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Episode one logo Episode One: The Mystery of the Barton Springs Salamander with Dr. Hayley Gillespie

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Something is living in your showerhead. Scientists need your help to figure out what it is, and why it’s there. Biologist Noah Fierer is enlisting people around the country to search out the tiny, microscopic life in showers. Find out what happens when Lindsay and Marshall sign up as citizen scientists, and turn their bathroom into a lab.

To find out more about the Showerhead Microbiome Project, visit http://robdunnlab.com/projects/showerheads

For more citizen science projects you can participate in, check out https://scistarter.com

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