Northern California's KQED public television and radio station has created a number of high-quality educational resources, including the science literacy-focused Above the Noise (see the 04-19-2017 Scout Report). One of the latest projects of KQED is Deep Look: a series of videos created in collaboration with PBS Digital Studios. Deep Look is dedicated to exploring science and nature questions by exploring natural phenomena in-depth. For instance, one recent episode (not for the faint of heart) explains why ticks are so successful at latching onto humans. Another recent episode investigates the mating rituals of the praying mantis. Visitors can browse previous episodes of Deep Look by exploring thematic playlists, including marine life, creepy crawly, and Deep Look fan favorites. New episodes of Deep Look are released twice a month.
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