I think we've made some animal science friends. Hank asked us back for more animal interviews on YouTube's SciShow Talk Show. I love meeting other animal enthusiasts and it's great getting to know people with other animal related interests like Emily Graslie and her knowledge of skeletons. I wonder what goes through her mind when she sees a legless lizard or other animal with unique adaptations to their skeleton. Probably not the same thing that goes through my mind.
Again, we had so much fun and love being able to share these amazing animals with subscribers across the world! Thank you SciShow!
Here's episodes 3,4, and 5
Quigley the Brush Tailed Bettong
Kemosabe the Prehensile Tailed Porcupine
Blueberry the Blue Tongued Skink
We were asked to bring some animals onto a YouTube talk show called SciShow. we were expecting to be behind the scenes wrangling the critters while the talk show host did his thing in front of the camera. Things got a little weird when they put a mic on me and had me sit at the table with the host....
That's when it occurred to me that not only would I not be "behind the scenes" I would in fact be talking and wrangling the animals and making sure I didn't look really stupid on camera all at the same time. I guess it was a good thing I didn't know that SciShow has about 500,000 followers or I might have been just a bit nervous. As it turned out, we had a lot of fun with the host, Hank, and his special guests. Here's a tiny snippet of video from the shoot.
To see more of our appearances check out the SciShow channel on YouTube or follow these links to see the first 2 episodes.
Cas the Arctic Fox
Professor Claw the Emperor Scorpion