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Saola
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Finding the horns of a saola — a large ox-like mammal on the Laos-Vietnam border — was one of the great biological discoveries of the 20t

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8:58
Actress with long tongue
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February 24, 2018

We delve into the new science of revulsion.More

Snake head with red eye
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David Pizzaro explains how disgust shapes our moral reasoning.

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11:02
Taco with chapulines (grasshoppers) and beans
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What's the new trend in sustainable, eco-friendly food? Bugs!

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10:58
Bat hanging upside down and sticking out its tongue
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Biologist Merlin Tuttle braves crocodile-infested rivers, dark caves, and even bandits to find rare bats.

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12:31
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April 12, 2018

Reading books isn't always the best way to learn. Some things you need to learn from your elders, and their wisdom has often been passed down through the generations. More

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Rock climber Alex Honnold burst onto the scene a few years ago with some breathtaking solo climbs in Zion and Yosemite, and he’s pushed the limits for what climbers thought possible.

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12:14
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May 12, 2018

Can science tell you how to "get happy?"  This hour,  the psychology and history behind the very idea of happiness. More

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March 17, 2018

When was the last time you said something so mortifying that all you wanted to do was crawl under a rock and hide? From teenage angst to cringe comedy, we're setting aside the shame and reveling in all things awkward.More

against nature
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How do you go from producing riveting stories about real people for "This American Life" to writing surreal short stories? Diane Cook is the person to ask.

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