April 10, 2017

SUFB 301: Dolphins Eating Octopus Is Dangerous

SUFB 301: Dolphins Eating Octopus Is Dangerous

Researchers at Murdoch University found a unique behaviour in dolphins while they eat octopus. It's kind of weird, but interesting.


I'm trying something new with the Monday show by adding some segments.

Dolphins eat Octopus in a weird way to stay alive; Politicians say the darndest things; and, what's happening in conservation in South Africa;  

Enjoy the podcast!

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