Featuring Emily of The Brain Scoop (http://www.youtube.com/thebrainscoop) and Cas the Arctic Fox!
We decided it would be cool to have guests come into the studio and talk about science with Hank.
In our first episode, Emily Graslie chats about rhinoceros conservation and stumps Hank with a very peculiar bone from the Philip L. Wright Zoological Museum.
Then Jessi from Animal Wonders introduces Cas the Arctic Fox...and he's the coolest thing that's ever peed on Hank's desk!
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More about rhinoceros conservation:
Check out Animal Wonders Inc. at http://www.animalwonders.org/
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