St. Norbert College Professor Featured on Netflix

Brandt helped publish a paper on this unusual animal and what he discovered captured the eye of an Australian documentary company, who is producing a program including 72 dangerous animals in Latin America Dr. Brandt: Basically we validated that the solenodon is about 76-78 million years old. Storyteller: Brandt explains the solenodon as an insect consuming creature 30 centimeters long, weighing one kilogram, and having a pointed snout and beady eyes. Dr. Brandt: They ' re one of a couple of handful of venomous mammals in the world. Narrator: Brandt is hoping his work and the solenodon will be included on the documentary series.

Brandt helped release a paper on this uncommon critter and what he found captured the eye of an Australian documentary company, who is producing a program including 72 dangerous animals in Latin America Dr. Brandt: Basically we validated that the solenodon is about 76-78 million years old. Storyteller: Brandt explains the solenodon as an insect eating creature 30 centimeters long, weighing one kg, and having a pointed snout and beady eyes. Dr. Brandt: They ' re one of a couple of handful of venomous mammals in the world.