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Welcome to The Brain Scoop, based out of The Field Museum in Chicago, Illinois. We're devoted to exploring the behind-the-scenes work of natural history museums and celebrating the diversity of this amazing world. Join us!


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The Brain Scoop is written and hosted by:
Emily Graslie

Created By:
Hank Green

Directed, Edited, Animated, and Scored by:
Michael Aranda

Production Assistant:
Katie Kirby

Filmed on Location and Supported by:
The Field Museum in Chicago, IL
(http://www.fieldmuseum.org)

Translated captions brought to you by Alexander Austin, Lorena Pimentel Villaça, Henrik Johansen, Timo Pähler, Tony Chu, Martina Šafusová, Nur Iskandar Bin Nuruddin, John-Alan Pascoe, Arantzazu R. Alcocer Iturria, Gaia Zaffaroni, Jenny Grøterud, Tony Chu, Adam Wojniłło, Hervé Saint Raymond, Reika Komatsubara, and Seth Bergenholtz. Email us at thebrainscoop@gmail.com if you'd like to translate videos into your native language!
Emily: Hi! I'm Emily Graslie. I'm on my way to pick up a wolf that Liz said she was holding for us. A wolf? Um, it's in the freezer. Oh! Sorry. Oh, sorry. Thanks. I accidentally called LensCrafters.

E: Tetrapodal Locomotion.

E: Domestication.

Stefan: Horns!
E: No Stefan. Those are antlers.

E: People going on these expeditions were only permitted two elephants per person. That's still a lot of elephants per person.

E: It's some giant, black wasp thing! Kind of looks like an animal of death.

E: Every time we move the nether regions, we seem to get... a revival of the delicious, rotten egg, dead bacteria smell that keeps coming off of this guy.

E: Smells like...
Adam: Like air?
E: Like angels singing. Smells like quiet.

E: This is an ulna right here, which is part of one of the arm bones.

E: Ready to dump some stink water!

E: OH my GOD! This thing is huge! You're kidding me. That thing is gigantic!
Bill: Check it out! Check it out.
E: That's like a UFO.

E: Let's gut it!

E: I feel fancy.

Rebekah: This is a caterpillar larva. It looks exactly like bird poop.
E: It does look like poop; it's got the white bit and like, the runny parts.

E: There is cottage cheese coming out of a hole.
Anna: Oh, come on, it's like egg custard.
E: I would eat egg custard. I would not lick that.

(Random noises by Emily)

E: Africa! Ancient Americas! Ancient Egypt! Asia! Botany! We've got dinosaurs! Early hominids! Ice Age mammals! Meteorites! Award winning bathrooms!

Zebra: Welcome...to...The Brain Scoop!

Corrie: They actually have to find another individual who has a good, healthy gut community, and lick the rear end of their sister.
E: Oh my god.

E: It still has brains on it.