Dancing brings joy to both those performing it and the people watching. For proof, look no further than the videos produced by Masaka Kids Africana, an organization that is dedicated to supporting children in “education and social well being, through their talents.” The troupe is composed of kids (ages two and up) from Uganda. They all are incredible dancers and show off their awe-inspiring moves in charming routines set to African tunes.
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Have you ever wondered how flamingos eat with their curved bills? The San Diego Zoo is educating the public on flamingo feeding habits with a new video showing the brilliantly pink birds feeding underwater. The video was taken at the birds' mealtime by an underwater camera placed inside the zoo's flamingo feeding pool. In the video, the birds dip their hooked bills to skim the bottom.
Summertime is full of insects, as moths hover around porch lights and fireflies light up in the night.
Billie Eilish and her brother Finneas were recently invited to perform for NPR’s Tiny Desk concert series.
Eight years after his last public stunt, American illusionist David Blaine completed yet another stunning spectacle with The Ascension. Streamed live on YouTube, the performance saw Blaine get carried up and away by 52 helium balloons. After reaching an incredible altitude of 24,900 feet, he then parachuted back to Earth. The moving performance was inspired both by his childhood and his nine-year-old daughter Dessa.
We've all seen old science fiction films where, in the future, people are zipping around on their flying cars.
At 19 years old, violinist Sumina Studer mastered a musical piece known for its speed and difficult bow movements.
Dutch landscape photographer Albert Dros is known for his imagery of locales like Kyrgyzstan and Antarctica, as well as explorations of his home country. Now thanks to his new 4K time-lapse, he's able to show off the beauty of Amsterdam. The film was two years in the making and is an inspiring tribute to this jewel of a city.
Much of a garden's lifecycle passes quietly beneath our noses.
YouTubers Tim and Fred Williams are 22-year-old twins who have devoted their channel to filming their reactions to iconic songs.