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New Species

New Species Podcast

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Just a fraction of the species on our planet are known to science, but more are described and published every day. This podcast talks to the authors of these new species to get the behind-the-scenes stories of how new species are found and named, as well as why these discoveries should matter to everyone, not just scientists. Join us on our journey to better understand the wonderful biodiversity of our planet! Be sure to follow New Species on Twitter (@PodcastSpecies), and support the podcas ...
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Exploring bizarre and unusual dealings of the strangest species, us. In each episode, Mike reveals a peculiar topic, and Eth reacts not knowing what on earth they are going to be discussing. Come and join the rabbit holes they'll dive into.
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Protect Species Podcast

Global Center for Species Survival

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It’s no secret that Earth’s ecosystems and species are under threat, but there are things we can all do to reverse the trends of extinction and climate change. In each Protect Species episode, co-hosts Dr. Monni Böhm and Justin Birkhoff celebrate biodiversity and converse with conservationists. Twice a month, you’ll hear from global experts who dedicate their lives to protecting species like polar bears, sharks, fungi, mayflies and more! Protect Species is an entertaining and educational pod ...
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"The host, Macken Murphy, is able to condense vast chunks of information into engaging and digestible episodes. Fact-filled and fun." — The New York Times
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איך כלכלנים חושבים על אנשים? האם הם נסמכים על עובדות או מונעים מאידיאולוגיה? האם הם מושפעים מאופנות או נאמנים לעקרונות מדעיים? וכיצד האופן בו הם חושבים ומבינים בני אדם משפיע על ההמלצות למדיניות? או במילים אחרות: על החיים שלנו? הפודקאסט הזה מספר את סיפור חייו של המין הכלכלי, הרעיון המהפכני שאיפשר לתאר את האדם כיצור כלכלי. נשמע כיצד לאורך ההיסטוריה הסתכלו כלכלנים על האדם באופנים שונים, וכיצד אופנים אלה הושפעו ממגמות חברתיות, מדעיות, פוליטיות וכלכליות. אבל הסיפור המענין במיוחד הוא כיצד האופן בו ...
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This podcast is about wheither we should or shouldnt bring back extinct animals. yes and no. Yes because the term "species does not just conclued animals, but plants! The reason why we should bring back extinct plants is becuase they can help with the biggest problem we are facing on earth right now, global warming. According to livescience.com In warmer temperatures, it was revealed, plants emit more of the gases that stick to aerosol particles. These can lead to cloud formation and, as a r ...
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Exploring various topics of history and government with a feeble attempt at humor. Don't worry I lack the storytelling ability of a Dan Carlin, the commitment to a fast pace and consistent release schedule of a Mike Duncan. Nor do I have the calm and reassuring voice of a Robin Pierson. What I do have is some spare time and boredom and want to talk about random things in history.
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Have you ever dreamt of sporting an elephant's trunk for a day, or perhaps fluttering around with butterfly wings? Our playful musings on such animal appendages kick off a journey into the heart of elephant conservation with Dr. Vivek Menon. The founder and executive director of the Wildlife Trust of India and chair of the Asian Elephant Specialist…
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“Wouldn't it be amazing if you went into Nike Town and the same pair of shoes or the same style [but]each pair was different because it had been grown and was not the result of a plastic, you know, a plastic polymer or an animal that had been so heavily finished that they all look the same. That, or me, would be mind blowing, where you and I could …
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Join us today as we take our own time machine back to visit Victorian London and lament about how we wouldn't be tough enough to endure the most basic aspects of life. From the Two Penny Hangover to mummy revealing parties and Eth's favorite, living garden gnomes, come and explore some of the bizarre and unusual everyday parts of life for the Victo…
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Dilan Fernando gives some tips that animal advocates can use from the book Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity by David Allen. Dilan discusses how he uses these tips in his own life and in the organisation he is a part of – Animal Think Tank. This advice can help individual animal advocates and animal advocacy organisations get…
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Skinks are one of the most diverse families of lizards, and Ishan Agarwal studies skinks in India, one of the most biodiverse countries in the world. From the forest to the lab to the museum, Ishan shares his experiences investigating a group of cryptic skinks that had quite a few surprises to share, including biology and behavior. What is it about…
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Episode 3: This month Bret and Justin discuss latest trips, internet fishing news, and the fish of the month. We have our interview with Austin Anderson of CarpPro Texas Guide Service https://carpprotexasguideservice.com/ Send your fish of the month photos or stories to FOTM@ifitswims.com we can be found at ifitswims.com http://ifitswims.com/ and o…
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כבר כמעט מאה שנה שהומו אקונומיקוס פועל כדי למקסם את התועלת שלו. לאחר הטיפול של נייט, שהפך את הומו אקונומיקוס שלנו ליצור מגוחך, לקריקטורה של אדם שעסוק כל הזמן בשיפור המצב שלו, ברור לכל שאף אחד לא באמת מבין מהי התועלת הזו שהוא פועל כדי למקסם. מהו הדבר שהומו אקונומיקוס שואף אליו? איזה מין מושג זה "תועלת"? איך אפשר לזהות אותו? או למדוד אותו? איך אפשר ל…
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Venture into the frozen realm of the Arctic with Dr. Steve Amstrup, a leading authority on polar bears, as we explore the profound impact of climate change on these iconic predators. Throughout our conversation, Dr. Amstrup draws from his extensive fieldwork experience, highlighting the urgent challenges posed by melting sea ice and the behavioral …
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Discover the ephemeral beauty of mayflies and the pressing need to conserve our precious wetlands with Dr. Luke Jacobus, whose boundless enthusiasm for Ephemeroptera and Indiana's wetland ecosystems shines brightly in our latest conversation. As we wander through his journey from a curious child enthralled by the natural world to a professor and re…
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Unlock the secrets of successful conservation efforts and witness the collision of science, humor, and hope as we engage with some of the sharpest minds in the ecological arena. Co-hosts Dr. Monni Böhm and Justin Birkhoff invite you to eavesdrop on their banter with conservation heavyweights like Dr. Steve Amstrup, Dr. Rima Jabado, Dr. Vivek Menon,…
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“He called me into his office and he said, ‘you see that picture above my desk?’ I said, ‘yes.’ It kind of looked like an animal that reminded me of a squirrel. He said, ‘that is a lemur that we think is extinct in the wild. If you can, please go to Madagascar and find out if it's extinct or not.’” – Patricia Wright Dr. Patricia Wright is an anthro…
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Spiritualism swept through the United States in the mid-1800s and early 1900s, bringing along its main star, the séance. Millions of average Americans flocked to mediums and huddled around dark tables in shadowy rooms for the chance to speak to their deceased loved ones, and unfortunately, many ill-meaning crooks took advantage of them, making cons…
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“When those fires happened, it was about 8 o’clock in the morning. It goes completely black, so the sky is completely black. There's no light. The sound is like being under a train. It's unbelievably loud. And of course, the heat. You are right in the heat of the fire and the smell and the taste. So, every one of his senses was taken from one world…
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What would you do if you were stuck in Antarctica with no chance of being rescued when all of a sudden you developed Appendicitis? What if the doctor there said he had to operate to remove your Appendix, or you'd die? What if you were the doctor and had to remove your own Appendix? That's what happened in the true story of Leonid Rogozov, a soviet …
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Our guest today is Kyle Behrend, a seasoned animal advocate and not-for-profit professional with a passion for AI and how it can assist the animal advocacy world. He has over his 13 years working with farm animal sanctuary Edgar’s Mission where his roles have spanned from on-the-ground animal care to Operations Manager. This broad experience has cu…
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Join us as we journey back in time to uncover the haunting story of the SS Princess Alice, a tragedy lost to the depths of history. In this gripping video, we explore the harrowing events surrounding the sinking of the SS Princess Alice and the devastating impact it had on those aboard. Set against the backdrop of Victorian London, we delve into th…
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Mike Stephan is a lawyer obsessed with scientific etymology, specifically tautonyms, binomial names in which the generic name and species name are exactly the same. Scientific naming conventions and customs have a rich history, and as Mike says, “[taxonomic names] in some perhaps unintended way tell the greater story of human anthropology and histo…
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Adam, Lottie and Nick discuss the article AI Predicts Most Of World Will Be Vegan By 2075, by Adam Protz in Plant Based News: https://plantbasednews.org/news/tech/ai-predicts-world-vegan/ We cover the problems of using AI to predict anything, some of the tipping points identified in the article regarding shifting towards a vegan world and our thoug…
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“There's this hidden curriculum, right? With dissection you're supposed to be learning the anatomy, the physiology of a particular animal. But really, what students are learning is that these animals are meaningless. They're basically just a tool for you to cut into and then discard after you're done with your so-called learning.” – Nicole Green In…
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Embark on a riveting journey through time as we delve into the extraordinary life of Alexander Selkirk, the real-life inspiration behind Daniel Defoe's iconic character, Robinson Crusoe. In this captivating episode, we unravel the gripping tale of Selkirk's fateful decision to be marooned on an uninhabited island off the coast of Chile in 1704. Joi…
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Our guest Kristy Alger from Animal Liberation Tasmania shares updates from their extensive campaign Defund TasRacing. ALT has released extensive videos and photos showing the reality of life for greyhounds on trainer, owner and breeder properties in Tasmania. The conditions that greyhounds are kept in, for often up to 23 hours a day are truly shock…
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“We live so disconnected from the natural world, and many people live much more disconnected than I am because I've made the natural world my life, my work. But if it's still surprising me and we live so disconnectedly, why is that? Because these owls have been here, all these other creatures have been here since before we got here. They're a norma…
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Dive into the bizarre and comical military campaign that pitted Australian soldiers against an unexpected foe - the emus! In this episode, we explore the infamous "Emu War" of 1932, where Australia's military was deployed to combat a population of emus wreaking havoc on farmlands. Join us as we uncover the peculiar events, the strategies employed, …
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There are no snakes in Alaska, so what’s that snakelike shape crossing the road? Few people would guess it’s actually thousands of fly larvae moving in a very peculiar pattern that gives the snakeworm gnat their common name. Dr. Thalles Pereira and his coauthors spent lots of time rearing, observing, and sharing their findings with their community …
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Join us as we speak to two parents raising vegan children in a non vegan world. Mark and Lydia join us in the studio as we speak of the ups and downs of raising the next compassionate generation. How do vegan kids deal with the issues facing them? What about pushback from society on the parents who decide to raise their children vegan? Do vegan kid…
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Episode2: This month Bret and Justin discuss latest trips, internet fishing news, new frog haul including Spro, Lunker Hunt, Pathfinder, and Spike King and the fish of the month. Send your fish of the month photos or stories to FOTM@ifitswims.com Links to the gear reviewed and more can be found on our website at (too many for show notes) If It Swim…
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In 2007, Trent Reznor, the frontman of Nine Inch Nails, decided to do a little something extra to release the band's new album. He hired a gaming company to design and execute an elaborate scavenger hunt both in real life and online, dropping hints about the new album shrouded in a future post-apocalyptic game fans could participate in. Sounds conf…
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On this show we speak with Dr Leila Dehgan, doctor, plant-based nutritionist and Founding Director of Plant-based Health Justice. Born in Tehran, Iran, and raised in Vienna, Austria, Leila is a plant-based nutritionist and social justice activist. With a background in medicine, Leila had to pivot her career path due to debilitating migraines.Althou…
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This is a short episode to share some thoughts and feedback from this year's New Species community survey, as well as some updates on what is to come for the podcast. Take the community survey here before March 1st: https://forms.gle/ayoZfXzadr2kd3st5 Check out our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/NewSpeciesPod And the Website: www.newspeciespodcas…
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“One after another, citizens came up. And they just hammered that council with additional concerns. You know, one of the guys, his place is 500ft from there. He's like, ‘what do you think this is going to do to me, to my family? How dare you expose me and my family and this community! None of you all live around there. How could you have not brough…
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Join us on a captivating expedition as we delve into the enigmatic world of Forrest Fenn's treasure. In this episode, we embark on a quest to uncover the truth behind one of modern history's most tantalizing mysteries. Forrest Fenn, an art dealer and author, sparked a treasure hunt like no other when he claimed to have hidden a chest filled with go…
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3CR Subscriber Drive Monday, February 12 – Sunday, February 18. This week is 3CR Subscriber Week and we thought it's a great time for another Animal Trivia show! See if you know the answers to the questions that baffled the team. 3CR is one-of-a-kind! We have 400 volunteers and cover an incredible array of programming content. From special broadcas…
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Join us as we delve into the daring world of those who have risked it all by going over Niagara Falls. From the legendary stunts of Annie Edson Taylor to the modern thrill-seekers, we explore the motivations, preparations, and harrowing experiences of individuals who have defied gravity and challenged fate at one of the world's most iconic natural …
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Who wouldn’t want to receive thousands of millipedes in the mail? When Dr. Henrik Enghoff does it’s through his partnership with FoRCE, the Forest Restoration and Climate Experiment, a group researching tropical forest dynamics and their relationship with things like human disturbance and climate change. They collect millipedes through their field …
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A deep dive into the manosphere, with the scholar who knows it best, Louis Bachaud. The manosphere is a constellation of 5 loosely affiliated communities, including pick-up artists (PUAs), men's rights activists (MRAs), "Men Going Their Own Way" (MGTOW), incels (the "Black Pill" communiy), and the "Red Pill" community. Louis details the history of …
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Hayden and Lottie ask Nick about his dream vegan menu as we celebrate vegan eating, make the case that being a foodie doesn’t have to be inconsistent with being a vegan and discuss prefiguration – trying to live in a way that is consistent with the future we are working towards. The episode is based on the format of the foodie podcast Off Menu with…
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עכשיו, כשהומו אקונומיקוס הוא לא יותר מקריקטורה, עולה השאלה כיצד מארגנים חברה באמצעות קריקטורות. האם נכון יהיה לנסות לארגן את המערכת הכלכלית האמריקאית על פי דמותו המגוחכת של האדם הכלכלי החדש? ואם לא - מה כן? החלק השלישי של הפרק החמישי עוסק בשאלות הללו ובפתרונות שהוצעו להן. יש לנו עמוד פייסבוק: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100088634295323 …
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