Today's question of the day
Yesterday's question asked: During a Discovery Channel broadcast on Sunday, a conservationist "chickened out" on doing what? Being eaten alive by an anaconda. You can imagine the tweets this inspired!
Congratulations to Amy B. Wang of the Arizona Republic for being the first to get that right! Honorable laurels are extended to Craig Pittman, Hollywood Highlands, Dan Rosenbaum (who called the conservationist a "wuss"), Ken Walker (who remarked it was odd the show still aired under the erroneous title "Eaten Alive"), Claudine Laforce, Margo Howard, Erica Codey-Rucker (who phrased it jeopardy-style: "what is getting eaten by a live anaconda?"), and Judyth Mermelstein for all answering that correctly!
As for today's question, here it is: Tonight on CBS, a program that first aired 50 years ago will feature an animal that just got its own postage stamp in addition to its history-making TV show as its claim to fame. What/who is this animal?
Click here to submit your answer to @MuckRack. If you choose not to click that link, please include the word "answer" in your tweet so we can find your contribution quickly (the link will automatically do so for you)! And remember, you must spell your answers correctly to be counted. We’ll announce the winners tomorrow!