Flora Lichtman is here with our Video Pick of the Week. Hi, Flora.
FLORA LICHTMAN, BYLINE: Hi, Ira.
FLATOW: What you got for us this week?
LICHTMAN: This week's video pick is about a very menacing creature, and I want to give our listeners a chance to guess what it is based on some clues from University of Montana, biologist Doug Emlen and Erin McCullough.
ERIN MCCULLOUGH: These males have a giant pitchfork sticking out of their forehead.
Originally published on Fri October 5, 2012 12:03 pm
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