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Smithsonian Channel: Killer hornet war

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A giant killer hornet war is waged between two colonies, and the resources, territories, and survival of a new generation are at stake. Watch the […]

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Meet the Scientist: Carlos Jaramillo

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For Carlos Jaramillo, a paleobotanist with Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, the excitement of finding a fossil never seems to get old.

Behind the Scenes: Making the Monster Snake

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See titanoboa coming to life! The life-size replica is as big and bad as the real boa.

History's Deadliest Predators

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From Anomalocaris' spiked arms to Smilodron's 12-inch fangs, meet the most dangerous predators of all time.

What Does It Take to Make a Monster Snake?

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Longer than a great white shark, bigger than a hippo - it takes the whole playground to show how long titanoboa really was

Titanoboa Vs.. T-Rex

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It's the ultimate battle of the predators - the monster snake's unbelievable power against the tyrannosaurus' giant bite. They lived in different times and places, but if they ever met, who would win?

Meet the Scientist: Jon Bloch

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Fascinated by the history of our world, paleontologist Jonathan Bloch studies the fossils of animals that existed during the paleocene era after the dinosaurs went extinct.

Behind the Scenes: A Titanoboa Photo Shoot

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Photographing the monster snake is no easy task. Find out how photographer Robert Clark used lighting to bring titanoboa to life.

Could Titanoboa Swallow a Motorcycle?

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In order to eat its prey whole, titanoboa had jaw bones that snapped apart and flexible ligaments for opening its mouth almost 180 degrees.

What Do You Know About Snakes?

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These five-year-olds know a thing or two about snakes, but what do they know about titanoboa?

Titanoboa at the Zoo?

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In the wild, titanoboa probably ate large crocodiles, fish and other snakes - but if there were a titanoboa at the National Zoo today, what would the zoo keepers feed it?

Behind the Scenes: Animating Titanoboa's World

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Find out how scientists and animators worked together to turn fossils into creatures and bring titanoboa's world to life.

Inside the Smithsonian Channel Documentary about the Hope Diamond

Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage
David Royle and Charles Poe are vice presidents of Smithsonian Networks. They introduce and present a short piece about an upcoming feature about the Hope Diamond. [Catalog No. - CFV10271; Copyright - 2010 Smithsonian Institution]
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