How Do Large Desert Animals Find Water?

An animated coyote (left) and a camel (right) face each other on rolling sand dunes. Hovering above their heads is the word "H20," which is crossed out.

Large wildlife have a more difficult time keeping cool and hydrated, and have adapted differently to survive in arid ecosystems. From coyotes to tortoises to camels, Owen Megura explains some unique survival tactics large animals have evolved in the harsh conditions of their desert habitat in this short animation.

What Happens (To Our Bodies) After We Die

An animated outline of a prone human body with purple, green, and gray discoloration representing decay. On the upper-right corner, an animated timer with the hand pointed at 11:00 symbolizes the amount of time that has passed.

e is much speculation about what happens to our consciousness after we die — but there is no debate on what happens to the corpse we leave behind! From death to skeletonization, Amelia Fuentes presents an animated timeline of the various stages of decomposition of the human body.

The Science Of Why Marijuana Makes Your Eyes Red

An animated marijuana grinder. The lid is hovering slightly over the instrument, revealing a pinch of marijuana.

Marijuana use is indelibly associated with red eyes — have you ever wondered why? In this animated short, Sophie Geyrosaga explains how marijuana consumption may temporarily affect the circulatory system, dilating blood vessels in the eyes to the point that they might appear to be bloodshot!