Time for the shoutout.
What is meant by the term ectothermic?
If you think you knew it, shout it out.
Is it cold-blooded, volcanic, igneous, or warm-blooded?
You've got three seconds. Go!
If an organism is ectothermic,it's considered to be cold-blooded, with a body temperature that fluctuates with that of its environment.
That's your answer and that's your shoutout.
In biology, you might have been taught that all fish are ectothermic.
It's mostly right, but scientists have discovered an exception.
They recently took the temperature of an opah or moonfish, one that wasn't sick, but it was warm.
They found that even though this predatory fish swims hundreds of feet deep, its body temperature stays around 41 degrees Fahrenheit higher.
In the U.S., 40 percent of the food that's produced goes uneaten, goes to waste.
A charity organizer named Robert Lee says the amount of food that's wasted is enough to eradicate hunger.
So, Lee founded Rescuing Leftover Cuisine.
The organization is based on a simple idea and it's working for New York's res-taurants and New York's hungry.
Lee is today's character study.
The club that I was involved in, in college, brought leftover dining hall food from campus to the homeless shelter, and I just thought that the concept could be applied outside the borders of NYU.
So, welcome, and thank you guys for coming.
Today, we'll be going to the Long Rodeo Cafe.
In Manhattan alone, there is about 100,000 restaurants.
Our strategy is to work with as many restaurants as possible and get that food waste to people who need it.
Looks really good.
Our group has no minimum food requirement.
We pick up any amount of food, no matter how small it is.
Thanks a lot. Thanks, guys. I'll see you later.
Because that small amount can feed someone.
Rescuing Leftover Cuisine makes it so easy for us.
Here you guys.
Every little bit counts. That's one person's life that you just changed.
You see the line now.
They're actually going in for dinner.
All that food today that would have been thrown out without your help.
So I really appreciate it.
Since we started, we have rescued over 100,000 pounds of food.
It's just the beginning.
The need is so great, and there is just so much demand.Perfect.
With more restaurants, who knows how much more we could do?
People spend hundreds of billions of dollars on anti-aging cosmetics and treat-ments.
This engaged couple participated in an experiment that went the other direction, with the help of professional makeup and hair, they got to see what they could look like decades from now.
First, they seem to age pretty well, but as the experiment goes on.
The makeup, well, ages them.
Still, they said they were grateful for the glimpse into the possible future.
Guess it answers an age-old question, and if they didn't like what they saw, they could always kiss and make up.
It's an experiment for the ages, one that never gets old, though it gets old fast and it puts the beginning of today's show 10 minutes in the past.
I'm Carl Azuz for CNN STUDENT NEWS.