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Sasquatch Tracks

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Sasquatch Tracks

Micah Hanks, Dakota Waddell and Jeff Smith

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Sasquatch Tracks takes a scientific look at whether there are large animal species that remain undiscovered. With special emphasis on the Sasquatch in North America, the show looks at claims of apelike “relict hominoids” and other animals purported to exist in various parts of the world.
 
Delve into topical issues in zoology, conservation and the environment, from saving species and protecting the planet, to finding out about the animals living across the globe, including in London’s own river Thames. Learn more about the science behind the conservation work being done by ZSL and others, in this podcast from ZSL’s Institute of Zoology. Hosted by Dr Monni Böhm.
 
From archeology to zoology, real-world science is everywhere in Star Wars! Every episode includes an interview with an expert discussing how Star Wars relates to their field of study. Explore the many ways science is represented in a galaxy far, far away with hosts Melissa Miller and James Floyd, both freelance writers for Star Wars Insider magazine. Part of the Skywalking Network
 
Join co-hosts Chris and Ari for a discussion of animal training, behavior, human-animal relationships, and all things NEI-TEC (the Natural Encounters Inc Training and Education Center), and featuring guests from the NEI team and around the professional animal care world! Email us at podcast@naturalencounters.com if you have a question or something you'd like us to discuss on the show!
 
Welcome to the world's premier, high class animal facts podcast full of information that's like, probably true? Each week Maggie hosts a special guest and we learn everything you could possibly need to know about two animals. Everything. You. Ever. Need. To. Know.
 
The zoology podcast unravelling the true nature of some of the animal species we share our planet with by combining science with the ancient art of storytelling. Each episode will be packed with fascinating animal facts that will be revealed over the course of the story. Join us on a unique journey as we spend a brief moment following the life of a particular species. Welcome to Tales Of The Wild!
 
Electromancy is a new audio fiction fantasy adventure podcast, which follows the story of Jenna, a teenage lightning mage (or electromancer) who, after hiding her powers for years, is finally discovered and forced to attend the Royal Institute for the Study of Sorcery. There she will find allies, enemies, mysteries, monsters, and intrigue. And you thought your high school was bad.
 
It’s a Jungle Out There is the wild new podcast hosted by ZWF Miami’ #QueenoftheJungle Maria Tabraue. #ferociousfridays New episodes drop every Friday at 3pm EST. More information on host Maria Tabraue visit www.mariatabraue.com. For information on ZWF Miami visit www.ZwF Miami.com. Director: Alexis Canovas @alexia_canovasCo-Producer + PR: Matt Dillon / MDPR @mattdillon1983 / mdpr.usGlam: Peggy Mackey @peggymackeybeauty For visual episodes visit YouTube page: https://youtu.be/kIznnP2EEe0.
 
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The M Files Podcast

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The M Files Podcast

John Woodward, Valerie Innella Maiers, Patti Wood-Finkle

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From big cities to small towns, museums are everywhere. From natural history to art and everything in between, museums speak to different interests and backgrounds. Now peek behind the curtain and learn more about the museum world. Welcome to The M Files! Listen in as three museum professionals share and discuss professional topics and news impacting the museum world, along with interviews from museum colleagues from across the United States.
 
Welcome to ItsPersonalPodcast hosted by Gary R. Gray Jr. Gary is a teacher in Manila (Philippines). He enjoys talking with anyone who is willing to listen and share their stories with him. On this podcast you will find a talk series from Gary in which he dives deep into his childhood and current life. He takes the time to dissect his decision making and "accomplishments" up until now, and if he is truly living a full life. On his second podcast series #ItsPersonal, Gary speaks with educators ...
 
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TPN The Walk On

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TPN The Walk On

The Props Network, Brian Allen Mitchell, Joel Walkowski

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Joel “The Professional Gambler” Walkowski, Brian Allen Mitchell and a rotating cast of comedians, analysts and experts discuss the world of sports betting. On this show you'll get hilarious betting insight and legit picks for NBA, NFL, MLB, PGA and every sport that can be wagered on. Subscribe, download, review and chat with the crew live all week on The Props Network YouTube, Twitch and Facebook channels.
 
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They said it couldn't be done: a "Tales from the Trailer" episode that also has a cool guest who's not from NEI! Chris is joined by National Aviary Senior Aviculturist Sylvia Ronquillo to talk about Wagnerian opera, ping ponging across the country to pursue new career opportunities, navigating family members who initially aren't on board with "the …
 
Welcome to HMSC Connects! where Jennifer Berglund goes behind the scenes of four Harvard museums to explore the connections between us, our big, beautiful world, and even what lies beyond. This week Jennifer Berglund is speaking with Gabriela Soto Laveaga, a professor of the History of Science in the History of Science department at Harvard, who re…
 
A Mermaid is a mythical aquatic creature with the upper body of a female human and the tail of a fish. Legends of these creatures have been reported since the beginning of humanity. There is no evidence that mermaids live anywhere on earth. However, there are a lot of scientific reasons why they physically cannot exist. Seriously, fish and human’s …
 
The M Files crew went on the road to Sioux Falls, South Dakota last week for the 2021 Mountain Plains Museum Association's annual conference. In between sessions, we interviewed several conference attendees. This group included several seasoned museum professionals, conference vendors, and museum studies students. Listen in each interviewee shares …
 
Season one finale! Thank you for coming along with us. More news on our social medias for when S2 will come out. Artwork: Jovana Stekovic Logo: nydaaa Music: Home Base Groove by Kevin MacLeod Karen's Sources: https://www.britannica.com/science/zoology#ref48755 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dolphin https://www.nytimes.com/1999/07/06/health/evidence-…
 
Two hosts is fun, but what if we just invited...everyone?!? This week's episode is a pilot for a concept we've been kicking around for awhile of opening up the show to anyone who wants to attend the live recording and add their thoughts and questions and talk about the emails we got in real time. We get into fun discussions of whiskey brands, how b…
 
MEET SEBASTIEN LAGREE, FRENCH-AMERICAN INVENTOR AND VISIONARY As the inventor, CEO, and founder of Lagree Fitness, Sebastien Lagree continues to push the limits of the fitness industry. His ceaseless efforts to elevate the fitness world have proven to be effective. With 100 patents, the creator of a method named the #1 workout on ClassPass, and wit…
 
With the school in lockdown following the death of a student, Leonard comes to Brynn with an unusual request. Meanwhile, Lucas prepares to take matters into his own hands, and Ellie decides to stand up for herself. This episode contains discussions of death and grief. This episode was written by Nathan Comstock and sound designed by Austin Cruzen, …
 
The Black-Headed Duck is the only duck that's a brood parasite: it lays its eggs in the nests of other species. But unlike every other bird in the world that does this, it causes its host species negligible harm - because of what its ducklings do as soon as they hatch ... Subscribe to the show to make sure you don't miss any future Wild Episodes, a…
 
Bigfoot, also commonly referred to as Sasquatch, (another word we’ve stolen from Native Americans), is a large bipedal ape-like creature, covered in hair. Bigfoot has become an icon of cryptozoology. You know what cryptozoology is? Fake science. There is no evidence that Bigfoot exists. Even animals that have gone extinct millions of years ago leav…
 
The latest episode of Star Warsologies focuses on astrophysics in Star Wars! Astrophysics professor Dr. Lisa Will joins us for a discussion about planets, moons, and asteroids. She breaks down just what the phrase "a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away" actually means in terms of space and time as we know it. We also learn about real-life plane…
 
Ari and Chris are joined once again by NEI Senior Trainer Adam Geltz to talk all things fishing, video games, instrumental hip hop, and laziness (which, it turns out, doesn't exist). After Adam shares a bit about the history that brought him to NEI, the three of us take turns contributing ideas to answer this question: if you could build a zoologic…
 
It’s finally October, the best month of the year, and time for Better Than Human's spooky Halloween Episodes. We start the month off with a BOO and an episode on the Villisca Axe Murder House, recorded live in the Villisca House itself. Poor, poor Amber knew nothing about what happened in the house before recording. Not only did Amber and Jennifer …
 
On this edition of Sasquatch Tracks, the team is joined by Texas-based researcher Mike Mayes and UK podcaster and researcher Rick Minter for a discussion about the unusual appearances of large cats in various places, along with the relationship between the big cat mystery and the study of Sasquatch. A member of the North American Wood Ape Conservan…
 
The anthropogenically driven climate crisis and unprecedented rates of biodiversity loss are both threatening the foundations of economies, livelihoods, food security, health and quality of life worldwide. Treating these two crises separately can be ineffectual or even deepen the problem. A recent landmark study calls for a more integrated approach…
 
Welcome back to Season 2 of The M Files Podcast! To kick off our second season, we're joined by Heather Coffman. Heather is the museum registrar at the Comanche National Museum and Cultural Center in Lawton, Oklahoma. As usual, we start our conversation by asking Heather about her strangest experience in a museum. Then we dive right in to learn mor…
 
In episode 14 of Zoology Ramblings Robi and I record the first ever episode in person rather than over Zoom! We stick to the new format of: News, Animals of the week and end with current wider conservation stories. In this episode I talk about the recent decision by the British Government to possibly give beavers native species status and legal pro…
 
Tales from the Trailer returns for the second week in a row! Ari and Chris speculate about the possible international names for koozies, take phone calls about refrigerator deliveries, do an amazing sales pitch for a book about zoo animal training (seriously, they should pay us), and respond to a listener question about how best to find out if a fa…
 
Jenna takes a week off from being the main character. Pem contemplates the nature of friendship. Bruce investigates the trashing of the library. This episode contains bullying and fantasy violence. This episode was written by Nathan Comstock and sound designed by Austin Cruzen, with music by Thomas Dwyer. The cast, in order of appearance, are: Sena…
 
The latest episode of Star Warsologies focuses on recording history in Star Wars! Join us for a discussion with journalist and historian Chelsea Tatham Zukowski. Learn about the important role of journalism in a just society and how the Empire managed to erase the history of the Jedi. Chelsea talks about what beat she would like to work, and why An…
 
In this banger of an episode the friends divide and conquer. Karen goes ancient and looks for a goddess and Casey talks about a small area where you can get away with a felony? Artwork: Jovana Stekovic Logo: nydaaa Music: Home Base Groove by Kevin MacLeod Karen's Sources: https://www.guidememalta.com/en/attraction/xaghra-stone-circle https://timeso…
 
Tales from the Trailer time! Chris and Ari take a break from shows to read your emails, which leads to a discussion about how we navigate "the calling" of working in a field that demands a lot of time and energy with being good partners to our awesome spouses. Bethany and Drew, this one's for you! Have a question or something you'd like us to discu…
 
Neanderthals went extinct around 40,000 years ago so there are a lot of maybes when it comes to what we know about them. Did they know how to start fires? Did they use medicine? Did they have a language similar to humans? Did they know how to preserve food? Did they create art and music? Did they make clothing? Did they sail? The answers to all tho…
 
Welcome to HMSC Connects! where Jennifer Berglund goes behind the scenes of four Harvard museums to explore the connections between us, our big, beautiful world, and even what lies beyond. This week Jennifer Berglund is speaking with Dana Yoerger, Senior Scientist at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, who works in the Deep Submergence Labora…
 
The Orca (Orcinus orca) is one of the most famous animals on the planet - but there is some very unusual and kind of mysterious stuff going on with orcas, and a lot of it may be connected to their astonishing predatory abilities ... Subscribe to the show to make sure you don't miss any future Wild Episodes, and e-mail your comments, corrections, su…
 
Ari and Chris are joined by Shari Stern, Education Director for The Raptor Trust, to discuss dealing with mistakes: what we do when we make them, how to walk the line between taking responsibility and beating yourself up about it, how to set up systems so that mistakes aren't repeated by others, and how to help others when they're struggling with t…
 
Jenna and Brynn's rivalry heats up as Jenna get's ready to audition for the Institute's orchestra. Ellie enjoys some tunes. This episode was written by Nathan Comstock and sound designed by Hedley Knights, with music by Thomas Dwyer and Hedley Knights. The cast, in order of appearance, are: Tuesday Orion Ibert as Devon Leslie Gideon as Brynn Aubrey…
 
Neanderthals are an extinct species of archaic humans who lived to about 40,000 years ago. Neanderthals left Africa, while modern humans stayed behind. They interbred with an unidentified human species and then were ‘replaced’ by modern humans. Neanderthals most likely went extinct due to interbreeding with homo sapiens, climatic change, disease, o…
 
Casey and Karen are at their best with this spooky topic. Casey cracks us up with a cave dwelling, big boned witch, Mother Shipton. Karen gets weird with the Witch of Edmonton and her devil dog Tom. Artwork: Jovana Stekovic Logo: nydaaa Music: Home Base Groove by Kevin MacLeod Casey's Sources: https://www.history.com/topics/folklore/history-of-witc…
 
Ari and Chris are joined by NEI Senior Trainer Brad Moore to talk about fishing, his early love of "wed bwested wobbins," and his professional history and learnings as we do an unplanned deep dive into what we're calling "the romanticization of suffering," and the implications it has for sowing dissent, stunting growth, dividing teams, and contribu…
 
The latest episode of Star Warsologies focuses on alcohol and brewing in Star Wars! Join us for a discussion with Reed Miller about brewing, fermentation, and distilling. What we see in cantinas and casinos isn't the full story. In Star Warsologies, hosts James Floyd and Melissa Miller combine their love of Star Wars with their keen interest in all…
 
What most people know about black holes, they’ve learned from sci-fi. In this genre, black holes (spacetime where gravity is so strong that nothing can escape) can often do some nifty things, like time travel. In real life, however, black holes are a whole lot more interesting. A compact mass of deformed spacetime with zero volume and infinite dens…
 
On this episode of Sasquatch Tracks, the fellows of the Appalachian Institute for Hominology Studies are joined by Josh Moss, a researcher who uses GIS data and mapping software to analyze the Sasquatch mystery. Josh's professional background is in environmental science and archaeology, but in recent years he began to turn his attention to the disc…
 
Ari and Chris are joined by Mary Ewers Joyner, Avian Program Curator for Lorain County Metro Parks! Mary shares her history in the field and her facility's relationship with NEI, talks about her path towards being comfortable with becoming more than "just a naturalist," and dispenses some advice on what she thinks makes someone a successful consult…
 
Sarah Suk (pronounced like soup with a K) lives in Vancouver, Canada where she writes stories and admires mountains. When she’s not writing, you can find her hanging out by the water, taking film photos, or eating a bowl of bingsu. On this episode, listen to Sarah talk about her new book Made In Korea, along with the yummy treats she enjoys. Sarah …
 
Ms. Harper takes her suspicions to the Dean, who starts asking questions about Jenna. Meanwhile, Dylan shoots his shot. This episode was written by Nathan Comstock and sound designed by Aemyn Connolly, with music by Thomas Dwyer. The cast, in order of appearance, are: Karim Kronfli as Dean Ventrassi Kira Apple as Katya Harper Chris Magilton as Dyla…
 
Hummingbirds are the world’s smallest bird species, with a heart rate of 500 beats-per-minute on average and a breathing rate of 250/minute. Hummingbirds are nearly always on the edge of starvation, so they need to eat their body weight in nectar each day. Which might explain why some female white-necked Jacobin hummingbirds have evolved to look li…
 
Karen goes dark this episode with her coverage of gjakmarrja, an ancient vendetta custom still alive today. Casey keeps a bloody postbellum bickering breezy when she covers the Lee-Peacock Feud. Artwork: Jovana Stekovic Logo: nydaaa Music: Home Base Groove by Kevin MacLeod Karen's Sources: https://shakespeare.folger.edu/downloads/pdf/romeo-and-juli…
 
Ari and Chris are joined once more by NEI Supervisor Amy Fennell to reflect on last week's episode about trust accounts (and to tell HER SIDE of the great "Dan and Amy Saga"), to update us on the progress being made in prepping for our big big show at the 2021 State Fair of Texas, and to join us for a much-belated round of listener feedback during …
 
The European eel (Anguilla anguilla) is a snake-like, migratory fish. Eels spend most of their adult lives as freshwater fish, but are born and die in the ocean. How they’re born and how they die scientists are still trying to figure out. And we better figure it out quickly because European eel are a critically endangered species. So no jellied eel…
 
Chris and Ari are reunited by the power of the internet, and they're joined by NEI Senior Trainer Dan Blair! Dan shares his history with NEI and how improv made him a better stage presenter before all three get into an in-depth discussion about trust accounts and their implications for animal training, human relationships, and taking responsibility…
 
Do coconuts migrate? Yes, they do, but not by sparrows. It was actually humans who spread coconuts across the globe. Besides making great horse sounds when banged together, coconuts are extremely useful to humans. Coconuts are not just a new health fad, humans have been using coconuts since 3000 BCE, and not just for food and water. In The Good, Th…
 
The latest episode of Star Warsologies focuses on psychology in Star Wars! Join us for a discussion with Dr. Drea Letamendi about the psychology of our favorite characters in Star Wars. How is The Mandalorian coping with the knowledge that he was raised in a cult? How does Leia handle her grief? And why is Kylo Ren so emo? Drea's thoughts on pop cu…
 
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