but is currently stuck slogging through the basics of rna replication, these videos are like unlimited candy bars after eating nothing but hard tack

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    Juni PostIl y a 6 heures

    When your that big you need alot of food. And when BIGFOOD goes away you ether die out of scale down the appetite.

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    Bondrewd The Lord of DawnIl y a 6 heures

    Got to admit, Californosaurus looks really cute :3

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    Bondrewd The Lord of DawnIl y a 6 heures

    3:50 Something you never want to see when you're casually swimming, hell even in your nightmares.

  39. author

    Daniel VazjavIl y a 6 heures

    Talk about the strange creatures of every period in the Cenozoic era!

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    Jaja MotaIl y a 6 heures

    If I find one of this guys in AREA 51 I leave and never come back😳🏃💨

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    Allan OrdwayIl y a 7 heures

    Doesn't this prove Earth could of already had organisms more advanced than humans? There would be no evidence of civilization after 10,000 years or so

  42. author

    Edward DonIl y a 7 heures

    Some native people still eats other people

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    Haters Gonna HateIl y a 7 heures

    4:56 watch this again if you think Climate change is real ....... its a scam , in jurasic and triassic and cretacious era it was hotter than it is today with more extremes , so did the Dinosaurs farts cause it? they blame some of climate change on Cow farts lol , and they call us stupid. Edit: Cow farts are mostly methaine, which has some Co2 in it, but thier projections on the amount are rediculous, more comes from none live stock animals, so what do we have to kill off all the animals too , Buffalo , Wilderbeasts ? smh

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    Haters Gonna HateIl y a 7 heures

    4:16 Tassie Devil ;) im guessing they used a pic of a Tassie Devil and changed the colour

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    Ya Boy BeeneIl y a 7 heures

    Only 90s kids remember

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    BIG DADDY peachIl y a 8 heures

    5:11 Sounds like an overpijnd lady name

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    meesalikeuIl y a 8 heures

    one thing is for sure, cats domesticated the internet

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    Jericko DoggoIl y a 8 heures

    Poor spiraling beavers. You shall be missed.

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    Tizona AmanthiaIl y a 8 heures


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    Dustin NicholIl y a 8 heures

    Ant-arc-tic-ah. NOT "Anartica". She's driving me nuts.

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    sillyloriiIl y a 8 heures

    so my *crush* is my *cousin*.. sweet home alabama

  52. author

    HuggiMaIl y a 8 heures

    How come birds didn't get so big then?

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    warbunny13203Il y a 8 heures

    just proves that EVERYTHING eventually dies🤔🤔👍😁👍👌🇺🇸🦅🇺🇸

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    Undaar ThorbranIl y a 8 heures

    Controversial doesn't mean wrong though.

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    UDtheAesirIl y a 9 heures

    Dexter Morgan-approved.

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    Meya EnyoIl y a 9 heures

    So basically we are just waiting around for next extinction now? :P

  57. author

    Mike MillerIl y a 9 heures

    So people have kids with their ....

  58. author

    Mike MillerIl y a 9 heures

    We’re all related to bill gates

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    SzujhinzuIl y a 9 heures

    Wait, how can Megaloceros be more closely related to one species of Cervus (elaphus) than another (canadensis)? As a different genus, its relation to another genus has to be the same among all its members

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    jeremy MizerIl y a 9 heures

    5 bucks says it's mew

  61. author

    Blue MeowIl y a 9 heures

    It reminds me of springs

  62. author

    jeremy MizerIl y a 9 heures

    Wrong, my ancestors were snorlaxes.

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    Nicolas LicastroIl y a 9 heures

    -That pseudo-human is pseudo sexy +So... what are you saying? -Well it's almost as attractive as my ex now that I hate her... +Pff, neolitic problems. Look at my alpha males courtship skills

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    ToyuzuIl y a 10 heures

    Science will tell you the largest bears currently living are Polar Bears. Not true. Alaska has coastal brown bears that make the largest Polar bears look like cubs.

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    A. N.Il y a 10 heures

    Biliverdin sounds *sick* as h*ck.

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    Truth DecayIl y a 10 heures

    None of this is mentioned in the Quran, how am I supposed to believe it?

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    Zach KliemanIl y a 11 heures

    How hard is it to figure out that that thing is a burrow? What else could it really be? Who are these "genius" paleontologists?

  68. author

    jeremy MizerIl y a 11 heures

    Finally PBS is on a platform that will pay them for their amazing work

  69. author

    Mt. An.Il y a 11 heures

    0:15 "Hey look! If I fart in my shell I float." "Woah, cool!"

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    Mt. An.Il y a 11 heures

    Can't it be both? There are water lizards that became water snakes and land lizards that became land snakes. Just sayin

  71. author

    Andy SmithIl y a 12 heures

    Lasts 15 million years,what does that even mean

  72. author

    Florian MüllerIl y a 12 heures

    Did your cutter / video editor count how many times he used the same illustrations?

  73. author

    Officer Meow Meow FuzzyfaceIl y a 12 heures

    Right Meow? That supposed to be some kind of joke at my expense? OFFENDED!

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    Frederick KintanarIl y a 12 heures

    Thanks for the insight about braided streams. I am now thinking about the pan-African multi-regional development of anatomically modern humans as a tright braided stream rather than a reticulated species. And with significant levels of gene flow with more-or-less big-brained Neanderthals and Denisovans, perhaps the clade going back to the most recent common ancestor of AMH and Neanderthals is a looser braided stream. Maybe we should think of that as a "sapienizing braided stream", perhaps a macro-species that is pretty much fully human, H. sapiens sensu lato , whereas AMH would be H. sapiens sensu stricto.

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    FIVE 6 MAFIAIl y a 12 heures

    Is this a video about Seattle? Or Portland?

  76. author

    Dan NessIl y a 12 heures

    I suspect that 8 month old cat did something that killed both of them and scattered seashells all over the floor. Just sayin.

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    Aydin BarnbrookIl y a 12 heures

    Christians should watch this stuff. At this point I think people who have access to the internet are just like ignoring facts. This is better than going to church. Make this explode pls.

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    Aydin BarnbrookIl y a 13 heures

    Honestly I think Schools would love to show this. Maybe even just get them to rewatch your videos or some of them. Honestly there are a lot better teachers on youtube than public schools. Your videos are perfect for elementary, kids would love to see this kind of stuff in my opinion.

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    Amari StokesIl y a 13 heures


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    Frederick KintanarIl y a 13 heures

    Great video, it's nice to get an overview of the latest research on Southeast Asian hominins. But it looks like we are only somewhere in the middle of a wave of discovery, so please provide an update video as more results come out, including ideas about how H. luzonensis might fit in with a braided stream view of species development. I'd also love to see a video about current thinking on the origins of language in this braided stream, such as the significance of genetic research by Carina Schlebusch and others on the genetic ancestry of extant hunter-gatherer and herder populations from southern Africa, from before the Bantu expansion. Surely there is a prima facie case that full human language dates back to the most recent common ancestor of extant humans, and that the clade that gave rise to the pre-mixing population of anatomically-modern humans in southern Africa already had the capacity and practice of full language. When was that? 300-400 thousand years ago? A long time before Chomsky's proposal of a single mutation some 70,000 years ago as part of a "behavioral modernity" package. And if full language was around back then, there may be a case (and evidence I don't know about) for Neanderthals and Denisovans having at least some elements of human language. Models of what cognitive and communicative capacities and practices they had may eventually be falsifiable as new data from genes, bones and stones is discovered. So what were the cognition and (proto-)language capacities of H. floresiensis and H. luzonensis? Inquiring minds want to know.

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    Kenton McBrideIl y a 13 heures

    I can see it

  82. author

    Germán MoralesIl y a 14 heures

    Anyone knows what the music used in this video is?

  83. author

    Matty MattIl y a 14 heures

    cats arent from earth. they came from Thundera

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    KratosIl y a 14 heures

    Sex is real?

  85. author

    MidgetMan 420Il y a 14 heures

    Livyatan melvillei is better/cooler This post was made by the mammal gang

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    SEEtheREPLAYIl y a 15 heures

    Wait. So there is DNA that can’t be traced to Africa? I thought Africa was the cradle?

  87. author

    Toaster StrudelIl y a 15 heures

    Energy. Next question

  88. author

    SupahFans StreetwearIl y a 15 heures

    Dude's well spoken

  89. author

    Yola MontalvanIl y a 15 heures

    Visiting South America I saw the Peruvian Horses. What are they? They look like horses but they don’t run like horses.

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    BIG DADDY peachIl y a 16 heures

    1:28 that’s so damn adorable!

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    Diogo Azevedo LimaIl y a 16 heures

    hi, could you make an episode about the paranthropus tree and what was the big difference between sapiens and them? Thanks

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    Nefaryus DrakeIl y a 16 heures

    Mating with hominins made Ad-Hominins

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    CrabApples13Il y a 16 heures

    cats are the worst!

  94. author

    Seneir BelloIl y a 16 heures

    Make Antarctica great again. 👌👌👌

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    Oddyody OdyIl y a 16 heures

    Sex is about reproduction that's the nature but modern day culture focus on pleasure ignoring reproduction value and family

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    Tlapi DragonIl y a 16 heures

    Idk buddy, everything in the woods at night seems pretty dangerous.

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    Saint SibiyaIl y a 16 heures

    Am I the only one who doesn’t believe non of this but just watched cause it’s interesting?

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    D. H.Il y a 16 heures

    You're looking for evidence but y'all got pictures drawings weirdos where are those man

  99. author

    Doc SBrainIl y a 16 heures

    Awesome video.

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    Dockito InformaIl y a 17 heures

    How can you NOT like something that teaches you stuff?