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YAY! New episode! This is a top notch podcast series.
I have listened to ten or so episodes. 2 stars since it’s decent content if you can stomach the host pushing his propaganda and political agenda.
Macken, your podcast is amazing. I’ve been listening for a couple months now. And I’m addicted and have your podcast playing every night while I fall asleep. Honestly if this podcast did not exist I would probably know nothing about these random amazing animals. It also changed the way I think about animals. Thank you for making these amazing episodes for me to listen too. more
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Hi Macken I’m Henry and I’m 10 years old. I love your podcast. My uncle told me about it because he loves fish also my favorite episode is the Great white shark because I Learned that it is so rare to get attacked by one. I would recommend this to every one and trust me I try. I don’t know if you have done this before but If you haven’t can you do a episode on a German Shepherd because I have one.
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Species launched 6 years ago and published 239 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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