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SAN FRANCISCO, CA - SEPTEMBER 07: A pair of the new Apple AirPods are seen during a launch event on September 7, 2016 in San Francisco, California. Apple Inc. unveiled the latest iterations of its smart phone, the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, the Apple Watch Series 2, as well as AirPods, the tech giant's first wireless headphones.

What was Brewing with Jen Scordo today? As they do every day on “The Best Show Ever?” they went to Jen Scorodo to hear about 3 weird and interesting news stories, including scientists trying to bring something back to life, a new chicken sandwich, and a man going to great lengths to recover his lost AirPods. Here is what was brewing with Jen today.

Scientists Want to Resurrect Tasmanian Tigers

As we saw in Jurrasic Park, dinosaurs are too dangerous to bring back from extinction. But what about other extinct species? Well, we may eventually find out, as scientists are working on resurrecting the Tasmanian Tiger. The last Tasmanian Tiger died back in 1936. The scientists working on the product hope to have a baby Tasmanian Tiger within 10 years.

Scientist want to resurrect the extinct Tasmanian tiger

Nearly 100 years ago, the last Tasmanian tiger died, ending the reign of a species that dates back to 1000 BC. Now scientists are looking to bring them back from the dead. Known as Thylacine, the carnivorous marsupial once roamed the Australian outback before the last known survivor of the striped species died in 1936.

McDonald’s Announces the Chicken Big Mac

Have you ever wanted a Big Mac, but with Chicken? You may get a chance soon. McDonald’s has been trying out the product in the UK and will bring it to Florida by the end of August. If it goes well there, it could eventually become a staple on the McDonald’s Menu. It follows a trend on TikTok where people were making their ownthe  chicken Big Macs, by ordering a normal Big Mac, and two chicken sandwiches and making the Big Chicken Mac themselves. Scientists

McDonald's Is Testing a Chicken Big Mac - Eat This Not That

Move over, burgers. Chicken is the name of the game at McDonald's yet again. It seems that just like Burger King, McDonald's has decided that its latest and greatest chicken sandwiches aren't enough to satisfy the public's appetite for fried chicken. So it's bringing in reinforcements!

Going to Great Lengths To Track Down Some Stolen AirPods

One man was not going to sit idly by and let someone else take possession of his AirPods. Lewis Ellis left his AirPods on a plane. But instead of letting them go, he utilized the Find My iPhone app, to track his headphones. That is when he noticed they were on the move. He tracked them all around the world for months. Until he noticed they were settled in one location

That is when Ellis hopped on a plane to the capital of Qatar, Doha, to try and reclaim his lost AirPods. In the end, he spent $3k and traveled 4000 miles to track down the person with his AirPods. Luckily when he confronted the would-be thief, it was returned without incident. That led to a conversation of what Tyrone would do if this happened to him. Here is how that conversation went.

I spent $3K and flew 4,000 miles to track down thief who stole my AirPods

He went to great lengths to avoid the AirPodcalypse. A UK reality TV star relayed the incredible tale of how he flew 4,000 miles to track down the person who stole his Apple AirPods five months ago. A YouTube video of the fellow's miraculous journey to recovery is currently blowing up online as people marvel at his persistence.

You can listen to the full segment here…