Featuring Katherine Green, Content and Social Media Manager for SciShow and also Hank's wife, and Quigley, the brush-tailed bettong or woylie.
In this episode, Katherine shows Hank some cute wild cats, and then they meet Quigley and Jessi from Animal Wonders and talk about woylie conservation in Australia.
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