When gators threaten the safety of Houston residents, gator wrangler Timothy DeRamus is called into action. Trained by the Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife, he catches about 200 to 250 alligators a year and finds them new homes in local rescue centers.
Taylor Lewallen of A Better Court Tennis Court Company (ABC Tennis) demonstrates how tennis courts are paved and painted. After the planning process is completed and measurements are taken, ABC Tennis fills in any cracks on the old tennis court. Then a base coat is applied, followed by several layers of colored paint. The striping process is the final step.
Three-time world champion whistler Geert Chatrou from the Netherlands has been whistling for as long as he can remember. He spends his days performing with Cirque Du Soleil and whistles anything from Mozart to Jimi Hendrix.
Polar bears can swim 100 miles at a stretch! Learn more amazing facts about the polar bear in this video from National Geographic Kids.
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