Moray eels and honeybees aren't usually found in the same habitats, but they sure seem to blend well on Nature's online video archive. Designed to complement selected articles and letters from their print magazine, these videos feature analysis and commentary from Nature editors and selected scientists. This archive contains over two dozen video features that report on the honeybee genome, smoking and lung cancer genes, and the evolution of language. It's easy to see how educators might use these videos in the classroom, and even those who are just a bit curious about these topics might find themselves drawn into a certain topic. Overall, the site is a real delight, and it's one that visitors will want to recommend to friends and associates.
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