In this episode, we talk about the exciting discovery of a new snake species, and the man who discovered it, Jeff Weinell. He gave K.B some cool facts about the snake, even though it hasn't been studied in the wild.
And, even cooler (well, besides the fact that it's a new species) is that he got to NAME it! What name did he decide on and why? If you discovered a new species, what would you name it? K.B. is thinking she might name it after Captain Jack.
Chuck Darwin gives us a couple of new words to learn that have to do with the field of snake study, Captain Jack tells us some Snake jokes, and Tito gives us sssome fassscinating factsss about ssssnakes that even K.B. didn't know!
If you want the complete lesson plan with activities, download it HERE,
and if you only want the coloring page, you can download it HERE.
Go have a slithering, hissing adventure in your neighborhood!
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Jeff Weinell Twitter: https://twitter.com/jeffweinell
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