Xploration Station is a science-based television network consisting of several educational/informational TV designed to get everyone excited about science. Our award-winning programs work to inspire families and students to become interested in STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) and ultimately pursue careers in STEM-related fields.
In this episode, we examine some of the world’s most fearsome predators. Find out why Owls are the only birds that can fly without making any sound. And how the Leopard uses its amazing night vision to catch its prey.
In this episode, we’ll feature animals that live in the freezing arctic. Learn how the Polar Bear has developed special adaptations that help it survive in the most unforgiving climate imaginable. And why the Wolverine is able to hunt so efficiently in the snow.
In this episode, we examine the science behind man’s best friend – the dog. Find out what makes a greyhound so fast. See how a bloodhound’s nose really works, and the reason that border collies are so intelligent is revealed.
In this episode we meet human’s closest relatives – primates. See what makes a chimpanzee one of the most intelligent primates. Find out why the spider monkey is such an amazing climber and feel the power of the howler monkey’s howl.
In this episode we’ll find out how sharks use electro-sensors to detect their prey. Also, discover the skunk’s stinky defense mechanism. And domestic versus wild – see how the striped zebra matches up against its cousin the horse.
In this episode we meet the animals of Africa. We’ll see how the zebra able to use its stripes as camouflage against its colorblind nemesis. Explore the engineering of a giraffes neck, and feel the power of a hyena jaws.
In this episode, we find out how the Jaguar’s spots create a disruptive pattern that makes them harder for prey to see. We’ll also learn how a bee sting really works, and how a salmon is able to migrate thousands of miles to spawn.
In this episode, we examine the science of the cat. We’ll learn about the evolution of cats throughout the world, featuring the Saber-tooth Tiger. Find out how cat senses stack up against other animals. And take a pop quiz that reveals some incredible feline facts.
In this episode we travel to the land down under - Australia. Learn the science behind the one of the world’s largest natural wonders, the Great Barrier Reef. See the ferocity of the Tasmanian devil, and meet the cute and cuddly Koala Bear.
In this episode we go down on the farm to explore the science of the cow’s 4-chambered stomach. Learn about the mysterious muscle disorder that makes certain types of goats faint. Plus, find out what horsepower really is.