We're gonna take a walk outside today - gonna see what we can find today.
The Brain Scoop is written and hosted by:
Adam Coe, with help from Sabrina Coe, Stefan Chin, and Katelyn Salem -- thanks, everyone!
Hank Green (http://www.youtube.com/hankschannel)
Directed, Edited, Animated, and Scored by:
Michael Aranda (http://www.youtube.com/michaelaranda)
Special film help from:
Stefan Chin (http://www.youtube.com/pilocrates)
Special special bonus thank you to Martina Šafusová, Diana Raynes, Giulia Mancini, Filipe Valcovo, Catherine Côté, Katerina Idrik, John-Alan Pascoe, Andrés García Molero, Eva Topitz, Tomer Halevy, Tony Chu, Nur Iskandar Bin Nuruddin, and Seth Bergenholtz for helping with the closed captions on this one!!! YAY!
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