tv Today in the Bay NBC December 25, 2021 7:00am-8:00am PST
lights. we are hoping you enjoy a warm morning ahead of santa's present opening. i am kira klapper, thank you for joining us. it will not be a white christmas for us but it will be a wet one. >> we are going to see a change in the weather, we'll see rain but it's going to get even colder within the next couple of days. san francisco right now beautiful view there and we are under a micro climate weather alert because we have seen so much rain already. you can see storm rangers are picking up some rain. and our current temperatures right now in the 40s for morgan
hill at 43. i will gol into full details of what we are tracking coming up in my full forecast. kira. >> we'll see you in about 15. elaborate christmas lights display have been dazzling neighbors for years but it's dark now. the city pulled the plug. sergio quintana has the story. >> reporter: this is the video of the massive display eric haake usually builds outside his home. he wishes he could have done it this year. >> i look forward to this. >> reporter: during the hype of the pandemic, his display became wildly popular drawing a lot of people and traffic. that turned out to be too much for others living near by. >> there is as few grinches
called the city and it got cancelled. >> reporter: the city committee relations sent us a statement saying this road way design when combined with the number of visitors driving by the display created significant traffic congestion which led to numerous complaints being made by the city. we talked to a lot of people throughout the evening but they complain the display is gone. >> i am so mad. >> we are too. >> reporter: how have it been each year? >> wonderful, it's better and better and we all come over here. he never charged nothing. nothing. >> reporter: she's one of several people who cruise over expecting to see lights. the house is dark tonight but that has not stopped people coming by hoping to see a display which unfortunately didn't happen this year. eric haake says he spends upward of $100,000 on his display.
>> do you want to do this next year. >> i would love to. i am trying to put some conversations together with city council and the mayor to see what we can do to help this, actually to keep going. >> reporter: hakes is trying to rally support. it's disappointing that he could not turn on his light this year. sergio quintana, "today in the bay." a deadly shark attack on the central coast, it happened yesterday at a beach known as the pitch. the boogie border was pulled out of the water. the 31-year-old did not survive. people will not be allowed in the water at that beach today.
and fatal shark attacks are fairly rare in california. the last one happened in 2020 off the coast of santa cruz in june last year. there were two other notable attacks in the bay area, one in june. both of the victims in those attacks in bodega bay did survive. a public work employee saw it happen just after helping people stranded in a different car. investigators say the victim drove into the hill high water
before the flash flood fill the under pass in just 30 seconds. the water was too high for first responders to help. the victims have been identified as suzanne and lonzo glorioso, both in their 60s. we take you to a live look at sfo. holiday air travel is typically stressful but especially stressful on this christmas day on this omicron variant serging. this comes after nearly 500 flights cancelled across the u.s. yesterday alone. jean ellie shows us the impact at sfo. >> reporter: the last minute rush to get home for the holiday stalled for some passengers. airlines and staffing levels are dropping. many airlines cancelling
flights. i came in for christmas and i got stuck here. >> i want to see my husband for christmas and i got stuck here. >> reporter: she's hoping to get on the plane for the delayed reunion, the airlines expect last minute cancellation to continue. going into december we increase the number of employees for reserve positions to prepare for a busy area. those employees are following our protocol and quarantining at home. short staff, alaska says it cancelled 17 nights on the 23rd
and nine on christmas eve. leaving passengers with few options feeling deserted. >> you need to wait until december 26th. this is what happens. i have three kids and one of them is autistic but they don't care. >> reporter: alaska airlines is offering employees extra pay hoping they'll work additional shift to keep passengers moving but with omicron spreading rapidly, they are asking for patience and understanding. at sfo, jean elle, nbc bay area news. our coverage continues online of omicron, we are posting the latest updates of omicron and vaccination and mask requirements. it's all in one place, head to nbcbayarea.com/coronavirus. lift off from a tropical rain forest to the time itself, a voyage back to the earth of
the universe. the most powerful space telescope ever is now in space christmas morning. it took off around 4:20 our time. nasa hopes james web's telescope will send back images never before seen. >> reporter: it's a telescope that's giga gigantic incise. in size. >> reporter: the james web space telescop powerful observatory ever se into space. astronomers are totally geeked about this.
the technology powering it is developed about what the scope hopes to see. what their climates are like and that's going to give us some really interesting insights into our own galaxy and again how big it really is. >> when whole telescope has to fold up and you get the idea here. >> reporter: here in silicon valley early testing was done under extremely cold conditions. >> that's minus 390 something farenheit. we have to test those temperatures which was quite difficult. and everything shrinks down and things move. the end results they hope will be an incredible scientific journey looking into both the past and our future. >> it's quite staggering the amount of science that we are going to see within the first year. the web telescope will be able
to see 13.5 billion years into our cosmic past, it will be able to see planets revoling other stars in our galaxy as well as black holes and other galaxies. . scott budman, nbc bay area news. coming up on nbc bay area responds. ribbons and wrapping paper and card board boxes and bows. i am chris chmura, we'll sort through it all so you don't have to, thanks!
♪♪♪ my name is austin james. as a musician living with diabetes, fingersticks can be a real challenge. that's why i use the freestyle libre 2 system. with a painless, one-second scan i know my glucose numbers without fingersticks. now i'm managing my diabetes better and i've lowered my a1c from 8.2 to 6.7. take the mystery out of managing your diabetes and lower your a1c. now you know. try it for free at freestylelibre.us
recycled. you can reuse them. we understand not everyone's unwrapping technique is conducive or reuse next year. san jose says aggressive unwrapper can be recycled. one rule, the shiny stuff. wrapping paper that's shiny or containing metallic pieces can't be recycled of reused or trash. tissue paper contains the wrong fibers for recycling. they're too short to recycle. you have three choices, reuse it or trash it or compost it. card board boxes, they are recycleable, gift bags are a mix bag. the shiny are a problem, they're
plastic and not recyclable. >> chris chmura, always with the great information. all thanks to steph and ayeshay curry, the couple completed their 12-day of christmas event. the surprise party and major gifts for a desering group. >> reporter: they're usually the givers. these volunteers and workers at the alameda food bank are on the receiving end in a big way. yes, that's stephen curry, hopping out of his play bus with major gifts. on behalf of eat, learn and play, we would like to grant $2.5 million to the continued support of the alameda community food bank.
>> reporter: $2.5 million, food, music and gifts and photos with the warrior superstar, too. >> reporter: it's steph and ayesha's largest giveaway which they give back to the east bay community. we hope that goes a long way that we want to thank you so much for the work you do and we believe the work you do but also knowing that it's going to change this community for a very long time. >> that was audrey asistio reporting. trending this morning, the christmas wish posted that all she wanted was a hug from nana, it came early, take a look. >> reporter: as soon as the little one learned who she was hugging, she jumped into grandma's arms. city leaders say the fire
works over the bay is a go. a big christmas night. experts say wear a mask in case if you end up shoulders to shoulder with strangers ringing in the new year. vianey arana joining us with a full look of our forecast, we are still a week away from ringing in the new year, how will this christmas forecast be? merry christmas to you and your family and if you are watching from home, thank you for joining us, live look in downtown san jose, we are expecting to see this rain really all day long and satellite radar right now detecting a couple of lightning off the coast. we'll see a chance of thunderstorm activities as well. let's so many this in using our mobile doppler radar, if you live in the north, you see the study rain since late last night, we did get a little bit
of a break since the evening. we'll see this pushing through today, pushing through nevada and the valley. san francisco we'll get light to moderate at times and right now milpitas getting a little bit of that rain starting to move into the san jose area. as far as temperatures go, right now we are in the 40s and the 50s to start and we are not going to warm up by much this afternoon. here is a closer look at your daytime highs. a colder day today, we'll top out about 52 degrees for san jose, 52 in san francisco and upper 40s for areas like santa rosa and 48 degrees. napa, 49. let's talk about the rain and what we are monitoring heading into this afternoon. we are going to expect sort of this on and off again all day long, widespread rain, notice the time stamp here at about 5:30. we get also still a ton of sierra snow.
we'll continue all the way through tonight. it's expected to get a lot colder heading into sunday and monday, that could mean some snow for local hill tops area. we could see a chance of isolated flooding. the concern here is it has been raining so much that a lot of the soils is really loose out there. that could make quicker concerns when it comes to flooding and small hail, there is plenty of instability with colder storm where we could see thunderstorm activities. as far as rain totals go. anywhere from a quarter of an inch to higher. pushing through christmas day and into sunday. we have a pretty active weather pattern, i want to give you a quick look at lake tahoe. look out for those windows of opportunity right now, we are still expecting to see gusty winds and that snowstorm moving in. you don't want to head out. heading into today and monday,
we'll get a couple more inches of snow. we have been talking about this several feet of snow expect to remain in our forecast the next seven days. let's look at our seven-day forecast outlook because our temperatures will be cold around here. we'll go from upper 50s to the 40s. it's going to get cold around monday night and tuesday with the cold front passing through. that could bring us some low snow and a mix of showers. we'll be topping out 44 egrees on tuesday and wednesday. merry christmas everyone. thank you so much, vianey. it's 7:21 right now. coming up, back together again, many are reuniting this christmas day. we'll show you how people are coming together once again and creating new holiday traditions. we'll be right back.
>> it feels like it's going back to normal. skaters are a little rusty. >> horrible out here. >> people are falling. >> reporter: people who brought family. >> my cousins and aunt and niece. >> reporter: to make precious holiday memories after spending last year apart. >> kind of like be reborn. >> reporter: as much as the pandemic kept people apart last year, it brought people back together. there is something else in the air this christmas eve. love. >> i asked her to marry me yesterday. >> reporter: what did she say? >> she said yes! >> reporter: we had one proposal that happens around this time of the year, we have another one scheduled this evening. this couple spending their first christmas together. >> we dated 20 years ago. it was less than two weeks ago. >> reporter: they're thinking of the future but also thinking of
others. >> i am praying for the homeless and the weak everyday. >> reporter: and so does the glide memorial church around the corner. >> we could be in deadline, too. >> reporter: the house of prime rib is serving up a ton of food. >> 2,000 pounds of prime ribs, it's a lot of meat and a lot of work. >> the generosity and the kindness out here brought me to tears a number of times. it's overwhelming. >> reporter: jonathan bloom, nbc bay area news. >> oh, that's beautiful. old and new traditions alike. the church plans to serve this community this morning with its annual christmas theme. it's back in person this year at glide memorial on ellis street. it kicks off with a virtual service that begins at 10:00 this morning and the official
meal begins at 11:00. we hope everyone has a merry christmas and a full belly. at 7:26, we have much more ahead for you on today in the bay. lights out for a popular holiday display. we'll tell you the reason one east bay city forced the homeowner to pull the plug. how neighbors are stepping into keep the tradition alive. flights cancelled leaving travelers stranded because of a surge of omicron and a lack of employees. what you need to know if you are traveling this christmas day. when you have xfinity xfi, you have peace of mind built in at no extra cost. advanced security helps keep your family protected online. pause wifi whenever for ultimate control
with the xfinity app. and family-safe browsing gives parents one less thing to worry about. security, control and peace of mind. with xfinity xfi, it's all built in at no extra cost. i'm morgan, and there's more to me than hiv. more love, more adventure, more community. but with my hiv treatment, there's not more medicines in my pill. i talked to my doctor and switched to fewer medicines with dovato. dovato is for some adults who are starting hiv-1 treatment or replacing their current hiv-1 regimen. with just 2 medicines in 1 pill, dovato is as effective as a 3-drug regimen... to help you reach and stay undetectable. research shows people who take hiv treatment as prescribed and get to and stay undetectable can no longer transmit hiv through sex. don't take dovato if you're allergic to its ingredients or if you take dofetilide. taking dovato with dofetilide can cause serious or life-threatening side effects. hepatitis b can become harder to treat while on dovato.
don't stop dovato without talking to your doctor, as your hepatitis b may worsen or become life-threatening. serious or life-threatening side effects can occur, including allergic reactions, lactic acid buildup, and liver problems. if you have a rash and other symptoms of an allergic reaction, stop dovato and get medical help right away. tell your doctor if you have kidney or liver problems, or if you are, may be, or plan to be pregnant. dovato may harm your unborn baby. use effective birth control while on dovato. do not breastfeed while taking dovato. most common side effects are headache, nausea, diarrhea, trouble sleeping, tiredness, and anxiety. so much goes into who i am. hiv medicine is one part of it. ask your doctor about dovato-i did. ♪♪
good morning, saturday, december 25th, merry christmas, 7:30 on the dot. as we take a live look outside in downtown san jose, a beautiful way to start the christmas day. thank you so much for joining us, i am kira klapper, mom gist vianey arana is joining us. unless if you are in tahoe, it won't be a white christmas. >> yeah, right here but it will be a rainy one. we'll get some sneak peek of snow in our mountain tops. we do have plenty of instability out there. we are expecting some widespread rain and light to moderate at times. let's zoom in using our doppler radar. some rain pushing into vallejo.
depending where you are and we got the rain shadows in san jose. temperatures right now 43 degrees down in morgan hill. we'll be in the 50s today. we'll go to full details and the sierra snow pack, coming up. >> you can hear my ringing during my forecast. i didn't know my microphone was open. to an elaborate christmas lights display, it had been dazzling people in the community but then it stopped. the city pulled the plug after complaints of traffic. the man who pours his heart and wallet onto the display. it's a story you will only see here. >> reporter: a video a neighbor shares with us the massive
display eric hakes does. >> i am disappointed. i look forward to this. >> reporter: his display became wildly popular drawing a lot of people and traffic. that turned out to be too much for few others living near by. >> there is a few grinch neighbors called the city and got everything cancelled. >> reporter: the city threatened code violation if hakes put up his display again. the city manager sent us as statement, this road way design when combined with the number of visitors driving by the display created significant traffic congestion which led to numerous complaints. we talked to a lot of people but they complain that the display is gone. >> i am so mad.
>> reporter: how has it been each year? >> it got better and better and my mom would come from oklahoma and we all come over here. he never charged nothing. nothing. >> reporter: she's one of several people who cruised over expecting to see lights. the house is dark tonight but that did not stop people coming by hoping to see the display which did not happen. eric hakes spent upward of $100,000 of his decorations this year. he lones out his figurines to neighbor. >> do you want to do it next year? >> i would love to, i want to see what we can do to keep this going. . >> reporter: hakes is trying to rally support to get it going
next year. we'll shift gears now and tell you about a story we are tracking a deadly shark attack to our south of the central coast. it happened just yesterday morning at a beach known as the pit. you can see it's about 20 minute drive northwest. the boogie border was pulled out of the water after an attack by a great white shark, the 31-year-old did not survive. people will not be in the water on that beach today. turning now to a follow-up on a deadly flooding that happened this weekend on the peninsula. we have learned that the flash flood took less than one minute to kill a couple tracks inside their car. a public work employee saw it happened just after helping people stranded in a different car. investigators say the victim
drove into the high water just before a flash flood filled the under pass in a frightening short amount of time. just 30 seconds. the water was too high for the first responders to help. the victims were identiied and both were in their 60s. a live look at sfo, you can see unite airlines on the wet tarmac on this christmas morning. holiday air travels is typically stressful and more so on this christmas day with the omicron variant surging and under staffed airlines and flight cancelations. this comes nearly 500 flights cancelled across the u.s. yesterday alone. >> reporter: the last minute rush to get home for the holiday stalled for some passengers. with covid cases rising across the country. airline staffing levels are dropping. many airlines cancelling flights.
at sfo, cancelations impacting travelers on united, delta and alaska. >>. >> reporter: she arrived from india expecting to get on salt lake city to join her husband but only to learn alaska airlines cancelled the flight. >> i have been in india for a conference and i want to see my husband for christmas and i got stuck here. >> reporter: she's hoping to get on a plane christmas morning but now a delayed reunion. >> reporter: alaska airline says going into december, we ins creased the number of employees to prepare for a busy travel period. however, some of them reported that they may have been exposed to the virus. those employees working in various locations are following our protocols and quarantining at home. short staff, alaska cancelled 17
flights on the 23rd and nine on christmas eve. it expects more cancellations on christmas day leaving passengers with few options feeling deserted. >> you have to wait until the 26th, december 26th, this is what happens. i have three kids, one of them autistic but they don't care. >> reporter: alaska is offering healthy employees extra pay hoping they'll work additional shift through the holiday season to keep passengers moving. with omicron spreading rapidly, they are asking for patience and understanding. nbc bay area news. with the omicron variant surging and holiday travels on the rise, so too is the demand at home for at-home tests. a dozen companies are working to produce more tests and plan to hire more workers and adding extra shifts.
abbott lab making the buy now test that you see at home. it increases 50 million to 70 million tests per month. we are posting the latest about omicron vaccine requirements, mask requirements and covid testing, it's all in one place, head to nbcbayarea.com/coronavirus. lift off from a tropical rain forest to the edge of time itself, james web begins the voyage back to the birth of the universe. >> scientific history have been made. the most powerful space telescope is ever in space this christmas morning. it took off from around 4:20 our time. nasa hopes the telescope will send back images never before seen. our scott budman reports. >> reporter: a
telescope gigantic in size. >> the first is to observe the very first galaxy that were formed in the universe. 13.5 billion years ago. >> reporter: the james web's telescope will be the most powerful observatory ever sent into space. astronmers are absolutely geeked about this. what their climates are alike and that's going to give us some really interesting insights into our own galaxy. how big it really is. >> these wings like on a segment and the whole telescope has to fold up. you get the idea here. is it a rocket? >> reporter: here in silicon valley, early testing was done under extremely cold conditions.
>> that's minus 390 something farenheit. we had to test those temperatures which was quite difficult. everything shifts down and things move. >> reporter: the end results they hope will be an incredible scientific journey looking into both the past and our future. >> it's really quite staggering. the amount of science that we are going to see just that year. >> reporter: the telescopewe'll be able to see 13.5 billion years into our past. it will be able to see planets revoling around our stars in other galaxies as well as black holes in our galaxy. scott budman, nbc bay area news. incredible. at 7:40, still to come, an activity scene stolen from a bay area family's front yard,
neighbors are coming to the rescue to make sure that grinch didn't ruin their christmas. ♪♪♪ my name is austin james. as a musician living with diabetes, fingersticks can be a real challenge. that's why i use the freestyle libre 2 system. with a painless, one-second scan i know my glucose numbers without fingersticks. now i'm managing my diabetes better and i've lowered my a1c from 8.2 to 6.7. take the mystery out of managing your diabetes and lower your a1c. now you know. try it for free at freestylelibre.us i didn't have to shout out for help. because you didn't have another dvt. not today. one blood clot puts you at risk of having another, so we chose xarelto®, to help keep you protected. xarelto® is proven to treat and reduce the risk of dvt
or pe blood clots from happening again. almost 98% of people did not have another dvt or pe. don't stop taking xarelto® without talking to your doctor, as this may increase risk of blood clots. while taking, a spinal injection increases risk of blood clots, which may cause paralysis. you may bruise more easily or take longer to stop bleeding. xarelto® can cause serious and in rare cases, fatal bleeding. it may increase your bleeding risk if you take certain medicines. get help right away for unexpected bleeding or unusual bruising. don't take xarelto® if you have an artificial heart valve or abnormal bleeding. tell your doctor about all planned medical or dental procedures and any kidney or liver problems. help protect yourself from another dvt or pe. ask your doctor about xarelto®. to learn more about cost, visit xarelto.com or call 1-888-xarelto
doing. we got good news through there. your commute is going to be a soggy one pushing through. oh, it's a worker. there it's. what's going on? look closer to home now, we don't have snow here in san francisco but we'll get rain and it's going to get a lot colder. let's take a look right now. there is going to be a chance of some thunderstorm activities, the lightning has been mainly off the coast and our storm ranger has been working hard scanning. taking a little break right now in san francisco, you are about to get more rain and right around 1:00, the south bay is going to get more rain as well. current temperatures as you head out the door, you want to bundle up, we have been in the low 40s
and 50s, we are not going to warm up by much. look at santa rosa and napa. 48 degrees. everywhere else we'll be in the 50s. in addition to the rain, well see some gusty winds at times into the afternoon. notice the time stamp at 5:30. we are also looking at the stream rushing water and a chance for isolated flooding and some of the localized streets because the soils are so loose from the rain. little gusts here around the coast sign and the hill top
areas. depending where you live, you will get a little less and more. estimated snow totals have been less. we are expecting several feet more. the wind and the snow, let's like a look. we are now officially at 123% of statewide average. it does play a crucial role. let's take a look at when we could see some low snow here in the bay area, we got a cold front that pushes through monday and tuesday and yes, we are only going to top out the 40s. even in in land areas, look at that. 42 degrees, merry christmas, i am going to give y'all a hug from my tv. >> a virtual hug. hopefully some people got coats for this christmas day. >> yes, you are going to need it. coming up today in the bay, post holiday sales, if you are waiting to score after christmas deals. we'll wait for how long you should wait and what items you
can expect to save most on. the stress of holiday shopping makes a lot of people want to release some tension and now you can at a rage room in san francisco, people can go smash things to let it all out. customers are hooked but doctors are saying this may not be the best way to relief your frustrations. see the whole story right now on nbcbayarea.com,.
welcome back from this christmas morning. as we see the golden glow beginning to rise this christmas morning. we have a rainy day ahead. vianey arana will have a look at your forecast. a lot of people are taking advantage of big sales. retailers clearing out their inventory and slash prices to do that. this year, susan hogan explains why supply chain issues may be to blame. >> reporter: after black friday, cyber monday and december holiday sales compost holiday mark downs. those clearance stickers hit the shelves after christmas and shoppers scour the store to find those deals. all of it marks down with the
deepest discounts happening in january. >> if your plan is to hold off until after the holidays to buy those must-have items, you may be out of luck. thanks to inflation and supply chain issues we have been reporting on for months. >> it made a huge impact on industries all over the place whether we are talk about clothing or electronic and just a constant thing all year so we are seeing the ramifications of that. >> reporter: consumer analyst told us stores are expected to offer less clearance items due to lack of inventory. we'll see after christmas sales, we'll see these items discounted, we just maybe seeing fewer of them overall and the discount may not be as sale of goods. black friday deals were not as generous. retailers still saw customers willing to pay more to get what they want.
they have seen people willing to spend more, sort of put it out when you have it and people are going to buy it regardless. if you are waiting around after the holiday, here is what you need to know. don't wait too long to shop. start looking the first couple of days after christmas because that's when the stores will have the most inventory. if you see an item, you want to buy it. if you wait for a lower discount, it may not be there. start tracking inventories if you want if you see the number is dropping. change your shopping strategy. the best post holiday items to find at bargain prices, of course, holiday decor and holiday clothing and video games. i am susan hogan for nbc news. a story you will only see on nbc bay area, a local family says their faith have been
restored. it happened on thursday in east san jose, you can see a man on their security camera walks up and grabs the figurines and just takes off. video shows he then came back an hour later and stole the rest of it. the family tells nbc bay area it was an heirloom passed down through generations. >> someone just had the courage and takes it. who does that? >> reporter: the family posted the video, hours later, a stranger brought them a brand new activity scene saying she wants to help out. a beautiful ending to a horrible story. a quick look at the top stories we are following including lights out on a popular display, the reasons the homeowner was forced to pull the plug and neighbors coming together to push the tradition alive.
welcome back, here is a quick look at the top stories we are following this christmas morning. an elaborate lights display have been dazzling the community for years but now it's dark. the city pulls the plug. we have a video of neighbors sharing with us of the massive display. the city of concord sent a certified letter threatening code violations if hakes put up
the display once again saying the traffic and the hype of the display was a safety concern. hakes spent around $100,000 on those decorations. since he could not build them this year, he loans out his figurines to others to continue the tradition. hakes is trying to contact community leaders to continue the tradition next year. glide memorial church is back in person this year on the church at ellis street. a virtual church service starts at 10:00 and the meal begins at 11:00. it won't be a white christmas but a wet christmas. vianey arana has one last look at our forecast. >> at least we know santa was prepared for sure. we'll see the widespread on and off at times and heavy to moderate in some areas and
pushing through san francisco, you can see it's going to get gusty at times and we could see the chance of a thunderstorm or two. we'll see rain heading into sunday, that active weather pattern remains and if you look ahead into tuesday and wednesday, we are going to see a cool front dropping in that's going to bring us a chance of seeing low snow for some of our local mountain tops here in the bay area and colder temperatures. today we'll top out in the 50s but notice on tuesday and wednesday, we'll drop down by as much as 10 degrees, topping down 42 where over night lows are expected to dip down into the 30s. this is the time to get your winter coat. i hope you get one for christmas and i hope everyone r everybody have a beautiful day, thank you for joining kira and i, we love you guys. >> we both have the morning off because we'll be filling in monday through friday this coming week. but thank you for making us apart of your christmas morning.
we'll have more local news for you at 8:50 and 11:00 and vianey arana will be back late tonight with your full forecast. you can stay in touch all day on nbcbayarea.com, have a merry christmas, we appreciate you all. helen knew exercise could help her diabetes. but she didn't know what was right for her. no. nope. no way. but then helen went from no to know. with freestyle libre 2, now she knows what activity helps lower her glucose. and can see what works best for her. take the mystery out of your glucose levels, and lower your a1c. now you know. freestyle libre 2. now covered by medicare for those who qualify.
. narrator: when you see this symbol, you know you're watching television that is educational and informational. the more you know on nbc. dylan: hi, everybody, i'm dylan dreyer and this is "earth odyssey". coming up, we journey around the world to discover the most ingenious creatures of the animal kingdom. from old tricks passed down for generations, to new adaptations, these animals have found the smartest ways to survive in the wild, like this frog that knows where to nest, even when the pool is a tad too low for its tadpole. and in africa, this mother elephant's incredible memory helps guide her troop to where the grass is always greener.