Stay entertained and educated with MinuteEarth. Launched in 2013, the YouTube channel's mission is simple: "to tell more down-to-Earth stories." Do not be fooled by the name, as most videos are more than a minute long. However, they do tackle some big topics in a relatively short amount of time (ranging from about 3-15 minutes). Most of the content is driven by curiosities and questions about "our awesome planet." Videos answer a range of questions, both the niche (see "Why It Sucks to Be a Male Hyena") and common (see "Where Did Earth's Water Come From?"). Have a question for the team? They welcome viewer submissions in the comments section of videos or via their social media channels. Readers can join more than two million current subscribers on the YouTube channel linked above and may also want to follow along on Twitter (@MinuteEarth), Instagram (@minute_earth), and TikTok (@minuteearth). MinuteEarth is produced by Neptune Studios, LLC and created by a "group of scientists, writers, and illustrators with a passion for sharing our curiosity (and where it leads!) with the world."