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IODP Science Comics Mini-Course - Shared screen with speaker view
Karen Romano Young
08:43
Hi everyone! We’ll start in a minute or two.
Susannah
13:35
I can see your slide
Susannah
13:48
no
Susannah
13:54
just the title
Susannah
16:50
Still only see the no-one has ever gathered slide
Susannah
17:23
nope
Hana Ayoob
27:22
Mode of transport
Anna
27:24
sound detection funnels
Carly Imhoff
27:28
light benders
Karen Romano Young
27:28
helmet shell
margot courtillat
27:36
"talk about science"
Fiona Gillogly
27:38
Thought capsule
Lily Schaeufele
27:56
Allergy waterfall
Susannah
27:59
manipulators
Susannah
30:17
neither, it goes forward or backward
Erin Foley
30:32
Left. Door is on the other side.
Susannah
31:59
Right, because we drive on the other side in the UK?
Susannah
32:23
Getting an idea
Fiona Gillogly
32:28
you have an idea
Fiona Gillogly
33:02
working hard
Susannah
33:09
sweaty or anxious
Susannah
35:26
I can
Susannah
39:33
So that's what my brain is supposed to do with them! That's not how it works for me
Karen Romano Young
58:09
Why do camels have such long eyelashes, is it so the sand in the desert doesn’t get in their eyes?
Lily Schaeufele
58:11
what colors do you see?
Fiona Gillogly
58:21
Why are squirrel ears so small?
margot courtillat
58:42
Why do rabbis have big ears?
Susannah
58:57
Mating hedgehogs sound like they have the worst cold in the world. SNIFF! SNIFF! GRUNT!
Erin Foley
59:22
Need to dash and pick up one of my kids, but….@margot, I had trouble getting the ears on a European hare right. They are huge!
Carly Imhoff
59:32
Could a frog from my yard survive in the Amazon?
lindsaymoore
01:00:18
8 yo: Does a squirrel read nuts or tails?
Erin Foley
01:00:34
Bye everyone! Thanks!
Hana Ayoob
01:05:26
Thanks so much! Bye :)
Alejandra Martinez
01:07:19
Thank you!
Lily Schaeufele
01:07:25
Thank you!
Sasha Seroy
01:07:26
thank you!
Sharon Cooper
01:07:42
thank you Karen!!
Susannah
01:07:57
Thank you!
Fiona Gillogly
01:08:05
Thank you!