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Prehistoric Fossil Breeding

The Carbonaro Effect: Season 4, Episode 10
Michael schools a man on fish fossil breeding at a rock store, and he colours with his tongue at a paint store. Plus, on a construction site, Michael and his helper dig up a skeleton that still has some life in it.
Air date: December 20, 2018
Previous episode: There's Life in Here
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