Where biology and engineering meet: let's puzzle out what the function is for some of our specimens! QUIZ SHOW!
Huge thanks to Destin from Smarter Every Day for his help with this episode; stay tuned for more soon, and be sure to check out his channel!
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Producer, Writer, Creator, Host:
Producer, Editor, Camera:
Anna Goldman and Destin!
Special thanks to Anna Goldman, Matt Girard, Sue Mochel, and Christine Niezgoda for helping to make this video happen! Couldn't have done it without your help.
Filmed on Location and Supported by:
The Field Museum in Chicago, IL
What is the function of Caitrin McCullough, Tony Chu, Martina Šafusová, and Seth Bergenholtz? To create and translate subtitles for us! Thanks!
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