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Wild Things is a factual podcast with each episode focusing on a new species within the kingdom Animalia. Nature is weird and wonderful – and this podcast is definitely both. All episodes are recorded on foot, quite literally rambling through the countryside.

Wild Things is a factual podcast with each episode focusing on a new species within the kingdom Animalia. Nature is weird and wonderful – and this podcast is definitely both. All episodes are recorded on foot, quite literally rambling through the countryside.
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Location:

Australia

Description:

Wild Things is a factual podcast with each episode focusing on a new species within the kingdom Animalia. Nature is weird and wonderful – and this podcast is definitely both. All episodes are recorded on foot, quite literally rambling through the countryside.

Language:

English


Episodes

Episode 3: Tiger (Panthera tigris)

8/30/2018
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The tiger, Panthera tigris. How many subspecies are there? How large are they compared to other cats? What is their bite force? What is a tiger's top speed? What do they eat? Get answers to these questions and many more in this episode of Wild Things.

Duration:00:18:58

Episode 2: Leopard (Panthera pardus)

8/13/2018
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The leopard, or Panthera pardus! What are the differences between leopards and jaguars and how can you tell them apart? How do leopards hunt? What do they eat? Hit play to get answers to all these questions and more. We'll also discuss the main threats they face and why they develop a taste for humans.

Duration:00:11:16

Episode 1: Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus)

7/29/2018
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Welcome to the very first episode of Wild Things! Hit play if you want to learn a bunch of fascinating things about Cheetah – Acinonyx Jubatus. In this episode we’ll identify the difference between the three types of Mammals: Placentals, Marsupials and Monotremes. We’ll debunk a myth about why Cheetah only run at top speed for 10-20 seconds. We’ll discuss the threats they’re facing and why their population has declined so dramatically. And we’ll talk about their reproduction and why it’s...

Duration:00:15:17