The Riddle of Washington’s Mt. Olympus: A SciShow Field Trip #1

The Riddle of Washington’s Mt. Olympus: A SciShow Field Trip #1


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Thanks to Subaru for partnering with us on this episode. Head to https://www.subaru.com/vehicles/outback/ to learn more about the all-new 2020 Subaru Outback. Stefan and Alexis are headed to Olympic National Park in Washington state to bring you some of the coolest geology stories there. This week, they explore why Mount Olympus should be taller than Mount Everest. Episode 2 :
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