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"Duck Quacks Don't Echo" is a pop science series on National Geographic Channel that is co-hosted by Michael Ian Black, Tom Papa and Seth Herzog.

The series puts an entertaining spin on assessing the validity of weird, unusual and over-the-top hypotheses through a series of interactive, original scientific tests.

As co-hosts of the series, Black, Papa and Herzog will challenge each other by presenting their best theories — ranging from "Can shrimp run longer than the average human?" to "Is it impossible for a blindfolded person to walk, swim or drive in a straight line?" — and then put them to the test with real, in-studio and field experiments.

"Duck Quacks Don't Echo" is produced for National Geographic Channel by JimCo Productions with Jim Biederman and Marla Ratner serving as executive producers. For National Geographic Channel, executive producer is Michael J. Miller; vice president of production & development is Lynn Sadofsky; senior vice president of production & development is Alan Eyres; executive in charge of production is Heather Moran; and president is Howard T. Owens.


Network: National Geographic Channel
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 60 mins.
Premiere Date: January 13, 2014
Seasons: 1
Production Company: JimCo Productions

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