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Medieval skeleton found in roots of toppled tree, Ep. 219

This week on Crave we see the future of aircraft landing gear and robotic automobiles inspired by insects and prehistoric fossils, we learn how to get over your ex-boyfriend with the Nickelblock app, and the remains of a young medieval stabbing victim...
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