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How has the sun changed the landscape of classical music? What do goats and spiders have in common? Could spider's silk help us develop bulletproof skin? "Weird Wonders" is a fascinating journey to discover the answers to some of the strangest questions on the planet. Don't miss the series premiere on Tuesday, April 26 at 9/8c on BBC America. With the help of leading scientists, engaging contributors and stunning experiments, this Weird Wonders opens up the secrets behind bizarre science, animal oddities, crazy weather, medical marvels and remarkable natural phenomena. A captivating blend of slick visuals, remarkable witness videos, specialist camera techniques and stunning natural history archive, each episode is driven by an overarching thread that will seamlessly take the viewer from one fascinating story to another. From monkey first aid to a man whose sight was repaired by his tooth, Weird Wonders takes viewers on a surprising, intriguing and fascinating journey through all things weird.
A bird-killing solar death ray; a monkey learns first aid.
Deadly poisonous frogs can save lives; seeing faces in everything; a woman's pants spontaneously burst into flames.
A glacier that bleeds red; an electrician is tattooed by a lightning bolt; a man has a tooth for an eye.
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