The sessile oak

After you have seen this video, you will be able to tell the English oak from the sessile oak.

The great white pelican

Pelicans are highly protected birds. They can be easily recognised by their pouched bill.

The common juniper

The most common juniper species in the northern hemisphere. This video is about its uses and its healing properties.

The coastline of Montenegro

Montenegro is situated on the western part of the Balkan Peninsula. Its population barely exceeds 600 thousand. It declared independence from Serbia in 2006.

The common chimpanzee

99% of the common chimpanzee's genome is identical to that of humans, yet this 1% difference matters a great deal.

The Wallace line

The Wallace line divides the fauna of Asia and Australia.

Predators of the cold zones and climates

This video presents the diet and hunting behaviour of wolverines, Siberian tigers and snow leopards.


Let's find out more about this tiny country in Central Europe called Slovakia. This state in the Carpathians is the home of a great many historic sites and...

Test tutorial 7.

Export exercises from various mozaBook tools to the Test Editor.

Types of lakes

Still waters take various forms on the planet. Let’s take a look at how we can group them.

The River System of the Amazon

A video on the Amazon river and its drainage basin.

Open-air ethnographic museum

An open-air museum is like living history itself.


Let's make a raft with just a couple of simple tools!


Thanks to its high nutritional value, the clover is an excellent fodder plant; four-leaved clovers are a real rarity and are thought to bring luck.


The best known cartilaginous fish, sharks, do not chew their food; they use their razor-sharp teeth only for biting and tearing.


Caves are underground hollows, formed by natural processes, with a depth of at least 2m. Prehistoric humans often used them as shelters.

Soil formation

Soil formation is the result of the interaction of five factors: parent material, climate, topography, organisms and time.

Salt evaporation ponds

Countries by the sea often do not get their salt from salt mines, but from evaporating seawater. Evaporation is done on a large surface area with shallow water.

Pork processing plant

Let’s take a look at how animal husbandry and meat processing is done on an industrial scale.

Added to your cart.