Watch the video of Yann Arthus-Betrand’s aerial footage of Lake Como, Italy. A unique, stunning view of one of the world’s most fascinating landscapes.
The Himalayan peaks as you’ve never seen them before
Footage showing the Himalayan peaks in high, very high definition.
The mountains you can see in the photo are not those of the Paramount logo, but the Ama Dablam, one of the most extraordinary Himalayan peaks. The Teton gravity research, an American action sports media company, released an aerial footage shot with a helicopter that shows the highest Himalayan peaks. At over 6,000 m of altitude and with a video resolution that, according to those who realised it, has never been seen before the Everest (8,848 metres), Lhotse (8,516 metres) and Ama Dablam (6,856 metres) give us an incredible adrenaline rush.
Do you know how bees come into the world and grow? Here’s a 60-second video that shows their first 21 days of life.
Visit Japan during hanami to admire sakura flowering thanks to this video of blossoming cherry trees.
A 60-second video made by American and British scientists explains what climate change is.
The New York Times’ time lapse of the blizzard Juno, which hit Manhattan Island on the 27th of January.
Let’s experience the summer solstice in Alaska, when the sun never sets, in this stunning video. It’s the midnight sun.
The plastic we use ends up in the oceans of the whole world, causing huge damages to marine biodiversity. This sentence is explained in the short film entitled it’s a plastic world.
Here’s the official video of Greenpeace’s campaign to ask Lego to be done with Shell.
Incredible time-lapse video shows the night-sky from every possible angle.