From the ashes of episode 13 rises the phoenix of episode
The Theme: Below the Crust.
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Intro: 00:00:00 One of the Paleopals is missing but, on the other
hand, that means that 75% of them are here. That's a passing
grade. It could be a lot worse.
Crocs… sort of: 00:02:55 Patrick is his usual crusty self in
examining this feast of fossils. Did these fossil crocs rule
the world? Are they even crocs? Does duckcroc satisfy Kirk
Nitrogenous Isopterans: 00:21:35 We interview professor Kena
Fox-Dobbs about her work suggesting that when in Africa, the
termite is king of the nitrogen hill (or mound). You might
think that big organisms would hold the keys to moving nitrogen
around the savannah, but you might be wrong.
Trailer Trash Talk - Clash of the Titans: 00:43:54 A remake
of a 1980's stop-motion classic. Patrick reminisces about the
original movie that tells the story of the myth of Perseus.
Will the remake be a Greek tragedy?
Fish on Europa? 00:53:47 There is almost certainly a vast ocean on
Europa (everybody knows t hat). There may be some oxygen
dissolved in the water (Ok). There may be 600 million tons of fish
on the planet (I'm listening)!?! The question is, would
the sushi be any good by the time you got it back to Earth?
Call me back when there is life on Uranus.