It takes a special knack for adults to know all about plants, animals, and fungal protein. But what if you are a child? Well, with 21K subscribers on YouTube, Aiden Cooke has proven that you are never to young to take nature to the next level.
Sharing a clip of her brother on Twitter talking about ants, trees, and the food chain, Britney Cooke caused a viral reaction, racking up more than 203,000 likes and replies of nothing but praise for the young zoologist. Inspired by the reaction, Aiden created a YouTube channel and has been teaching the masses ever since.
My brother is an animal genius and wanted me to share it w you guys. He titles this: Trees danger and other animals pic.twitter.com/N21Wr5maqt
— Britney C. (@Alkebulan_) June 5, 2017
“My brother is an animal genius and wanted me to share it with you guys,” Britney wrote.
In additional clips, the young scientist goes on to talk about different features of a tree and how to find out a tree’s age, in addition to covering how to differentiate between different types of ants found on the tree and how to spot and categorize the Asian long-horned beetle, as well as discussing the relationship between trees, lichens, and snub-nosed monkeys.
Check out the most recent video below from Aiden’s YouTube channel. Don’t you agree, this little one needs to be on Discovery ASAP!