How Woodpecker Heads are Like Helmets…AND Hammers
100507 How Woodpecker Heads are Like Helmets...AND Hammers

How Woodpecker Heads are Like Helmets…AND Hammers

Thanks to Blinkist for sponsoring this episode. Click the link to start your 7-day free trial and get 25% off a premium membership: You’d think you’d need a very padded helmet to be able to slam your head against a tree continuously without getting a concussion, but it turns out woodpeckers' skulls aren't doing as much shock absorbing as we previously thought! Hosted by: Hank Green SciShow is on TikTok! Check us out at ———-
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