Episode 4 – Horned Lizard: Survival Through Blood, Sweat, and Tears

In the dusty old texan desserts, ain’t no one gonna help you when buzzerds and coyotes come a-callin. If you wanna survive out here, you better make like a lizard with a deep bag of tricks. Set a spell and learn you a thing or two about the lengths one wasteland reptile will go to to maintain the balance of Life, Death, and Taxonomy.


Music by NADA

Episode 3 – Tardigrades: The Teeny Titans Living in Your Backyard

Not all superheroes wear capes; some just wear indestructible exoskeletons. There aren’t too many immortal, invincible creatures on this good green Earth, but one of them is an adorable little microorganism… and he lives in your backyard! Don’t miss this animal that brings a new definition to Life, Death, and Taxonomy.

Episode 2 – The Ethiopian Wolf: Nature’s Goodest Boy

Deep in the heart of East Africa, where powerful lions prowl the savannah and graceful giraffes trim the treetops above, there dwells a small population of wolves with a keen sense of self-sacrifice. But the fact that this canine is sharin the plains with the largest predators in the world isn’t the most interesting fact about the Ethiopian wolf. Keep reading to learn why humans could learn a thing or two from nature’s goodest boy.

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Episode 1 – The Not-So-Humble Humboldt Squid

When you think of the most ferocious predators in the ocean, very few people think of the squishy squid as being in the top of the list. Join us as we take a look at one of the most aggressive polychromatic denizens of the deep as it stealthily eats up everything it can get its slimy tentacles on in Life, Death, and Taxonomy.

Featuring the vocal talents and expert barks of Yoshi the Hound Dog.

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