Slow Motion Bubbles & Shaking

Bubbles bursting at 18,000 frames per second. It’s rather spectacular. I like the bit where the bursting bubbles look like jellyfish.

Next up, wet animals shaking in slow motion (I’ve already shown something like this before, but here is more footage!). Plus a guy in wig.

Why do wet furry mammals shake? Si and Sam give some of their favourite animals a shower to uncover the science behind the ‘wet dog shake’. Sam caught up with Andrew Dickerson from Georgia Institute of Technology to find out more about the science.” (YouTube)

Onwards!

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