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  1. 22.06.2021 - TED - Ed lesson


    Axolotls are one of science's most studied animals. Why, you ask? These extraordinary salamanders are masters of regeneration: they can flawlessly regenerate body parts ranging from amputated limbs and crushed spines to parts of their eyes and brains. So, how do they do it? And what other secrets are they keeping? Luis Zambrano explores the baffling biology of the axolotl. 



    Educator: Luis Zambrano

    Director: Lizete Upīte

    Narrator: Addison Anderson

    Sound Designer: Rebeka Andersone

    Director of Production: Gerta Xhelo

  2. 01.10.2019 - TED - Ed lesson


    The historic injustice of Japanese-American internment camps during World War II through the experience of survivor Aki Kurose.


    Educator: Densho

    Director: Lizete Upīte

    Narrator: Addison Anderson

    Sound Designer: Ģirts Bišs

    Director of Production: Gerta Xhelo


    Editorial Producer: Alex Rosenthal

    Associate Producer: Bethany Cutmore-Scott

    Associate Editorial Producer: Dan Kwartler

    Script Editor: Alex Gendler

    Fact-checker: Eden Girma