Emily Graslie of The Brain Scoop (http://www.youtube.com/thebrainscoop) fills in for Hank in this week's news to tell us about an effort to classify every organism on Earth, a fight amongst scientists about what happened in the 8th century, and a whole new look for your DNA. Oh, and some new information about dung beetles! Strap in for a ride through science!
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