Its the beginning of week ten of the North Atlantic bluefin tuna season in Gloucester, Massachusetts, and, with only six weeks of fishing left, the competition is heating up,
Creatures great and small struggle to live in Hawaii's waters, battling the lava, currents and each other in an epic tale of survival.
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From dancing on a chair to playing racquet sports, Richard Hammond explains the science behind the world’s most jaw-dropping amateur stunts gone wrong.
Discover how the two sides of your brain operate, what they really control and whether or not one side of your brain dominates the other.
From knowing when to cross the road to avoiding hot stoves, your brain is constantly making judgments. So where does this common sense come from?
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