Bunsen’s Dadguy Jason Zackowski appearing on History Channel episode

[EDITOR’S NOTE – The following story originally incorrectly stated that Jason Zackowski was hosting the Dogs and Cats episode of the History Channel series History Erased; he will be a contributor for that episode. We apawlogize for the error.]

Jason Zackowski, known on Dog Twitter and Science Twitter as Dadguy of Bunsen the Science Dog and Beaker the Science Pup, will appear in an episode of the History Channel series History erased during Season 3, bringing his considerable knowledge of the subject matter of that specific episode.

The specific episode will focus on dogs and cats, and other episodes will focus on bugs, glass, gold, salt, and the wheel, with each episode examining what the world might look like if the subject in question did not exist. So while it’s not just historical content, as there is an element of speculation involved, it still looks very fascinating.

Zackowski is well suited for this role as his actual job is a high school chemistry teacher in southern Alberta, Canada, and he is also the primary host of The Scientific Pawdcast, where family stories and adventures are interspersed with educational content and interviews with experts in many fields of science, ranging from astronomy or ophthalmology to paleontology and neuroscience, as well as fun anecdotes about the nature and questions about mail bags.

It’s not entirely clear when the Dogs & Cats episode airs, but the new season will begin on Tuesday, May 4. his appearance in the official trailer for the season.

Bunsen’s Dadguy Jason Zackowski will appear in an episode of a History Channel television series.

The Scientific Pawdcast is available for free on all major podcast providers, including Spotify and iTunes, but their efforts can be supported through Bunsen’s Patreon, and Bunsen and Beaker can be followed on Twitter at @BunsenBernerBMD and on Instagram at @ BunsenBerner.BMD. Dadguy’s Twitter account is @ZedScience.

The previous two seasons have focused on particular countries, imagining a world without China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Netherlands, Sweden , the United Kingdom or the United States.

History erased Season 3 begins Tuesday, May 4 on the History Channel and is also slated to be accessible in the United States via the Discovery Plus streaming service and in Canada via the STACKTV streaming service.

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