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Caterpillar to Chrysalis Transformation


EOL's video collection of over 13,000 videos (and growing) is an unparalleled opportunity not only to see life on Earth but watch it in action! 

Search for videos on individual taxon pages in the Media tab or use EOL's filterable search tool to see all videos on EOL. Feel free to reuse EOL's videos for your own purposes under the Creative Commons license or add your own videos to EOL's collection and help build EOL. To get started check out these video features on EOL.

Featured EOL Resources for Videos

Finding Media

Finding Media on EOL 

EOL's multimedia collection includes images, videos, sounds and podcasts. Learn how to search for, find and filter multimedia on EOL.
Finding Media

Bird Videos

Bird Videos

Watch an owl in flight, learn about bird behavior or just marvel at the amazing world of birds. Start with this collection or see all of our bird videos on the Birds media page.
Bird Videos Collection


Marine Videos

Marine Videos 

Gaze at clownfish as they swim around a giant anemone, watch a school of unicorn fish swim by or see a slipper lobster wave it's antennae. Dive deep into the ocean to see the marine world come to life!
Marine Videos

Narrated Videos

Narrated Videos

Watch, listen and learn with narrated insect videos from Natural History Services (NHS).
Narrated Videos

EOL Video Collections

EOL Video Collections

Explore many of the video Collections on EOL. These can be useful for classroom activities or sheer enjoyment!
EOL Video Collections


EOL Informational Videos

EOL Informational Videos 

View all of our informational videos to learn about EOL.org, resources and tools and how you can help build EOL.
EOL Informational Videos

How Do You Use EOL?

Let us know how you are using images on EOL! Visit our Contact Us page and select "Learning and Education".

Sharing Videos on EOL

See the options below to share your videos with EOL through the YouTube, Vimeo, or Flickr. All videos must be shared with a Creative Commons  or Public Domain license. EOL has a network of volunteer curators who review contributions for accuracy so you can contribute with confidence. Look for "Trusted" and "Unreviewed" tags to help you decide which content is most valuable to you.

Instructions for sharing videos

EOL Help Pages for Video
Dive deeper into EOL Help pages for more information about contributing videos and EOL's licensing policy.