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There are 1429 episodes in the Nature topic.

These are the latest episodes from the Nature topic added to soundcarrot, but be careful, many of these are serialised shows so jumping in at episode 10, for example, could confuse matters.

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Ep 98: Buzzzzzzz
00:19:41 | Season: 6 | Episode: 99 | February 19th, 2024

Bees make one last appearance on the show, this time getting hammered on college campuses to help scientists understand the neural pathways of human addiction.

207 Bucolic dell in upland meadows (subtle, slow, best with headphones)
01:01:42 | Episode: 211 | February 18th, 2024

Steep grassy meadows. Grazing sheep. Overgrown hedgerows. Thickets. Narrow stony streams, sometimes with sandy banks. Grit stone walls, with tumbled stones where weather and animals have made a way through. Thistles. Clumps of dense nettles. Patches of tall, well established woodland. A muddy farm beyond. And another behind. And hours, if you want, if you allow yourself, to lean elbows upon damp timbered gates, Put aside what’s to do, and focus every part of your conscious mind on taking the landscape in. 

The Case of the Molecular Detective
00:18:28 | Season: 9 | Episode: 8 | February 16th, 2024

When human health is on the line, it’s a case for a molecular detective! Meet Mona Minkara, a scientist who studies molecular clues to solve big crimes inside the body. She’s tracking down the criminals who creep into our bodies to make us sick. Find out how Mona uses her powers of observation to solve mysteries just like her hero, Sherlock Holmes.

227: Trumpeter Swan & Lovebug
00:43:38 | Episode: 227 | February 14th, 2024

Romance is in the air as Ellen commits to the trumpeter swan & Christian catches the lovebug bug. We discuss clown shoe runways, air horn duets, bird monogamy, a mysterious case of missing bugs, and the true meaning of going out with a bang.

206 Dawn birdsong in the leafy ravine
41:12 | Episode: 210 | February 11th, 2024

Meteorological spring is approaching. Mornings are getting lighter. Song birds have found their voices, and though it’s still early in the mating season, are already decorating the hour around daybreak with mellifluous sound. In a few short months, it will peak.

S6 13: Emma’s Ultimate Guide to National Parks: Gros Morne
00:21:08 | Season: 6 | Episode: 13 | February 9th, 2024

Waddaya at, listeners? That’s nefinese for “hello”, or “what’s up”. What’s nefinese? The slang spoken in Newfoundland. Today Emma is excited to explore the magnificent Gros Morne National Park in Newfoundland, Canada, but watch out: It looks like she’s about into stumble a sticky mishap. Tune in to find out more. ——————————— Are you a card-carrying Earth Rangers member yet? Make sure to sign up for FREE App today to get your membership card in the mail! Get it here! https://www.earthrangers.com/EN/CA/get-the-app/ And don’t forget to use the code “EMMA” in the App to unlock 25 bonus points. Thanks so much! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

226: Cicadas w/ Nick VanAcker!
01:06:52 | Episode: 226 | February 8th, 2024

Join Ellen & science educator and nature hype man Nick VanAcker to sing praises for some of our favorite true bugs: cicadas! We discuss how and why cicada choruses sing the song of the summer, why they spend so much of their lives underground before emerging and what’s so special about prime numbers anyway, the real parasitic fungus that inspired a cicada-themed Pokémon, and so much more.

Ep 97: Shockoe
00:42:12 | February 5th, 2024

Some dogs work to close decades-old cold cases. Others are tasked with finding long-lost burial grounds, shining a light on America's racist foundation while uncovering the truth that some today wish would stay buried. **********Cat Warren author of "What the Dog Knows" (thank you!)Thanks to Kimberly Chen for sharing the public reports of what HRDs found at Shockoe African Burial Ground II. Peabody Essex Museum TalkNational GeographicDiscover MagazineNY TimesThe Guardian Canine Forensics Foundation Indigenous  Science ICFK9WTHR.com BaumeisterMartin ArcheologyAPTN News McGill Historical RichmondSaving Places PODCASTRVABody SnatchingRichmond Cemeteries Ryan SmithPalm Beach Florida Weekly Scripps News LA TimesUS NewsTCIF.orgSapiens.org CB

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