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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.
 
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Past Time

Matt Borths, Adam Pritchard, Catherine Early

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Past Time is a podcast that explores how we know what we know about the past. There's a special focus on the fossil record - it is hosted by two paleontologists - but delving into the story of the past isn't limited to dry bones. Today's paleontologists use techniques drawn from other sciences including Physics, Chemistry, Geology, and Biology to figure out what extinct animals were like and how they lived. Whether you are just starting to learn about the amazing animals that have called thi ...
 
Video podcasts about Antarctica Weddell seals, and the work of the ecologists based at Montana State University who study these magnificent animals. This is one of the longest running population studies ever of a long-lived mammal, and involves the southernmost mammal on our planet. More information on this Weddell seal research work available at WeddellSealScience.com.
 
In every episode of The Art of World Building podcast, host Randy Ellefson discusses how authors, screenwriters, game designers, gamers, and hobbyists can do world building better, faster, and have more fun doing it. Popular topics include creating gods, species, animals, plants, races, monsters, undead, continents, settlements, kingdoms, star systems, time, history, cultures, magic systems, religions, the supernatural, naming everything, and travel estimates for land, sea, and space.
 
About 100,000 years ago, Homo sapiens was still an insignificant animal minding its own business in a corner of Africa. Our ancestors shared the planet with at least five other human species, and their role in the ecosystem was no greater than that of gorillas, fireflies, or jellyfish. Then, about 70,000 years ago, a mysterious change took place in the mind of Homo sapiens, transforming it into the master of the entire planet and the terror of the ecosystem. Today it stands on the verge of b ...
 
SELF GROWTH -FOLLOW THIS TO LEARN HOW TO WORK IT OUT!!! Traci K is a former pro fitness and model champion, actress, singer author, artist, producer, TV and Radio Personality and Activist. She has authored over 15 different books on fitness, health and self growth. She is also the founder of FPLA. Creator of Fitstyle. She earned 10th in the world in tri fitness, was crowned many titles of pageantry including national and international titles on well known network like ESPN2, Fox Sports and T ...
 
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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…
 
Coastal marine habitats are essential to the health of our marine ecosystem, and hold both environmental and social importance. They provide valuable ecosystem services, but for decades they have been impacted by harmful human activities. In her final episode as host, Monni Böhm will be joined by co-host Celine Gamble and an expert panel to explore…
 
Reptiles - lizards, snakes, turtles and crocodilians – make up almost one third of all land vertebrate species on Earth, and also occur in many marine and freshwater systems. Yet despite their amazing diversity, reptiles remain hugely underrepresented in conservation research and action, when compared to mammals, birds, and even amphibians. In this…
 
Coral reefs are the most biodiverse marine ecosystems in the world, and more than 500 million people worldwide rely on coral reefs for their livelihoods, food security, and coastal protection. However, coral reefs are impacted by several threats, including rises in sea-surface temperature due to climate change. Join Monni as she navigates these uni…
 
After more than a year of Covid-19 impacting global populations, health systems and economies, one of the major questions being asked was how did this start, and how can we prevent it from happening again? As we humans increasingly disturb our planet’s natural habitats and convert them to agricultural and urban areas, the way we interact with wildl…
 
https://workingitoutseries.com for listeners who follow this podcast to get your free gift. What do binaural beats do; the discoveries and science behind it. How main label artists like Lady Gaga and others are used as weapons. How the military use these is it harmful or NOT. New age healing to help with changing your life and self growth goals. Qu…
 
DIscuss areas of health tools that can help you with your mood and much more discussing areas of our body , mind, and spirit. In these live shows listen in on amazing discoveries about our body, mind and spirit and how they relate or connect and discover if it has anything related to what you maybe dealing with in your own self growth areas.You can…
 
Law breaking, such as poaching or fishing inside marine reserves, is a great challenge to conservationists because research is often complicated by ethics and data privacy. However, important technological progress has been made in recent years, especially in the fields of surveillance and vessel tracking. Join Monni as she finds out from a panel o…
 
If you are a single woman over the age of 50...you might see that men as they get older don't take the time tor even showcase romance on dates. DISCOVER THE ELEMENTS BEHIND WHY MEN CAN BE LIKE THIS. HOW BEING SO INDEPENDENT CAN BE INTERCEPTING THIS AND MUCH MORE. FREE INVINCIBLE GODDESS ACTIVATOR MANIFESTION…
 
Conservationists are working hard to stem global biodiversity loss. Yet, just like biodiversity itself, the conservation movement is very diverse, with a variety of ideas shaping its framing, purpose and application. In this episode, Monni and co-hosts Yara Shennan-Farpón, Helen Muller and Thalassa McMurdo Hamilton, speak with Dr Chris Sandbrook, c…
 
Rewilding has emerged as a captivating, but controversial, concept in conservation. Depending on how rewilding is defined, it aims to increase “wildness” of nature, regenerate ecosystem functioning, develop self-sustaining ecosystems, or a combination of these. Join Monni as she finds out from the experts how real “wildness” can be achieved, and wh…
 
Še pred nekaj desetletji labodi grbci pri nas niso bili tako zelo pogoste ptice. Videti jih je bilo mogoče na Bledu ali na Otočcu, kamor so jih sprva pripeljali za okras. Zadnja leta pa labodi pri nas ne le gnezdijo, veliko jih pride k nam tudi prezimovat. A od kod? Te podatke naši ornitologi razberejo iz obročkov, ki jih ptice nosijo na nogah.Labo…
 
Madagascar is famed for its incredible biodiversity and charismatic lemurs, but has also seen extensive loss of natural habitat. Monni finds out from a panel of Madagascar aficionados what the island has been like in the past and what the challenges are for its surviving wildlife. How big is an elephant bird and its poo? What can old bones tell us?…
 
Small-scale fisheries (SSFs) provide around two-thirds of the world’s catch intended for human consumption, and support 90% of employment in the fisheries sector, therefore should have a huge role to play in achieving some of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Despite this, they are barely mentioned. Monni finds out from a panel of SSF a-fis…
 
Of Collective Behavior and Trilobites Reading scientific papers can be a daunting prospect. Even the titles can contain layers of jargon. On Past Time, we work diligently to break down the barriers of science to make the discoveries of science for audiences of all ages. In this episode, we experiment with a new method: breaking down every word in t…
 
For decades, conservationists, vets and farmers in the UK have been at loggerheads about the best way to manage bovine tuberculosis (bTB). This cattle disease is a huge burden on the farming industry and can pass between cattle and badgers, making it difficult to eradicate. In this episode, Monni teams up with bTB & badger specialists, to discuss b…
 
PAST TIME RETURNS! After three and a half months of discovering how insanely busy a museum curator can be, I (Adam) am back to past times with a brand new episode of Past Time! Join me on a journey back to the Smithsonian Institution to learn about the whole history of sloths. We’ll also meet RYAN HAUPT, an ally in sloth paleontology and science po…
 
Human-induced urbanisation, invasive species and land clearing are changing the environment at a far quicker pace than animals are able to evolve. Cognitive mechanisms can play a crucial role in determining how well animals adapt to this change. In this episode, Monni and a team of experts explore how integrating cognitive mechanisms into conservat…
 
Indigenous communities around the world possess an extremely rich body of knowledge about local environmental resources and biodiversity, which has the potential to be an invaluable conservation tool. However, this local ecological knowledge is being progressively eroded worldwide. Hear Monni and a diverse panel of experts discuss the challenges an…
 
People and nature depend on each other, and although humans are needed to manage and protect nature, conservation practices can interfere with human livelihoods and create conflict between groups of people with competing interests. In this episode our guest host Charlotte Coales teams up with four experts to explore the complexity of these conflict…
 
Episode 32 – The Changing Face of Crocodiles INTRODUCTION TO GROWING UP – Every living thing grows up, and this episode of “Past Time” explores the evolution of the growing process. Specifically, we explore the evolution of growth in crocodiles, and how changes to the growing process at the earliest stages of crocodile development help produce the …
 
Krompir, o katerem je sicer več teorij, kdo ga je iz novega sveta prvi pripeljal v Evropo, je bil na svoji prvi poti čez Atlantik brez progaste družbe. Tudi za časa Marije Terezije, ki je gojenje te kulture v naši deželi zapovedala, se kmetom o krompirjevi nadlogi še sanjalo ni. A koloradski hrošč, ki je dobil ime po državi, kjer so ga najprej opaz…
 
Akademik, biolog doktor Matija Gogala je svoje zanimanje najprej posvetil stenicam, te je že kot dijak preučeval, zbiral in študiral njihove vrste, kar je bilo pri število 650 vrst samo v Sloveniji precej obširno področje dela. Zanimala sta ga tudi žuželčja vid in sluh pa vibracijska komunikacija. V začetku devetdesetih let prejšnjega stoletja pa s…
 
June 9th is World Swallowtail Day, and what better way to celebrate than with a trip to ZSL’s Butterfly Paradise to marvel at swallowtails, their bird poo mimicking larvae and get a good sniff of the osmeterium. The what? Find out in this episode, where Monni and guests discuss important conservation work for swallowtails at home and abroad, learn …
 
Cerkniško jezero, ki je del Notranjskega regijskega parka, velja za eno največjih presihajočih jezer v Evropi. Po svoji biotski raznovrstnosti pa se najbrž lahko kosa tudi z jezeri v svetovnem merilu.Tam so opazovali polovico vseh evropskih vrst ptičev, od 180 vrst dnevnih metuljev, kolikor jih je pri nas, so jih na območju jezera našteli kar 125. …
 
THE FIRST FROGS OF NORTH AMERICA Every discovery we make in natural history happens thanks to specimens. Fossil bones, shells, footprints, coprolites, tissue samples—even field notes and photograms—are the building blocks scientists use to tell the story of life on our planet. On Past Time, we talk a LOT about the contributions of museums and scien…
 
Hold your breath while we remain underwater for this next episode - Monni and a team of specialists investigate the science behind marine plastic pollution. What are the impacts of plastic on wildlife, people and our coasts? What are the future avenues for tackling this issue? What can each one of us do to reduce single-use plastic in our everyday …
 
The marine environment is vast and until recently its sheer size and inaccessibility have hindered our ability to understand the impacts of environmental changes on marine life. Monni and a team of marine wildlife experts reveal how advances in electronic tracking equipment have allowed us to remotely monitor marine animals. How do you tag marine a…
 
Vipavska dolina ni le ena od desetih najboljših destinacij v Evropi, kamor jo je lani uvrstil Lonely Planet, pač pa je tudi območje, na katerem najdemo kar nekaj prav posebnih živalskih vrst. Med njimi so tudi take, ki so že na rdečem seznamu ogroženih rastlinskih in živalskih vrst. Njihovi ohranitvi in izboljšanju stanja njihovega habitata je name…
 
V idealnih pogojih lahko mačka na leto koti tudi do petkrat, pri nas do trikrat, in če ima vsakokrat štiri ali pet mladičev, je to na leto kar nekaj malih živali, ki največkrat končajo na ulici. Rešitev je gotovo poseg, kastracija oziroma sterilizacija, ki ne le prepreči, da bi žival imela mladičke, pač pa zmanjša tudi možnost pojava bolezni, željo…
 
Conservation often tries to restore habitats to what they were - but given that our climate is changing fast, this kind of ecosystem restoration may no longer be possible. Monni and guests explore how rewilding can help build resilient ecosystems for the future. Why is rewilding often so contentious? How can it be applied to help threatened species…
 
Monni teams up with ZSL's Behavioural Management Committee (BMC) to find out how giving animals choice positively enhances their welfare and how this is put into practice every day at our zoos. What is the BMC and what happens at 'enrichment evenings'? How do you assess the welfare needs of an ant? How long does it take a gorilla to solve a puzzle …
 
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