Charlie sees a clever ad for the Great Barrier Reef, and after much convincing, WhySharksMatter agrees to go SCUBA diving at the world-famous location.
Charlie meets legendary shark scientist Eugenie Clark, who just turned 88 years old. Dr. Clark admitted to WhySharksMatter that “Can you please hold this stuffed Charles Darwin so that I can take a picture to put on the internet” was, in fact, the strangest question she ever received in her long and storied career.
Charlie arrives in Cairns, Australia with WhySharksMatter
Charlie knows that no Myrtle Beach vacation is complete without a trip to Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede. Since they were there representing Southern Fried Science, Charlie and WhySharksMatter cheered for the South.
After a long day at Alligator Adventure, Charlie joins some freshwater turtles for a nap.
Charlie’s wish is granted!
Charlie stops by the large alligator habitat at Alligator Adventure, but wishes that he could get closer to an alligator.
At Alligator Adventure, Charlie visits the albino alligator exhibit. He and WhySharksMatter were pleasantly surprised by the volunteer’s accurate description of mutations and deleterious alleles.
At Alligator Adventure, Charlie reunites with an old friend- the Galapagos tortoise.
While Charlie is very excited to visit Alligator Adventure in Myrtle Beach, he wishes that the gift shop carried something in his size.