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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.
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8:13How We Domesticated Cats (Twice)
How We Domesticated Cats (Twice)Ko‘rishlar soni 2 mln9 kun oldin
13:11Were These Monsters Inspired by Fossils?
Were These Monsters Inspired by Fossils?Ko‘rishlar soni 406 ming16 kun oldin
10:28When Hobbits Were Real
When Hobbits Were RealKo‘rishlar soni 330 ming23 kun oldin
8:14The Case of the Dinosaur Egg Thief
The Case of the Dinosaur Egg ThiefKo‘rishlar soni 206 mingOy oldin
12:14When Antarctica Was Green
When Antarctica Was GreenKo‘rishlar soni 617 mingOy oldin
10:40When Giant Lemurs Ruled Madagascar
When Giant Lemurs Ruled MadagascarKo‘rishlar soni 263 mingOy oldin
9:05How Pterosaurs Got Their Wings
How Pterosaurs Got Their WingsKo‘rishlar soni 311 mingOy oldin
11:37When Bats Took Flight
When Bats Took FlightKo‘rishlar soni 409 ming2 oy oldin
9:02The Raptor That Made Us Rethink Dinosaurs
The Raptor That Made Us Rethink DinosaursKo‘rishlar soni 426 ming2 oy oldin
10:17The Missing Link That Wasn’t
The Missing Link That Wasn’tKo‘rishlar soni 505 ming2 oy oldin
11:11Was This Dinosaur a Cannibal?
Was This Dinosaur a Cannibal?Ko‘rishlar soni 465 ming3 oy oldin
7:06When Giant Deer Roamed Eurasia
When Giant Deer Roamed EurasiaKo‘rishlar soni 519 ming3 oy oldin
10:39How Earth's First, Unkillable Animals Saved the World
How Earth's First, Unkillable Animals Saved the WorldKo‘rishlar soni 621 ming3 oy oldin
10:59How Volcanoes Froze the Earth (Twice)
How Volcanoes Froze the Earth (Twice)Ko‘rishlar soni 833 ming4 oy oldin
13:29When We Met Other Human Species
When We Met Other Human SpeciesKo‘rishlar soni 2 mln4 oy oldin
9:58When Ichthyosaurs Led a Revolution in the Seas
When Ichthyosaurs Led a Revolution in the SeasKo‘rishlar soni 529 ming4 oy oldin
10:55When the Synapsids Struck Back
When the Synapsids Struck BackKo‘rishlar soni 529 ming4 oy oldin
12:10How Evolution Works (And How We Figured It Out)
How Evolution Works (And How We Figured It Out)Ko‘rishlar soni 366 ming5 oy oldin
7:57The Hellacious Lives of the "Hell Pigs"
The Hellacious Lives of the "Hell Pigs"Ko‘rishlar soni 566 ming5 oy oldin
8:32The Ghostly Origins of the Big Cats
The Ghostly Origins of the Big CatsKo‘rishlar soni 784 ming6 oy oldin
12:43When We Took Over the World
When We Took Over the WorldKo‘rishlar soni 698 ming6 oy oldin
9:08The Croc That Ran on Hooves
The Croc That Ran on HoovesKo‘rishlar soni 1.1 mln6 oy oldin
11:16The Mystery Behind the Biggest Bears of All Time
The Mystery Behind the Biggest Bears of All TimeKo‘rishlar soni 706 ming6 oy oldin
12:57When We Tamed Fire
When We Tamed FireKo‘rishlar soni 796 ming7 oy oldin
11:41When Giant Scorpions Swarmed the Seas
When Giant Scorpions Swarmed the SeasKo‘rishlar soni 562 ming7 oy oldin
10:10When We First Made Tools
When We First Made ToolsKo‘rishlar soni 525 ming7 oy oldin
8:55The Giant Bird That Got Lost in Time
The Giant Bird That Got Lost in TimeKo‘rishlar soni 1 mln8 oy oldin
12:45The Island of Huge Hamsters and Giant Owls
The Island of Huge Hamsters and Giant OwlsKo‘rishlar soni 704 ming8 oy oldin
9:48The Evolution of the Heart (A Love Story)
The Evolution of the Heart (A Love Story)Ko‘rishlar soni 489 ming9 oy oldin
12:15The Island of Shrinking Mammoths
The Island of Shrinking MammothsKo‘rishlar soni 519 ming9 oy oldin
12:22The Humans That Lived Before Us
The Humans That Lived Before UsKo‘rishlar soni 1.2 mln9 oy oldin
10:28How Blood Evolved (Many Times)
How Blood Evolved (Many Times)Ko‘rishlar soni 1.4 mln10 oy oldin
9:52When Humans Were Prey
When Humans Were PreyKo‘rishlar soni 2.4 mln10 oy oldin
11:13Why Megalodon (Definitely) Went Extinct
Why Megalodon (Definitely) Went ExtinctKo‘rishlar soni 8 mln11 oy oldin
8:55When Apes Conquered Europe
When Apes Conquered EuropeKo‘rishlar soni 610 ming11 oy oldin
12:41When Sharks Swam the Great Plains
When Sharks Swam the Great PlainsKo‘rishlar soni 776 ming11 oy oldin
12:21How Sloths Went From the Seas to the Trees
How Sloths Went From the Seas to the TreesKo‘rishlar soni 1.3 mln11 oy oldin
10:12When Camels Roamed North America
When Camels Roamed North AmericaKo‘rishlar soni 773 ming11 oy oldin
7:32When Birds Stopped Flying
When Birds Stopped FlyingKo‘rishlar soni 531 mingYil oldin
10:20When Rodents Rafted Across the Ocean
When Rodents Rafted Across the OceanKo‘rishlar soni 504 mingYil oldin
9:32The Two People We're All Related To
The Two People We're All Related ToKo‘rishlar soni 1.3 mlnYil oldin
12:26Your Place in the Primate Family Tree
Your Place in the Primate Family TreeKo‘rishlar soni 394 mingYil oldin
10:53When Giant Amphibians Reigned
When Giant Amphibians ReignedKo‘rishlar soni 806 mingYil oldin
11:48Can We Get DNA From Fossils?
Can We Get DNA From Fossils?Ko‘rishlar soni 538 mingYil oldin
13:32Did Raptorex Really Exist?
Did Raptorex Really Exist?Ko‘rishlar soni 568 mingYil oldin
12:16When We First Walked
When We First WalkedKo‘rishlar soni 500 mingYil oldin
9:42Life, Sex & Death Among the Dire Wolves
Life, Sex & Death Among the Dire WolvesKo‘rishlar soni 652 mingYil oldin
9:38The Rise and Fall of the Bone-Crushing Dogs
The Rise and Fall of the Bone-Crushing DogsKo‘rishlar soni 2.3 mlnYil oldin
9:39How a Supervolcano Made the Cenozoic’s Coolest Fossils
10:01How Horses Took Over North America (Twice)
How Horses Took Over North America (Twice)Ko‘rishlar soni 1 mlnYil oldin
12:22When Birds Had Teeth
When Birds Had TeethKo‘rishlar soni 601 mingYil oldin
10:19When Fish Wore Armor
When Fish Wore ArmorKo‘rishlar soni 778 mingYil oldin
8:34The Mystery of the Eocene’s Lethal Lake
The Mystery of the Eocene’s Lethal LakeKo‘rishlar soni 828 mingYil oldin
9:11When Insects First Flew
When Insects First FlewKo‘rishlar soni 621 mingYil oldin
10:02FAQs From Our First Year
FAQs From Our First YearKo‘rishlar soni 215 mingYil oldin
59:27Eons 1-Year Birthday Livestream!!!!
Eons 1-Year Birthday Livestream!!!!Ko‘rishlar soni 34 mingYil oldin
7:41How the T-Rex Lost Its Arms
How the T-Rex Lost Its ArmsKo‘rishlar soni 2 mlnYil oldin
9:08When Fish First Breathed Air
When Fish First Breathed AirKo‘rishlar soni 929 mingYil oldin
2:09Eons Is Evolving! Join Us on Patreon!
Eons Is Evolving! Join Us on Patreon!Ko‘rishlar soni 33 mingYil oldin
8:14Where Did Viruses Come From?
Where Did Viruses Come From?Ko‘rishlar soni 2 mlnYil oldin
10:10Why Triassic Animals Were Just the Weirdest
Why Triassic Animals Were Just the WeirdestKo‘rishlar soni 1.9 mlnYil oldin
8:04That Time It Rained for Two Million Years
That Time It Rained for Two Million YearsKo‘rishlar soni 6 mlnYil oldin
13:01From the Fall of Dinos to the Rise of Humans
From the Fall of Dinos to the Rise of HumansKo‘rishlar soni 1.9 mlnYil oldin
8:18The Weird, Watery Tale of Spinosaurus
The Weird, Watery Tale of SpinosaurusKo‘rishlar soni 874 mingYil oldin
11:07The Age of Reptiles in Three Acts
The Age of Reptiles in Three ActsKo‘rishlar soni 1.3 mlnYil oldin
7:58How the Chalicothere Split In Two
How the Chalicothere Split In TwoKo‘rishlar soni 733 mingYil oldin
8:32How the Squid Lost Its Shell
How the Squid Lost Its ShellKo‘rishlar soni 2.6 mlnYil oldin
8:12Inside the Dinosaur Library
Inside the Dinosaur LibraryKo‘rishlar soni 181 mingYil oldin
7:00The Most Useful Fossils in the World
The Most Useful Fossils in the WorldKo‘rishlar soni 382 mingYil oldin
8:52What a Dinosaur Looks Like Under a Microscope
What a Dinosaur Looks Like Under a MicroscopeKo‘rishlar soni 225 mingYil oldin
9:12How the Turtle Got Its Shell
How the Turtle Got Its ShellKo‘rishlar soni 1.4 mlnYil oldin
6:54The Other Explosion You Should Know About
The Other Explosion You Should Know AboutKo‘rishlar soni 575 mingYil oldin
6:22How Sex Became a Thing
How Sex Became a ThingKo‘rishlar soni 482 mingYil oldin
11:58From the Cambrian Explosion to the Great Dying
From the Cambrian Explosion to the Great DyingKo‘rishlar soni 1.2 mlnYil oldin
9:18The Whole Saga of the Supercontinents
The Whole Saga of the SupercontinentsKo‘rishlar soni 1 mlnYil oldin
7:21The Great Snake Debate
The Great Snake DebateKo‘rishlar soni 1.1 mlnYil oldin
6:41Untangling the Devil's Corkscrew
Untangling the Devil's CorkscrewKo‘rishlar soni 1.3 mlnYil oldin
5:55The Time Terror Birds Invaded
The Time Terror Birds InvadedKo‘rishlar soni 1.2 mlnYil oldin
7:57How Two Microbes Changed History
How Two Microbes Changed HistoryKo‘rishlar soni 442 mingYil oldin
1:00:21Eons Livestream Q&A
Eons Livestream Q&AKo‘rishlar soni 35 mingYil oldin
6:38When Giant Fungi Ruled
When Giant Fungi RuledKo‘rishlar soni 1.3 mlnYil oldin
7:25What Happened to the World's Greatest Ape?
What Happened to the World's Greatest Ape?Ko‘rishlar soni 2.9 mlnYil oldin
10:54The Last Time the Globe Warmed
The Last Time the Globe WarmedKo‘rishlar soni 4 mlnYil oldin
10:01The Facts About Dinosaurs & Feathers
The Facts About Dinosaurs & FeathersKo‘rishlar soni 773 mingYil oldin
5:37The Search for the Earliest Life
The Search for the Earliest LifeKo‘rishlar soni 443 ming2 yil oldin
12:08A Brief History of Geologic Time
A Brief History of Geologic TimeKo‘rishlar soni 1.2 mln2 yil oldin
12:20An Illustrated History of Dinosaurs
An Illustrated History of DinosaursKo‘rishlar soni 1 mln2 yil oldin
6:17When Whales Walked
When Whales WalkedKo‘rishlar soni 1.6 mln2 yil oldin
5:06'Living Fossils' Aren't Really a Thing
'Living Fossils' Aren't Really a ThingKo‘rishlar soni 299 ming2 yil oldin
5:37When The Earth Was Purple
When The Earth Was PurpleKo‘rishlar soni 795 ming2 yil oldin
6:11How Did Dinosaurs Get So Huge?
How Did Dinosaurs Get So Huge?Ko‘rishlar soni 1.7 mln2 yil oldin
5:48History's Most Powerful Plants
History's Most Powerful PlantsKo‘rishlar soni 615 ming2 yil oldin
6:54The Age of Giant Insects
The Age of Giant InsectsKo‘rishlar soni 1.6 mln2 yil oldin
4:16The Strange Case of the Buzzsaw Jaws
The Strange Case of the Buzzsaw JawsKo‘rishlar soni 651 ming2 yil oldin
8:31The Extinction That Never Happened
The Extinction That Never HappenedKo‘rishlar soni 2.1 mln2 yil oldin
6:49Dimetrodon: Our Most Unlikely Ancestor
Dimetrodon: Our Most Unlikely AncestorKo‘rishlar soni 887 ming2 yil oldin
5:15The Biggest Thing That Ever Flew
The Biggest Thing That Ever FlewKo‘rishlar soni 976 ming2 yil oldin
5:44That Time Oxygen Almost Killed Everything
That Time Oxygen Almost Killed EverythingKo‘rishlar soni 1.2 mln2 yil oldin


  • 9:39 Hypothetical Surviving Bird got his own caption.

  • This channel is the only thing getting me throught the flu rn

  • Proof that ALL cats are domesticated by humans ....... nypost.com/video/defiant-cat-shows-dad-whos-boss/ Enjoy😁

  • I think not because whales are now being hunted

  • Best video of the day! Thanks.

  • If only this happened in California 😓

  • Not here to watch the vid, just to say: We domesticated cats because otherwise, the world would be unsafe

  • I watched it UZtorrent! Are you happy?

  • I have class in 10 min, why am I watching this

  • 🤘🐌🤘

  • Why doesn't Steve have a last name?

  • just blame it on the cats. XD

  • Cats are king😸

  • I love when he says wild kitty’s

  • Silvesteris? Sylvester!!

  • 🌈

  • Thanks fun guy

  • Sounds like Norway

  • Apparently fish first began to breath air the moment they breathed air. Wowzers

  • I think pbs eons is forgetting about the ultimate hide and seek champion. Bigfoot.

  • The Weather Channel probably reduced their staff during it.

  • If your cat's constantly peeing on your laundry, theyvd either got a territorial issue with a cat outside, or theyve got a urinary infection x)

  • I've always wondered if carnotaurus or something similar may have been where myths about the minotaur may have come from, after all, it was bi-pedal, had bull like horns on its head, and sharp flesh rending teeth, just a thought

  • Of course . ALL monster tales were written by archeologysts. Thats a fact Google proves it

  • Every time she said “niche” incorrectly I died a little more

  • I learned that humans first domesticated cats not only in North Africa, but also Southeast Asia. This speculation from the genetic analysis can solve the mystery of the 9,500-year-old house cat remain from Cyprus.

  • the reason behind our ignorance about big cats ancestors is that people dont want to invest lot of money on this type of research. moreover probably few people are really interested on this subject

  • Well, it's not surprising. Don't you know what Cyprus stands for? It's actually an abbreviation: C - Crazy cat lady land y - p - r - u - s -

  • I forgot where I got this info but here’s what it said: A group of researchers have conducted a deep sea research, after detecting abnormal activities with the current in where the device was, which was miles below the sea, the researchers pulled up to see it was attacked by an unknown creature, in which the bitemarks might indicate megalodons might be still alive but surviving in the deep sea in small numbers. I’m not really sure about that though

  • It would not have been dumb. I would watch the hell out of The Chronicles of Carnia ,haha

  • theres an error in the title , it should be "how cats trained us "

  • 왜 자꾸 끊기죠??

  • Im diggin’ that shirt

  • i wonder if the dinosaurs were shamed into paying taxes to combat the climate change!

    • ced ced - That hypothetical money would have been better spent on asteroid deflection. Hindsight is 20/20. Alas they lacked reason. Apparently so do humans. Their extinction came from the sky. Ours will come by our own stupidity and of our own creation. Alas!

  • This croc has a lot of horse power

  • No actually it's the other way around . We work for our pet cats we are their butlers

  • "that time it rained for two million years" *weathering with you intensifies*

  • Hank Green shows up at PBS, too?! He’s everywhere!

  • Cats are better than dogs.

  • Ok but why the man bun?

  • Great video I like to find out more the problem that I have a disability I'm a stroke and cardiac arrest survivor just to clarify and the one stupid question I have is if living things change over time including us humans, how come the change doesn't go from having one thing and the next generation its something else?

  • We don't...

  • T-Rex might've have a brown feather that covered most of it's body since he's an apex predator. And an apex predator has no bright colors at all. This might help Trex to camouflage to catch a prey.

  • I'm a Christian.

  • OMG! I can't believe there's a UZtorrent video mentioning Klagenfurt!

  • I don't think cats are domestic animals at all. I love the information you've provided, but their behaviors and instincts just lead me to this conclusion.

  • There are interspecies hybrids in nature. Look at Cuora seratta for example that comes from two separate turtle species within two separate genera. The hybrids are fertile too!

  • The Egyptians did that

  • So it's not clickbait, how is this even possible :D

  • If cats weren’t domesticated they would kill someone in a few seconds

  • Meow

  • What I learned out of this: We need to breed cats for a variety of purposes like we do with dogs. I want a huge guard cat!

  • Worst mistake humanity has ever made (twice)

  • It probably could've been bipedal, since looking at other discoveries, the real thing could actually be a lot chubbier than we thought. Maybe its tail was fatter and kinda stiff?

  • So... You don't consider Baryonyx semi-aquatic??

  • You come frome easu

  • They all had man buns back then?

  • I have 2 cats, they are amazing. I love cats

  • Just a lil kitty

  • -That looks like a person, i will reproduce with it

  • If cats had opposable thumbs they would over throw the human race

  • You mentioned predation starting during the Cambrian and I heard of the Cambrian arms race. But how did predation first form? How do you know soft bodied predators like jellyfish and carnivorous worms didn’t exist before them? Was predation a step up from filter feeding taking on larger particles until some were life? Did it arise from scavenging? Waiting for prey to break down leading to struggle to break it apart, leading to grabbing another scavenging creature and using those techniques on it?

  • I'm pretty sure that my grams was friends with that woman.

  • What animal is the bone-crushing dog hunting at 8:08?

  • Yeetkelopterus Idk i hear it like this I'm sorry

  • Mad respect for the meow pun, great execution!

  • also goats are domesticated

  • Bone crushers have tiny heads.

  • The "dragon bones" were used in Chinese medicine for centuries, but these were no dinosaur bones. Those weren't dinosaur fossils, however, but more like cattle bones with oracle inscriptions made during the Shang dynasty.

  • Sounds more like the cats domesticated us

  • I wonder if it's possible that two different species wound up taking the same evolutionary path, and oved the course of eons they continued down this path until eventually they merged into a single species. Its probably not accurate but it could be a minute possiblity.

  • 2:06 what song is that? Where can I find it?

  • The evolution line of whales is kinda... fishy

  • I may have done a DNA thingy and it said I have 5% Neanderthals and I'm 6"2 and come from 7ft grandparents and what not so this midget claim maybe there were giant Neanderthals we just haven't found them. Cause other wise explain a giant with midget Neanderthals 5% DNA family bloodline.

  • Wow... People can actually research

  • How about the science bahind Mariah Carey's vocals? 😍

  • Can't we just cut to the chase and blame it on climate change?

  • My favorite way to eat carrots are in rich, hearty stews.

  • The crocs were just dressing up as horses for halloween.

  • What about smilodon and other sabre toothed cats? I thought that they would atleast share some ancestry.

  • Does this mean I'm my own grandpa?

  • Nice warm, I like it,

  • Guys just use raw fish and crouch next to the cat to domesticated them!

  • there is no science behind it. cats love meet, humans hunt and bring meet, humans shares with cat, cat loves meet and now his new domesticated human pet.

  • Can you imagine a Bone-Crusher Chihuahua mix?

  • So, are humans domestic or wild?

  • KITTIES!! 😍

  • Year 3000: "How we made cats famous on internet"

  • Because something that big has no sustainable food source in the modern oceans. There. End of discussion.

  • Hey I like your videos I just finished watching the One You Did On the history of cats

  • Cats are not domesticated by any means they are all still feral. Cats are smart enough that they use hoomans for they're own ends

  • When the cat passed away, the bearded man was sacrificed to be buried with the cat as a means to accompany the cat in the afterlife.

  • Elephant with slapper

  • I thought they were birds. Not reptiles.

  • Humans are a really interesting species instead of just loving and caring for their own they just have to have a pet cat , dog , wolf , tiger , lion , bear etc the list goes on and some of these habits can be dangerous when dealing with wild predators but that’s the way of humans

  • Resume: get your cats neutered :)

  • ok so when it get hot it gets wet, so my question is how much hotter does it need to get now to be wetter in our modern age?

  • ...and Steve.

  • I love this!!

  • It rained over the entire Earth for 2 million years?