Ever wondered how dolphins sleep, what a snail sees, or why praying mantises eat their lovers? Animalia is a science podcast about the weird and interesting things that animals do. Each episode join Annie, Farley and David as we interview, debate and field-trip our way through this fascinating world of animal behaviour. Really love what we do? You can support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/animalia
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Love this podcast, the sound quality is second to none and all the facts and guests are super interesting. The hosts are lovely to listen to, their voices are made for podcasting. You'd be a fool not to listen to this podcast. So do it! Just do it!
Really interesting, the episodes seem to keep getting better and better.
Great start guys! Just catching up on all the episodes now :D
I am also a graduate student (biophysics) and just love the energy that both the hosts and their guests have towards science. This is a really fun podcast to listen to on the way to my lab to get my pumped up for the day. I do wish they would place links to the papers they mention or that back up what they are talking about (although I did see they have links to their guests’ lab websites). Thanks for doing this!
Love this podcast but most of all I love the dulcet tones pumping out of those American lungs. The Aussie girl sounds great but that American.....perfection.
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Animalia launched 5 years ago and published 22 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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