00:00:00 – Brown snakes may have reached Guam, but once there how do they reach between tree branches? New research shows how these tiny snakes would rather go up than across.
00:19:26 – Drinks bridge the gap between sobriety and drunkenness. Patrick sups a Naked Grape pinto grigrio. Ben kicks back some guava nectar from Egypt. And Ryan has a Jashimi cocktail invented by Jacopo Falleni.
00:24:45 – Ben and Ryan argue over comparisons to other movies while Patrick laments the plot twist seen in the trailer for Robot & Frank, the subject of this week’s Trailer Trash Talk.
00:37:28 - The same mine that gave us Titanoboa has also given us a very large, round, and flat turtle called Puentemys mushaisaensis. Was the shape a way to avoid swallowing or was it a better way to thermoregulate back in the day? We honestly don’t know but we’re sure as shooting going to talk about it.
00:48:42 – PaleoPOWs are a lot like reptiles, you think they’re slimy but really they aren’t. Patrick has a question from Kyle P. about tracking all the fossils paleontologists manage to find. Ryan has a very poetic e-mail from Sonny C. And Ben promotes the Brachiolope Media Network forum by giving us the results of the most favorite Paleopal poll!
Music for this week’s show provided by:
Up Above My Head – The Wood Brothers
Belly Full of Wine – Eureka Gold
Frank – Matt & Kim
Turtle Power – Partners in Kryme
Image Credit: Pink Tentacle