TED-ed科普自然历史动画短片全128集下载 mp4/1080p/英语/srt中英字幕 百度云网盘

视频名称:TED-ed 科普自然历史动画短片
视频集数:共128集
视频格式:mp4
视频分辨率:1920×1080(1080p)
视频语言:英语发音 srt中英文字幕
视频类型:科普 | 自然 | 历史
播出时间:2020年
下载方式:百度网盘下载
适合年龄:4-12岁

TED-Ed是TED网站专为教师和学生提供高质量课程的频道,简短且屡获殊荣的动画视频,旨在激发各地学习者的好奇心。每个TED-Ed动画都是专家之间的创造性合作的产物。这些专家可能包括TED演讲者和TED研究员,以及教育工作者、设计师、动画师、编剧、导演、科学作家、历史学家、记者和编辑。这些原创动画视频与问题和资源相结合,构成了TED-Ed。你也许会看到一些无厘头的话题:“如何将熟鸡蛋变生”,“为什么番茄酱这么难挤?”;又或许会看到一些 有趣搞笑 的话题“动物也会诈骗吗?”,“为什么有些人会秃顶?”;又或是一些 神秘 深奥 的话题:“黑洞有可能被摧毁吗?”,“你能解开穿越时空的谜题吗?”。这些问题都会以一种科学的讲解方式用动画展现出来,短短几分钟,让你收获的不仅仅是英语的提升,还有知识层面的扩充。

本资源是TED-ed科普自然历史动画短片的视频下载,共128集,每集播放时长约5~10分钟左右,资源总大小共5.42G,mp4高清1080p分辨率,英语发音,提供外置srt英文和中文字幕,百度云网盘下载,适合4-12岁的小朋友观看。

剧集目录:

A brief history of dogs – David Ian Howe
A guide to the energy of the Earth – Joshua M. Sneideman
A simple way to tell insects apart – Anika Hazra
Attack of the killer algae – Eric Noel Mu?oz.mp4
Bird migration, a perilous journey – Alyssa Klavans
Can animals be deceptive_ – Eldridge Adams
Can plants talk to each other_ – Richard Karban
Can the ocean run out of oxygen_ – Kate Slabosky
Cannibalism in the animal kingdom – Bill Schutt
Cicadas_ The dormant army beneath your feet – Rose Eveleth
Curiosity, discovery and gecko feet – Robert Full
Dead stuff_ The secret ingredient in our food chain – John C. Moore
Do animals have language_ – Michele Bishop
Do we really need pesticides_ – Fernan Pérez-Gálvez
Evolution in a Big City
Feedback loops_ How nature gets its rhythms – Anje-Margriet Neutel
Five fingers of evolution – Paul Andersen
From the top of the food chain down_ Rewilding our world – George Monbiot
Got seeds_ Just add bleach, acid and sandpaper – Mary Koga
History through the eyes of a chicken – Chris A. Kniesly
How a fly flies – Michael Dickinson
How a single-celled organism almost wiped out life on Earth – Anusuya Willis
How bees help plants have sex – Fernanda S. Valdovinos
How did feathers evolve_ – Carl Zimmer
How do animals experience pain_ – Robyn J. Crook
How do animals see in the dark_ – Anna St?ckl.mp4
How do birds learn to sing_ – Partha P. Mitra
How do crystals work_ – Graham Baird
How do dogs _see_ with their noses_ – Alexandra Horowitz
How do geckos defy gravity_ – Eleanor Nelsen
How do schools of fish swim in harmony_ – Nathan S. Jacobs
How do tornadoes form_ – James Spann
How do we know what color dinosaurs were_ – Len Bloch
How does a jellyfish sting_ – Neosha S Kashef
How life came to land – Tierney Thys
How Mendel’s pea plants helped us understand genetics – Hortensia Jiménez Díaz
How North America got its shape – Peter J. Haproff
How parasites change their host’s behavior – Jaap de Roode
How plants tell time – Dasha Savage
How smart are dolphins_ – Lori Marino
How smart are orangutans_ – Lu Gao
How tall can a tree grow_ – Valentin Hammoudi
How to fossilize…yourself – Phoebe A. Cohen
How to speak monkey_ The language of cotton-top tamarins – Anne Savage
How tsunamis work – Alex Gendler
How turtle shells evolved… twice – Judy Cebra Thomas
How we think complex cells evolved – Adam Jacobson
Inside the ant colony – Deborah M. Gordon
Inside the killer whale matriarchy – Darren Croft
Is fire a solid, a liquid, or a gas_ – Elizabeth Cox
Licking bees and pulping trees_ The reign of a wasp queen – Kenny Coogan
Making sense of how life fits together – Bobbi Seleski
Mating frenzies, sperm hoards, and brood raids_ the life of a fire ant queen – Walter R. Tschinkel
Meet the tardigrade, the toughest animal on Earth – Thomas Boothby
Myths and misconceptions about evolution – Alex Gendler
Nature’s smallest factory_ The Calvin cycle – Cathy Symington
No one can figure out how eels have sex – Lucy Cooke
Poison vs. venom_ What’s the difference_ – Rose Eveleth
Pruney fingers_ A gripping story – Mark Changizi
Reasons for the seasons – Rebecca Kaplan
Sex Determination_ More Complicated Than You Thought
Symbiosis_ A surprising tale of species cooperation – David Gonzales
The amazing ways plants defend themselves – Valentin Hammoudi
The Arctic vs. the Antarctic – Camille Seaman
The big-beaked, rock-munching fish that protect coral reefs – Mike Gil
The brilliance of bioluminescence – Leslie Kenna
The bug that poops candy – George Zaidan
The case of the vanishing honeybees – Emma Bryce
The Cockroach Beatbox
The coelacanth_ A living fossil of a fish – Erin Eastwood
The colossal consequences of supervolcanoes – Alex Gendler
The evolution of animal genitalia – Menno Schilthuizen
The ferocious predatory dinosaurs of Cretaceous Sahara – Nizar Ibrahim
The fish that walk on land – Noah R. Bressman
The game-changing amniotic egg – April Tucker
The hidden worlds within natural history museums – Joshua Drew
The loathsome, lethal mosquito – Rose Eveleth
The lovable (and lethal) sea lion – Claire Simeone
The most colorful gemstones on Earth – Jeff Dekofsky
The most lightning-struck place on Earth – Graeme Anderson
The mysterious origins of life on Earth – Luka Seamus Wright
The Pangaea Pop-up – Michael Molina
The popularity, plight and poop of penguins – Dyan deNapoli
The science of snowflakes – Maru?a Brada?.mp4
The science of static electricity – Anuradha Bhagwat
The science of symmetry – Colm Kelleher
The secret language of trees – Camille Defrenne and Suzanne Simard
The sexual deception of orchids – Anne Gaskett
The simple story of photosynthesis and food – Amanda Ooten
The surprising reasons animals play dead – Tierney Thys
The threat of invasive species – Jennifer Klos
The three different ways mammals give birth – Kate Slabosky
The truth about bats – Amy Wray
The weird and wonderful metamorphosis of the butterfly – Franziska Bauer
The wild world of carnivorous plants – Kenny Coogan
The world’s largest organism – Alex Rosenthal
Tracking grizzly bears from space – David Laskin
Turbulence_ one of the great unsolved mysteries of physics – Tomás Chor
Vermicomposting_ How worms can reduce our waste – Matthew Ross
What happens when continents collide_ – Juan D. Carrillo
What is dust made of_ – Michael Marder
What is the biggest single-celled organism_ – Murry Gans
What would happen if every human suddenly disappeared_ – Dan Kwartler
What’s below the tip of the iceberg_ – Camille Seaman
What’s hidden among the tallest trees on Earth_ – Wendell Oshiro
What’s so great about the Great Lakes_ – Cheri Dobbs and Jennifer Gabrys
When will the next mass extinction occur_ – Borths, D’Emic, and Pritchard
Where did Earth’s water come from_ – Zachary Metz
Where do genes come from_ – Carl Zimmer
Where we get our fresh water – Christiana Z. Peppard
Who owns the _wilderness__ – Elyse Cox
Why are earthquakes so hard to predict_ – Jean-Baptiste P. Koehl
Why are fish fish-shaped_ – Lauren Sallan
Why are sloths so slow_ – Kenny Coogan
Why are there so many insects_ – Murry Gans
Why are there so many types of apples_ – Theresa Doud
Why can’t some birds fly_ –  Gillian Gibb
Why certain naturally occurring wildfires are necessary – Jim Schulz
Why do animals form swarms_ – Maria R. D’Orsogna
Why do animals have such different lifespans_ – Joao Pedro de Magalhaes
Why do cats act so weird_ – Tony Buffington
Why do we harvest horseshoe crab blood_ – Elizabeth Cox
Why do we kiss under mistletoe_ – Carlos Reif
Why don’t poisonous animals poison themselves_ – Rebecca D. Tarvin
Why elephants never forget – Alex Gendler
Why is biodiversity so important_ – Kim Preshoff
Why is Mount Everest so tall_ – Michele Koppes
Why isn’t the world covered in poop_ – Eleanor Slade and Paul Manning

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