PBS Eons
PBS Eons
PBS Eons

Join hosts Hank Green, Kallie Moore, and Blake de Pastino as they take you on a journey through the history of life on Earth. From the dawn of life in the Archaean Eon through the Mesozoic Era - the so-called “Age of Dinosaurs” -- right up to the end of the most recent Ice Age.
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How We Domesticated Cats (Twice)
8:13
When Hobbits Were Real
10:28

When Hobbits Were Real

23 күн мурун

When Antarctica Was Green
12:14
When Bats Took Flight
11:37

When Bats Took Flight

2 ай мурун

The Missing Link That Wasn’t
10:17
Was This Dinosaur a Cannibal?
11:11
When Giant Deer Roamed Eurasia
7:06
When We Met Other Human Species
13:29
When the Synapsids Struck Back
10:55
When We Took Over the World
12:43
The Croc That Ran on Hooves
9:08
When We Tamed Fire
12:57

When We Tamed Fire

7 ай мурун

When We First Made Tools
10:10

When We First Made Tools

7 ай мурун

The Island of Shrinking Mammoths
12:15
The Humans That Lived Before Us
12:22
How Blood Evolved (Many Times)
10:28
When Humans Were Prey
9:52

When Humans Were Prey

10 ай мурун

When Apes Conquered Europe
8:55

When Apes Conquered Europe

11 ай мурун

When Sharks Swam the Great Plains
12:41
When Camels Roamed North America
10:12
When Birds Stopped Flying
7:32

When Birds Stopped Flying

Жыл мурун

When Giant Amphibians Reigned
10:53
Can We Get DNA From Fossils?
11:48
Did Raptorex Really Exist?
13:32
When We First Walked
12:16

When We First Walked

Жыл мурун

When Birds Had Teeth
12:22

When Birds Had Teeth

Жыл мурун

When Fish Wore Armor
10:19

When Fish Wore Armor

Жыл мурун

When Insects First Flew
9:11

When Insects First Flew

Жыл мурун

FAQs From Our First Year
10:02

FAQs From Our First Year

Жыл мурун

How the T-Rex Lost Its Arms
7:41
When Fish First Breathed Air
9:08
Where Did Viruses Come From?
8:14
The Age of Reptiles in Three Acts
11:07
How the Squid Lost Its Shell
8:32
Inside the Dinosaur Library
8:12
How the Turtle Got Its Shell
9:12
How Sex Became a Thing
6:22

How Sex Became a Thing

Жыл мурун

The Great Snake Debate
7:21

The Great Snake Debate

Жыл мурун

The Time Terror Birds Invaded
5:55
Eons Livestream Q&A
1:00:21

Eons Livestream Q&A

Жыл мурун

When Giant Fungi Ruled
6:38

When Giant Fungi Ruled

Жыл мурун

The Last Time the Globe Warmed
10:54
The Search for the Earliest Life
5:37
A Brief History of Geologic Time
12:08
An Illustrated History of Dinosaurs
12:20
When Whales Walked
6:17

When Whales Walked

2 жыл мурун

When The Earth Was Purple
5:37

When The Earth Was Purple

2 жыл мурун

How Did Dinosaurs Get So Huge?
6:11
History's Most Powerful Plants
5:48
The Age of Giant Insects
6:54

The Age of Giant Insects

2 жыл мурун

The Extinction That Never Happened
8:31
The Biggest Thing That Ever Flew
5:15
Жорумдар
  1. Daphne Rodriguez

    Daphne Rodriguez2 мүнөт мурун

    THANKS YOU GOODNESS 🌟,CATS AMAZING,♥️🖤💚 BROWN FAMILY DAPHNE COTTON ALWAYS 💜.♥️ BLOOD,🖤 AFRICAN,💚 HOPE,

  2. Mr Pickles

    Mr Pickles3 мүнөт мурун

    1:06 Explains how we have The Hipster breed of hominin today.

  3. Super Neccessary

    Super Neccessary4 мүнөт мурун

    Can you guys make a video on who killed JEFFREY EPSTEIN.

  4. Jeff Davis

    Jeff Davis9 мүнөт мурун

    My theory: Cats taught ancient man how to distill grains and produce alcohol. They offered "Protection Services" to insure the grains were protected.

  5. Co Si

    Co Si9 мүнөт мурун

    There are not any more because of interbreeding.

  6. Susan Boyle

    Susan Boyle12 мүнөт мурун

    Must’ve been from all those plastic straws...

  7. TheJaps2011

    TheJaps201112 мүнөт мурун

    I discovered this channel by pure chance and i´m hooked. my inner nerd is so freacking happy, keep up the great work!

  8. keo warner

    keo warner15 мүнөт мурун

    I love how cats sort of domesticated themselves by filling the much needed role of pest control

  9. Keowar

    Keowar18 мүнөт мурун

    If i saw 2 T-rexs' hugging id probably become a fossil myself

  10. rational anarchist

    rational anarchist20 мүнөт мурун

    So what you're telling me I could have had a dog the size of a bear if it hadn't been for those pesky cats

  11. Dreckbob Bratpfanne

    Dreckbob Bratpfanne21 мүнөт мурун

    The Perm Trias Event is btw the only event with similar traits as human induced climate change... this is gonna be fun. Not. Great video 👍.

  12. Iggy Dickson

    Iggy Dickson22 мүнөт мурун

    I hate snakes. Interesting video, though.

  13. Botty Paige

    Botty Paige22 мүнөт мурун

    The actual rainforest parts of the Pacific Northwest, like the Olympic Peninsula or Vancouver Island, get a lot more than 55 inches of rain per year. The wettest part of Vancouver gets more than 200 inches. A lot of places in the US people don't think of as particularly wet currently get around 50 inches of rain a year. Pretty much everywhere along the gulf coast, places like Houston, New Orleans and Tampa, get that much rain or more and also most of the cities along the Atlantic Seaboard, from Providence down into NYC, down to Raleigh and even Orlando and Miami get that much rain. Even some cities further inland and on the other side of the Appalachian mountain range like Nashville and Memphis average about 50 inches of rain per year. I hope that helps put that number into perspective for people. (at least the US people) For the Europeans 55 inches seems like a lot more rain. There are only 5 major European cities that get more than 40 inches (~1000 mm) a year. Podgorica, Montenegro (65), Ljubljana, Slovenia (54), Tirana, Albania (48), Glasgow, Scotland (44), and Zurich, Switzerland (41). You'll notice the notoriously damp London doesn't make the list, it only gets about half of what Glasgow gets with 23 inches of rain per year (for any Scots reading, the next time the English complain about the weather feel free to point that out to them) but like the notoriously rainy Seattle (37 inches and every tourist carrying an umbrella) it's cloudy often so people assume it gets a lot of rain.

  14. 50 Shades of Geek

    50 Shades of Geek23 мүнөт мурун

    And that's why I'm NEVER sorry for eating birds!!!

  15. Zimrian Zimrian

    Zimrian Zimrian24 мүнөт мурун

    🌈

  16. Thea Daily

    Thea Daily25 мүнөт мурун

    Who's Steve?

  17. Mark Randall

    Mark Randall26 мүнөт мурун

    The Appaloosa horse actually came over with the Native Americans from Asia and was here long long before the Spanish and European people brought their horses to the Americas. This video needs to be updated with this information.

  18. Lucas Vega

    Lucas Vega34 мүнөт мурун

    Emmm, what about the clouded leopards?

  19. Taylor 1985

    Taylor 198544 мүнөт мурун

    Checkmate atheist!

  20. FatherBootyHands

    FatherBootyHands47 мүнөт мурун

    Dogs are so much better

  21. beastlike 2712

    beastlike 271251 мүнөт мурун

    This guy speaks too quickly. Lose the coffee

  22. OHKPodcasts

    OHKPodcasts53 мүнөт мурун

    Bite marks from T. rex is definitely from fighting

  23. primuseklips

    primuseklipsСаат мурун

    In fact, they still exist today.And they come from an old line via DIBO, PIT GENERAL, ELI etc..

  24. JB

    JBСаат мурун

    If DNA attributes are derived from longevity of one's life (more intercourse) spreading the DNA. Then are modern humans destined to fail if we only pass along DNA through what monetary means we derive in life presently. In short... if a bunch of rich idiots have greater means in life than genius poor population are we destined for failure as a species?

  25. Marina Cover

    Marina CoverСаат мурун

    The comments section is full of cat people🥰

  26. Darshan Kovath

    Darshan KovathСаат мурун

    So basically climate change is not a new thing

  27. Inquisitive

    InquisitiveСаат мурун

    Dang, great grand daddy made it through the dinosaur extinction and danced on a T-Rex carcass.

  28. John Ruud

    John RuudСаат мурун

    I don't think this is true, cats were the ones who taught humans to care for them and they are our owners and overlords.

  29. Brian Scholla

    Brian SchollaСаат мурун

    I cant stop focusing on how pretty her hair looks

  30. Logan Ferguson

    Logan FergusonСаат мурун

    No geological references? More than likely the cats were already on Cyprus when the Mediterranean was flooded.

  31. YASH vadhiya

    YASH vadhiyaСаат мурун

    I see Ross Geller everywhere on this channel

  32. scott left

    scott leftСаат мурун

    Imagine, a thermometer being invented in the early 1700's....amazing huh?

  33. Autistic Guitar

    Autistic GuitarСаат мурун

    What you said about the T-rex arms probably not being used in fighting doesn´t seem too unlikely to me. There are several species that, when fighting for females or territory, use non-lethal methods, even though they easily could.

  34. Flat Earth Foundation

    Flat Earth FoundationСаат мурун

    Wait... the climate changed without human intervention? This can’t be correct, Greta told me it was humans fault, how dare you!

  35. fightingfate451

    fightingfate451Саат мурун

    You know what would be interesting the history of predator and prey. Anomalocaris was our worlds first major predator, but how and why did it become this way? What was the thing that led to such a complex predator/prey relationship and how has this evolved throughout the years to keep adding the complex relationship that exists to this day.

  36. Avisek Ganguly

    Avisek GangulyСаат мурун

    That's almost like a dragon

  37. Sohan Dsouza

    Sohan DsouzaСаат мурун

    Isn't this just Australia? 🤔

  38. Marlon Hernandez

    Marlon HernandezСаат мурун

    So we’re all mutants X

  39. Ian Beddowes

    Ian Beddowes2 саат мурун

    I grew up as a child in central Birmingham, England. Either you livedwith cats or you lived with mice. No middle way.

  40. Michael Farrell

    Michael Farrell2 саат мурун

    Forgot to like the video... The last joke made me immediately run to the like button

  41. Dio Brando

    Dio Brando2 саат мурун

    So it was a mix between Komodo Dragon and a crocodile

  42. RumblinTumblin CowboyShumblin

    RumblinTumblin CowboyShumblin2 саат мурун

    Favorite big cat ? Mine is the Jaguar

  43. Marlon Hernandez

    Marlon Hernandez2 саат мурун

    Now I want to hear the story of the cats....this sounds like the plot to underworld but a lot more interesting and informative.....THIS IS WHAT MOVIES NEED TO BE ABOUT.

  44. UwU

    UwU2 саат мурун

    Most reconstruction art tends to be inaccurate bc they’re usually done without proper information on possible appearance, like how modern depictions of dinos tend to be lizard-like.

  45. Mac Chernac

    Mac Chernac2 саат мурун

    Ah the Orange Lemur-Chicken-Lizard....

  46. IAMDIMITRI

    IAMDIMITRI2 саат мурун

    We absorbed them

  47. Marlon Hernandez

    Marlon Hernandez2 саат мурун

    So even for dogs there’s a missing link?

  48. pawel slabon

    pawel slabon2 саат мурун

    No mate they wouldnt be around today because we would kill them all xD

  49. Wade M. Myers

    Wade M. Myers2 саат мурун

    Ancient kitties :)

  50. VITTXRIO

    VITTXRIO2 саат мурун

    Domesticated cats? My cats are still savage when they want to. They've been living here since 2014. More like mutual agreement or the cat adopts you.

  51. Deja Porter

    Deja Porter2 саат мурун

    All i can say is California..😩

  52. Ulex

    Ulex2 саат мурун

    "How We Domesticated Cats (Twice)" Im sorry to break it to you, we didn´t domesticated cats, at all.

  53. Stephen Guma

    Stephen Guma2 саат мурун

    Humans: We need your help- Chimps: Nah you straight

  54. Christian Pauchet

    Christian Pauchet2 саат мурун

    Just imagine the fossil record Antartica must have underneath all that ice... well... we'll soon find out the way things are changing.

  55. Alonso Alcantar

    Alonso Alcantar2 саат мурун

    Imagine how hard it was for them to walk on 2's because they have no butt muscles.

  56. Matt P - UK

    Matt P - UK2 саат мурун

    So life starts in water... ... Evolves to leave water (100's of millions of years) Lives on land as a hoofed animal Then, evolves to live back in the sea (20 million years) ... Yep, makes sense.

  57. Phil Is My Doctor

    Phil Is My Doctor2 саат мурун

    1:07 *mesa biome*

  58. Brett Faver

    Brett Faver2 саат мурун

    sounds like stockholm syndrome

  59. Jeremiah Scherer

    Jeremiah Scherer2 саат мурун

    I've never met a domesticated cat.

  60. David Wood

    David Wood3 саат мурун

    9:39 Hypothetical Surviving Bird got his own caption.

  61. Kalli Mae Cooke

    Kalli Mae Cooke3 саат мурун

    This channel is the only thing getting me throught the flu rn

  62. BeBe R. Rodriguez

    BeBe R. Rodriguez3 саат мурун

    Proof that ALL cats are domesticated by humans ....... nypost.com/video/defiant-cat-shows-dad-whos-boss/ Enjoy😁

  63. robyn kimberly tan

    robyn kimberly tan3 саат мурун

    I think not because whales are now being hunted

  64. Bill Clinton

    Bill Clinton3 саат мурун

    The only thing surprising about any of this is how long it took the "experts" to figure any of this out. It doesn't take a PhD in anthropology or paleontology to know that humans are potential prey of carnivores, even up to the present day. I am pretty sure if I stuck my toes into crocodile infested waters, I'd end up missing a lot more than just my toes. The only thing I learned from this video is how bias has influenced past researchers and undoubtedly does so today. In other words, to paraphrase this video's presenter, we are always products of what ever is going on around us-even if we don't realize it.

  65. Ryan M

    Ryan M3 саат мурун

    Best video of the day! Thanks.

  66. Alfonso Aguilar

    Alfonso Aguilar3 саат мурун

    If only this happened in California 😓

  67. Fleetwood Snacc

    Fleetwood Snacc3 саат мурун

    Not here to watch the vid, just to say: We domesticated cats because otherwise, the world would be unsafe

  68. eLMoney20

    eLMoney203 саат мурун

    I watched it KGwork! Are you happy?

  69. Dante Kharma

    Dante Kharma3 саат мурун

    I have class in 10 min, why am I watching this

  70. Zimrian Zimrian

    Zimrian Zimrian3 саат мурун

    🤘🐌🤘

  71. Erin Young

    Erin Young3 саат мурун

    Why doesn't Steve have a last name?

  72. Derrick Dans

    Derrick Dans4 саат мурун

    just blame it on the cats. XD

  73. Kalli Mae Cooke

    Kalli Mae Cooke4 саат мурун

    Cats are king😸

  74. Blake Salchow

    Blake Salchow4 саат мурун

    I love when he says wild kitty’s

  75. Shannen Canton

    Shannen Canton4 саат мурун

    Silvesteris? Sylvester!!

  76. Zimrian Zimrian

    Zimrian Zimrian4 саат мурун

    🌈

  77. Proteintial

    Proteintial4 саат мурун

    Thanks fun guy

  78. Do you mind

    Do you mind4 саат мурун

    Sounds like Norway

  79. Hundred Years Boar

    Hundred Years Boar4 саат мурун

    Apparently fish first began to breath air the moment they breathed air. Wowzers

  80. Tony Scar

    Tony Scar4 саат мурун

    I think pbs eons is forgetting about the ultimate hide and seek champion. Bigfoot.

  81. Wylde Byll

    Wylde Byll4 саат мурун

    The Weather Channel probably reduced their staff during it.

  82. n cnsnnts

    n cnsnnts4 саат мурун

    If your cat's constantly peeing on your laundry, theyvd either got a territorial issue with a cat outside, or theyve got a urinary infection x)

  83. Alexis Ryuun

    Alexis Ryuun4 саат мурун

    I've always wondered if carnotaurus or something similar may have been where myths about the minotaur may have come from, after all, it was bi-pedal, had bull like horns on its head, and sharp flesh rending teeth, just a thought

  84. Enio Rezende

    Enio Rezende4 саат мурун

    Of course . ALL monster tales were written by archeologysts. Thats a fact Google proves it

  85. Gabe Cook

    Gabe Cook4 саат мурун

    Every time she said “niche” incorrectly I died a little more

  86. Kairi Suzuki

    Kairi Suzuki5 саат мурун

    I learned that humans first domesticated cats not only in North Africa, but also Southeast Asia. This speculation from the genetic analysis can solve the mystery of the 9,500-year-old house cat remain from Cyprus.

  87. mahfuz munna munna

    mahfuz munna munna5 саат мурун

    the reason behind our ignorance about big cats ancestors is that people dont want to invest lot of money on this type of research. moreover probably few people are really interested on this subject

  88. KroneYT

    KroneYT5 саат мурун

    Well, it's not surprising. Don't you know what Cyprus stands for? It's actually an abbreviation: C - Crazy cat lady land y - p - r - u - s -

  89. Athena Animates

    Athena Animates5 саат мурун

    I forgot where I got this info but here’s what it said: A group of researchers have conducted a deep sea research, after detecting abnormal activities with the current in where the device was, which was miles below the sea, the researchers pulled up to see it was attacked by an unknown creature, in which the bitemarks might indicate megalodons might be still alive but surviving in the deep sea in small numbers. I’m not really sure about that though

  90. MihaEla Bodea

    MihaEla Bodea5 саат мурун

    It would not have been dumb. I would watch the hell out of The Chronicles of Carnia ,haha

  91. Minene Uryuu922 I PC Masterrace I

    Minene Uryuu922 I PC Masterrace I5 саат мурун

    theres an error in the title , it should be "how cats trained us "

  92. Jacob Thiede

    Jacob Thiede5 саат мурун

    The others animal in the Thumbnail looks more interesting for me

  93. 오이비

    오이비5 саат мурун

    왜 자꾸 끊기죠??

  94. mario benny

    mario benny5 саат мурун

    I don’t like how you described evolution almost as an active process for the turtles but still a good and interesting video thumbs up :)

  95. D H

    D H5 саат мурун

    Im diggin’ that shirt

  96. ced ced

    ced ced5 саат мурун

    i wonder if the dinosaurs were shamed into paying taxes to combat the climate change!

  97. Jovan Ramos

    Jovan Ramos6 саат мурун

    This croc has a lot of horse power

  98. Kookiejamz Lepcha rai

    Kookiejamz Lepcha rai6 саат мурун

    No actually it's the other way around . We work for our pet cats we are their butlers

  99. That One Dude

    That One Dude6 саат мурун

    "that time it rained for two million years" *weathering with you intensifies*

  100. Commander Rockwell

    Commander Rockwell6 саат мурун

    Hank Green shows up at PBS, too?! He’s everywhere!