Check out these extra bits and pieces from our How To Taxidermy a Squirrel episode -- and be sure to check out our Indiegogo campaign! Read more about How To Taxidermy A Squirrel: Part II
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Check out what our Chief Curiosity Correspondent, Emily Graslie, has explored on The Brain Scoop!
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Wherein Emily and Anna learn taxidermy from Katie Innamorato, founder of AfterlifeAnatomy! There are a number of significant differences between the art of taxidermy and the preparation of animal specimens for research. Join us as we gut it... together! Read more about How to Taxidermy a Squirrel
Not every part of the rainforest is filled with towering canopies! We discovered an area with trees only twice my height, and it took a couple of geologists to help us figure out why. Read more about Jungle Atop A Desert
Considering how sweaty and dehydrated I became during this film shoot, it's remarkable that Ernesto and the rest of the bird team were diligently out for long periods of time, at all hours of the day and night, to listen for the birds of the Amazon. Read more about Bird Calls of Amazonia
Taking a break from our Amazon Adventures to bring you answers to all of life's biggest questions! .... or, just whatever you asked me on Twitter (@ehmee) or the Facebooks. Read more about Ask Emily #10
Pregnant bats and the world's largest spider; your average evening in the Amazon. Read more about Two Bats and a Spider
We found so many snakes with Pablo that we decided to have a few episodes devoted to these beautiful and often misunderstood creatures. First: the common Fer-de-lance! Read more about The Fer-de-Lance
When in doubt, sniff a tree. No, really! Botanists and rainforest ecologists follow their noses to identify certain species in addition to looking at the plant's flowers, and counting leaves on branches. Read more about Investigating the Trees of Amazonia