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S2 Ep 30. Smart phones could become even smarter – thanks to ants, beetles, moths and spiders! A multi-animal special episode, marking the season 2 finale. Patrick explores what could be an insect inspired phone of the future! There’s the story of th... more
S2 Ep 29. Not all butterflies are colourful. The transparent wings of the longtail glasswing butterfly may hold the key to more effective eye implants. This could be of huge benefit to people with glaucoma - the second leading cause of blindness in t... more
S2 Ep 28. From goo to super glue! Slug slime may hold the key to mending wounds without stitches or staples. Scientists have developed new adhesives based on the properties of slug slime, that are as sticky as any glue, stretchier than a rubber band ... more
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Im listening to my first episode now and I love it maybe you could do one about a dogs nose and how they all have a different print ! 😃 WUV IT dogs nose plsssssssssssss
So informative, interesting and well done. more
This podcast makes a fascinating subject accessible. I have two comments about the pacing. Firstly, I listen to almost all podcasts at 1.5x speed. This one is much more comfortable at 2x. The second thing is that Patrick interrupts it approximately halfway through and spends a whole minute, perhaps more, to introduce it. That’s both weirdly placed, and too long. Otherwise really good
I have only listened to a couple of them, but I love them. Animals are what I have always loved. They inspire me. I want more trees and no more killy animals
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30 Animals That Made Us Smarter launched 3 years ago and published 63 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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