Oceans Week Morning Interview
Chompers is produced by Gimblett and sponsored by crest an oral B. Welcome back. It's time for choppers ear morning and night tooth brushing show tonight, our friend jasmine is here with a special interview. Jasmine, let's go. Thanks start brushing in the top of your mouth on one side and make sure to get the molars all the way in the back three. One. It's oceans week. So we went to talk to someone who is an expert on all the things you can find deep in the ocean. Dr John sparks is kind of a fish expert. He works at the American Museum of natural history in New York City, where he takes care of their collection of fish, and I work on not fossil fishes, but fishes that are living today and going on X petitions in the ocean is a big part of his job. He's like the Indiana Jones of the ocean. So we asked him to dive in with us and answer the questions that use Centene. But I switch to the other side of the top of your mouth and don't brush too hard. This question is from Peyton from Fairfax. And she asked why do people talk about different oceans like the Pacific, the Atlantic the Indian and the Arctic Ocean when the earth actually only has one gigantic ocean, there is only one global ocean, but you just had one global ocean. And you found a new fish, for example, in the Pacific, if you said she's found into global ocean, it's much more specific to say in the Pacific Ocean. So it's kind of like telling people your address. Yeah. It's a way for us to come to locate where we are on earth. Switch to the bottom of your mouth and make sure you're brushing the inside outside and chewing side of each tooth. Halaby from candor n-, Germany asked how long is the longest jellyfish. How long is the longest jellyfish. So the longest known jellyfish tentacles have been measured up to one hundred and twenty feet long, which is a huge jellyfish. So this jellyfish if it was held up above the water would be as long as a ten story building is what you're saying, the longest tentacles would. Yeah. Switch to the other side of the bottom of your mouth and give your tongue brush to. So this questions from Maggie, and San Leandro, and she asked why do big fish eat little fish because they can they're bigger than the little fish. So it makes sense big fish can eat a lot of little fish. But sometimes a little fishy. Very big fish and a lot of deep sea fish have huge mouse and balloon like stomachs, so they can eat things as big or or bigger than themselves. So like if a kid could do that what would that look like if a child could open its mouth super super wide. It would be like a child eating a small bear could that super gross? You're all done brushing for this morning. But Dr John sparks will be back tonight to answer more of your questions about the ocean until then. Three. Chompers is a production of Gimblett media. Hey champions. We wanna know if you could create your own country. What would it be like are there mountains and deserts or the jungle is it hot and sunny or cold, and I see what plants grow there? What animals live there is there? A special food that everyone likes to eat. We want to know all about your imaginary country. Tell your grownup what it's like and have them send it to us at choppers dot dental. We might use your answer on an upcoming episode of chompers grownups. That's chompers dot dental chompers is brought to you by crest and oral B grownups getting your kids to brush twice a day. Shouldn't be a struggle crest oral B make it fun with toothpastes and kid Abreu flavors like strawberry, and bubblegum and oral B has all kinds of dentist recommended toothbrushes in electric inmates. Styles to help kids at every stage of their development. So help your kids. Get in the habit of brushing and make their smiles healthy for a lifetime. Because when they love brushing with crest and oral B, you'll love their healthy smiles.