Koala Bears and Eucalyptus – Periodic Table of Videos

The Professor comes face-to-face with an Australian koala – and learns not to call it a koala bear. And as always, it’s a chance to talk chemistry. Our thank…

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25 Responses to Koala Bears and Eucalyptus – Periodic Table of Videos

  1. orlando cordero says:

    great video. and yes, they know the title is incorrect ;) 

  2. Summer Seale says:

    More from the Periodic Table of Videos – and absolutely awww moments with a
    Koala, while teaching you the history of Eucalyptus. =) (Yes, you want to
    see it!)

  3. Gustavo Eulalio says:

    More from the Periodic Table of Videos – and absolutely awww moments with a
    Koala, while teaching you the history of Eucalyptus. =) (Yes, you want to
    see it!)

  4. Gego/XAREN ゲゴザレン says:

    “What do you mean I am not a bear? I have all the koalifications” — Random
    image macro on the Internetz.

  5. FalcoGer says:

    scientists can not choose the reality, they can just pick the right
    questions: “why is he so cute”

  6. Henrique Mota says:

    The Koala bear has a similar hair style to Martyn’s one

  7. zyxonn says:

    It keeps getting stuck in my mind how the Proffessor says that he’s “realy
    excited” all the time for all sorts of reasons.. Exciting is a life of a
    chemist.. :D 

  8. Madopow2110 says:

    eucalyptus are very explosive, you would know if you have experienced an
    aussie bushfire

  9. Troels K. Rasmussen says:

    Martyn is so cool. :) 

  10. Parrot Macaw says:

    cute koala :3

  11. MiKe G says:

    eucalyptus tea is pretty good

  12. kidpresentable says:

    “There is lots of clever chemistry we can learn from trees.” Paid for by
    the Tree Chemist Council.

  13. Yoko Bongo says:

    They spend half their waking hours pooping, just like panda b-…I mean
    pandas.

  14. WiccanGoddess33 says:

    He is so knowledge & has the nicest, most soothing voice. I love listening
    to him talk. He also makes learning about chemistry very interesting (which
    is quite hard to do, I’m sure.)

  15. pepe6666 says:

    hurr i laughed during this many a times. what a cool video.

  16. Paul Metcalf says:

    I think the smell of Eucalyptus is rather pleasant, the fragrance is added
    to some soaps

  17. Bertram Christoffersen says:

    I see the similarity :P 

  18. Solanye Guerrero says:

    These trees not only grow in Australia but also in Colombia. I used to
    collect the eucalyptus nuts to smell them because the smell is strong and
    for some reason i liked it.

  19. josh wiles says:

    people confuse eucalyptus with aloe vera

  20. wcresponder says:

    This series makes me interested in chemistry way beyond what high school
    did.

  21. watikura says:

    You crack me up Martyn, love your videos.

  22. Lorenzo Benito says:

    I think that form now on I’ll call them Koala Notbears.

  23. Jasper Tan says:

    If Eucalyptol comes out for my chemistry paper tmr, it’ll be awesome

  24. Lazar Savic says:

    Poliakoff sort of looks like one of them fuzzy Koalas…. :P 

  25. ThePotatoQc says:

    I like how even the older videos are great :) 

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