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With VidCon in full swing this week, we thought it would be nice to take a couple days off and give you some laughs. In this episode of Crash Course Kids, Sabrina tries really hard to say things. It doesn't always go well.

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Producer & Editor: Nicholas Jenkins
Cinematographer & Director: Michael Aranda
Host: Sabrina Cruz
Script Supervisor: Mickie Halpern
Writer: Jen Szymanski
Credits...

Executive Producers: John & Hank Green
Consultant: Shelby Alinsky
Script Editor: Blake de Pastino

Thought Cafe Team:
Stephanie Bailis
Cody Brown
Suzanna Brusikiewicz
Jonathan Corbiere
Nick Counter
Kelsey Heinrichs
Jack Kenedy
Corey MacDonald
Tyler Sammy
Nikkie Stinchcombe
James Tuer
Adam Winnik

(intro)

(0:18) By contrash. Ha, contrashed. Nailed it.

I'm talking about water. Ha, no.

So ah... (mouth noises)

They're interested in Earth's physical features, like its mountains, deserts, rivers, oceans, together they make.

In fact, about 97 percent of the water on the planet is salty. 

But, if we zoom. Ha ew.

But, if we zoom in, we can close enough. That's not it. 

But the Great Lakes are really big examples of where fresh water can be found. Most fresh water is found in much smaller lakes and rivers and streams on every continent. Yes.

Maybe one of the Great Lakes. 

The nearly 2,000 plant and animal species that live in Lake Michael have adapted to their super huge and wet wo...

Have adapted to their super... And wet but very cold home.

Michael's most famous resident, that would be the nerps. The nerp. The nerpa, I misread that.

What? What?

Lake Bichael however. Lake Bichael how. Lake Bichael however.

That's when they use the super strong flippers to make his rig b...

It's tiny compared to Lake Bichael in. 

In the case of the Adix ep. Em ampelope. Antelope.

And this means in the summer they don't need as much water as you or I might need might would to. It's always near the end, I psych myself out. 

And this means that in the summer they don't need as much water as you or I might would to keep. 

You're good at taekwondo. You wear glasses. You have an amaze. Your, you're an amazing artist. Yeah you are. 

Or does it mean... (whispers) everything? Living, probably living. Wait! But well, pretty much all living things need to live too. Too much living? Too much life happening in those sentences? I'm feeling we have it. 

When it comes to matter, we call these traits "properties." Call?

But the state that matter's in is often has.

The temperature at which wa a sol. Mmm on a roll!

It's going to reach 1. Wait, gonna just (mouth noises). Mhm

Then you've already been aware that some matter causes light to.

No, that's not the right way to say it. 

Matter also has properties that have to with it. Many words. 

You and I see... Can see that energy as sunlight...

The longer the sand is asor, absor, is absorb, is expose. Wow, I can't speak English.

Oh, I'm supposed to use the wrong three. Was that fine? (off camera) We should do it again.