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Created by: Cool Facts About Animals Podcast

USA under 5's6-1011+

Started: January 12th, 2018

Status: Active, 156 episodes

Kind: Episodic

Language: English

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T-Rex v. Ankylosaurus
21:35 | December 28th, 2022

In this episode, one of the most fearsome predators of all time and a living tank go head-to-head. Yes, the T-Rex and the Ankylosaur battle! Before these two face off, we learn key facts to better predict who will take the crown. Which was faster? Which was smarter? Which was best equipped to survive?

Domestic Cats
27:45 | November 28th, 2022

If you are a regular listener of our show, you know that we LOVE cats – we even have three! In this episode, we learn all about domestic cats – how smart they are,  how much they sleep, how well they communicate, some strange jobs they’ve had, and of course, how cute they are!

Jaguar’s ABCs
03:38 | November 28th, 2022

In this bonus mini episode, Corduroy tries to teach Jaguar the ABCs… but it doesn’t go quite according to plan. 

Rats! With Special Guest Professor Monica Green
25:56 | October 25th, 2022

In this episode, we dive into the world of rats. Sure, they can crawl up sewer pipes into your toilet and may have been at least partly responsible for the deaths of tens of millions of Europeans. But – they’re also really smart, feel regret, and can show emotion with their ears. 

Rats and Plague with Prof. Monica Green (extended cut)
29:20 | October 24th, 2022

In this episode, we include many of the facts from our interview with Professor Green that we couldn’t fit in our Rat episode. We do go into some detail about the plague and its continued existence, so please use discretion in whether you feel comfortable listening to this episode. 

Interview with National Geographic Author Julie Beer
18:57 | October 16th, 2022

In this episode, we speak with National Geographic author about all sorts of cool animals facts. We talk about why pandas are black and white, why t-rexes have short arms, and some of her favorite animal myths to debunk. Julie is the author of almost 50 books, including a number of Weird But True books, and her new book – Why? Animals. 

Rebroadcast – Mega Plastic Episode with Dr. Jenna Jambeck
43:11 | October 13th, 2022

Today we are rebroadcasting our mega plastic episode.

Jaguar and Corduroy and Jaguar Present: Laughtown Game Olympics
10:17 | September 24th, 2022

In this special episode, Jaguar and Teddy play some games. You’ll never guess who wins! 

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Created by: Cool Facts About Animals Podcast
Started: January 12th, 2018
Status: Active, 156 episodes
Kind: Episodic
Language: English

USAunder 5's6-1011+
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