Oceans Week Morning Interview (1-23-2020)


Chompers is produced by Gillet and sponsored by the adventures of Paddington. The new preschool series on Nickelodeon. 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 let's go. Thanks starting 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 in 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 expeditions 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. Answer the questions that you sent in but I switch to the other side 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? Ocean's like the Pacific the Atlantic the Indian and the Arctic Ocean when the Earth actually only has one gigantic ocean. There is only one on global ocean. But you just had one global ocean and you found a new fish for example in the Pacific if she's found in the global ocean that's much more specifically 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. Caleb from Candor N- Jeremy asked. How long is the longest jellyfish jellyfish? So the longest known jellyfish jellyfish. Tentacles have been measured up to one hundred and twenty feet long which is a huge jellyfish 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 of brush too. So this questions for Maggie and San Leandro and she asked why do big fish eat little fish because because they can. They're they're bigger than the little fish so it makes sense. Big Fish eat a lot of little fish but sometimes a little fish eat very big fish and a a lot of deep sea. Fish have huge mouse and balloon like stomachs so they can eat things as big 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 small bear. Could that's super. You're all done brushing for this morning but Dr John Sparks will be back tonight to answer. More more of your questions about the ocean until then three Chompers is a production of Gimblett media. Chompers is brought to you. By the adventures of Paddington. GROWNUPS meet Paddington. He's a little bear who loves MARMALADE sandwiches. And he's The star of a brand new preschool series on nickelodeon called the adventures of Paddington. Each episode finds Paddington Learning lessons from life's everyday adventures like getting his paw stuck in a mailbox or digging a hole to Peru with big laughs and a big heart Paddington discovers that being part of a family is the greatest adventure of all. Don't miss the brand new series the adventures of Paddington all week at twelve pm Eastern Eleven A._M.. Central Time only on Nickelodeon.

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