Hosted bySusannah Wilson

Curated byDeenah Vollmer, Hark Editor

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Crows Can Identify Individual Human Faces

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Birds are crazy smart especially crows. Here’s a reason why you don’t want to piss off a crow. From the podcast Short Wave.
Crows Can Identify Individual Human Faces

Short Wave

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Elephants Smell Each Other After Sex

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Carl Safina is an ecologist who explores our relationship with the living world—and how it could be better. In this episode of Clear + Vivid, Safina spoke to Alan Alda about a family of elephants, and how the family responded after one of them mated.
Elephants Smell Each Other After Sex

Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

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The Language of Prairie Dogs

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Are prairie dogs talking about us? Philosopher and writer Eva Meijer joins Jonathan Van Ness on Getting Curious for a conversation about how non-human animals communicate.
The Language of Prairie Dogs

Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

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Tear-Sucking Butterflies

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Why are butterflies drinking the tears from the eyes of turtles? Assistant professor of biology Chandreyee Mitra explains why and how it’s connected to their mating rituals. From Science Vs. podcast.
Tear-Sucking Butterflies

Science Vs

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How Squirrels Bury Nuts

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On Every Little Thing, animal behaviorist Mikel Maria Delgado explains how squirrels can bury up to 10,000 nuts every fall—and are able to find them again.
How Squirrels Bury Nuts

Every Little Thing

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How Octopuses Lie and Other Tricks

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On his podcast Clear + Vivid, Alan Alda speaks to naturalist and author Sy Montgomery about the incredible ways octopuses protect themselves against predators. She is the author of the New York Times bestseller The Soul of Octopus.
How Octopuses Lie and Other Tricks

Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

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Curated byDeenah Vollmer

6 CLIPS25 MINS

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