National Geographic Channel, in a partnership with Mental Floss, will capture the drama of an awake deep brain stimulation (DBS) surgery, a modern-day medical marvel, to celebrate our most complex machine, the human brain.â¨This image is from Brain Surgery Live.
London: The Twins have two special guests over for drinks. Unfortunately, they have not chilled the wine. They use frozen grapes to chill the wine which proves to be a huge success! This image is from How to Win at Everything.
Explorers who first found this pitcher plant reported finding the carcass of a dead rat inside....But this tree shrew's nimble toes are in no danger of losing their grip. In fact, it's the ideal size to straddle the pitcher's bowl without falling in. It seems to have outwitted the plant â polishing off its nectar supply in one go. This image is from Wild Vietnam.
This colourful primate is never seen on the ground in the wild as it spends most of its time eating. So much so their stomach makes up a quarter of their body weight. Their tails are as long as their bodies providing excellent balance when leaping through the canopy. This image is from Wild Vietnam.
London: It's a glorious summer day and The Twins are having a BBQ. They have released they have forgotten the firelighters. One of the twins has an excellent idea and suggests using tortilla chips to help light the charcoal. This image is from How to Win at Everything.
California: Hollywood action star and environmental advocate former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger cameos as Bill Nye's climate change therapist in Explorer: Bill Nye's Global Meltdown. This image is from Bill Nye's Global Meltdown.
Ethiopian Architecture students assemble the components of a tower that is designed by Italian Architect Arturo Vittori to collect drinking water from fog in a Dorze village in Ethiopia. This image is from Breakthrough.