Tumble Science Podcast for Kids

Tumble Science Podcast for Kids

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Exploring stories of science discovery. Tumble is a science podcast created to be enjoyed by the entire family. Hosted & produced by Lindsay Patterson (science journalist) & Marshall Escamilla (teacher). Visit www.tumblepodcast.com for more information an
Tumble Presents: Becoming Mother Nature
Nov 9 • 35 min
Today we’re presenting the first episode of Becoming Mother Nature, a show from our friends at Gen-Z Media. It’s recommended for listeners 9 and up. For the rest of our listeners, we’ll be back with a new Tumble episode next month! When Chloe is sent off…
The Mask of the Crow Scientist
Oct 26 • 12 min
Not a true crime story, but a true science story! Starring a murder of crows, a person in a creepy mask, and one very curious scientist named Kaeli Swift. We unravel the mystery of what appears like scene from a Halloween fright night, but is actually an…
Pluto and the Planetary Pandemonium
Oct 12 • 13 min
It’s a scientific controversy of planetary proportions! Is Pluto a planet, or not? You decide, after we present two sides of an epic astronomy argument. Back in 2006, the International Astronomer’s Union voted on a definition of the word “planet” that…
What Would Earth Be Like If Volcanoes Didn’t Exist?
Sep 28 • 11 min
A volcanologist imagines a world without volcanoes, and tells us how her recipe for homemade lava bombs might lead to discoveries about ancient volcanoes in outer space! It turns out that volcanoes do more for planets than create natural pyrotechnic…
The Journey to the Bat Cave
Sep 14 • 15 min
Join us on a field trip to the biggest bat colony in the world! Bracken Cave is home to 15 million Mexican free-tailed bats. It’s the largest concentration of mammals on the planet, and it’s made up of only mothers and their babies. On our visit, we’ll…
The Science Splash Jam! Live
Aug 31 • 10 min
This summer, Tumble went live!! and we want to share the science magic with all our listeners. In this episode, you’ll hear our favorite parts of our Back-to-School Science Splash Jam from the Scottish Rite Theater in Austin, Texas. Get ready for a sea…
The Case of the Shrinking Laboratory
Aug 17 • 11 min
What if you could shrink your technology down to a size that’s 100,000 times smaller than the width of a human hair? It sounds like sci-fi, but it’s not. Romain Quidant shows us how he helped shrink an entire medical laboratory down to the size of a…
The Girl Who Spoke Science
Aug 3 • 12 min
Meet 11-year-old Sarah Galvani-Townsend! She’s our first ever kid science expert. In many ways, Sarah is a regular kid who loves science. But she’s got an unusual hobby. Sarah tells us why studying dogs and rabies is one of her favorite extracurricular…
The Snapdragon Hunt
Jul 20 • 16 min
It’s the tale of an epic science adventure. It’s the drama of the hunt for a dragon… a snapdragon! This isn’t the kind of dragon that breathes fire. It’s a flower! And biologists have been hunting for them every summer, in an ongoing quest to understand…
Mailbag Episode With Joe Hanson!
Jul 6 • 13 min
Joe Hanson is a scientist who hosts PBS Digital Studio’s It’s Okay to Be Smart and Hot Mess, a new YouTube show about climate change. He’s been a longtime friend of Tumble’s, so it was a no-brainer to ask him to help answer listener questions! Joe tells…
The Road Trip to Outer Space
Jun 22 • 71 min
Got a long trip coming up? Turn it into an adventure into outer space! Marshall’s headed out on an intergalactic journey. He’s lined up the best episodes on astronomy for your road trip! See what it’s like to spend a year on Mars, take a wild ride through…
Tumble Presents: Young Ben Franklin
Jun 8 • 16 min
**Recommended for listeners age 8 and up** This week, we’re presenting a new show from our friends at Gen Z Media! It’s called Young Ben Franklin, and it’s a mystery-adventure series about the 14 year old kid who went on to become one of America’s most…
The Barcelona Supercomputer Adventure
Jun 1 • 14 min
This week, we’re taking you to visit one of most powerful computers in the world! It’s called MareNostrum 4, and it’s housed in a former chapel in Barcelona, Spain. We’ll find out how scientists are using supercomputers to tackle some of the world’s…
The Sleep Camp Experiment
May 18 • 16 min
You’ve never heard of a summer camp like this before. It’s a science camp, but the campers ARE the science! Imagine playing volleyball with electrode helmets, going to bed attached to sleep machines, and having scientists study popsicles made of your spit…
What Would Happen If There Was No Moon?
May 4 • 16 min
What would happen if our Moon suddenly disappeared? Would we still have tides? It turns out that the Moon has a much bigger influence on Earth than you might think. Without the Moon, life as we know it would not exist! Rocket scientist Miquel Sureda…
The Power of Pika Scientists
Apr 20 • 14 min
For Earth Day, we’re discovering how the tiny, adorable pika is helping scientists study climate change! Temperatures in their mountain habitat are getting warmer, and rain and snow isn’t as predictable as it used to be. Scientists have discovered that…
The Weather Balloon, the Girl Scouts, and the Unicorn
Apr 6 • 12 min
What happens when a Brownie Troop goes to a weather balloon launch? One Brownie guesses that they’ll make contact with unicorns in the sky. Atmospheric scientist Gary Morris shows us what it takes to launch the biggest balloon you’ve ever seen to the very…
Dinosaur Poop Part 2: The Coprolite Queen
Mar 23 • 15 min
This is #2 in a series on dinosaur coprolites, AKA fossilized feces! In the 1800’s, Mary Anning was known as the best fossil hunter in England. She made many great discoveries, including dinosaur poop. With help from our friend Kidosaurus and children’s…
Dinosaur Poop Part 1: Who Dung It?
Mar 9 • 15 min
Call it fossil feces, dinosaur dung, or preserved poo. This is the first of a two part series on dinosaur poop! We kick it off with the modern-day science of coprolites. Paleontologist Karen Chin shares how she cracked the case of a mysterious coprolite,…
Marshall’s Mailbag: The Sequel
Feb 23 • 12 min
Return of the mailbag! The Tumble inbox is filling up with questions, and Marshall scrambles to answer them while Lindsay relaxes with a glass of lemonade. We find out why rainbows don’t fall down, why naked mole rats are naked, whether you can sneeze…
The Surprising Story of Sea Stars’ Sticky Feet
Feb 9 • 16 min
“How do sea stars grip onto rocks?” That’s what listener Chloe wants to know. To find out, we take a trip to an aquarium to see sea stars’ tiny tube feet in action, and call up sea star expert Chris Mah. What we learn is a surprising story of how…
The Secret Senses of Plants
Jan 26 • 14 min
“Do plants feel pain?” Jude’s question leads us to stunning discoveries about what plants feel, what they hear, and even what they talk about! Biologist Heidi Appel reveals how scientists learned about plants’ inner lives, and tells us the story of how…
How to Build a Robotic Eel
Dec 22, 2017 • 13 min
Meet Envirobot, a robotic eel who slithers along the surface of the water, seeking the source of water pollution. The future is here, and it’s full of swimming robots! We meet members of the team behind Envirobot, Bezhad Bayat and Alessandro Crespi. They…
The Case of the Sparkly Mineral
Dec 8, 2017 • 17 min
“How are minerals made?” “What makes rocks sparkly?” Mary Lou and Tilly are curious about minerals, the chemical compounds that make up rocks! Get ready for a behind-the-scenes tour of the Field Museum in Chicago! Collections manager Jim Holstein opens…
Mission CO2 to Mars
Nov 24, 2017 • 18 min
“Could we ship Earth’s extra carbon dioxide to Mars?” Our listener Ilan has come up with a brilliant plan to stop climate change in its tracks, and make Mars a place we can live - AT THE SAME TIME. Your intrepid Tumble hosts attempt to lift his idea off…
Marshall’s Mailbag Episode!
Nov 10, 2017 • 16 min
It’s a mail bag episode! While Lindsay is away, Marshall is going through a bunch of listener questions and answering them as best he can. Do monkeys get ice cream headaches? Why is Play-doh so salty? Listen to find out the answer to this and more in this…
We Ain’t Afraid of No Ghosts: A Tumble Halloween
Oct 27, 2017 • 13 min
Why do people believe in ghosts? And can science ever prove that they don’t exist? We take a road trip with Dennis Waskul, a sociologist who traveled to graveyards and “haunted” houses to hear ghost stories, from the people who lived them. He wanted to…
BONUS EPISODE: Kidcast Sampler!
Oct 25, 2017 • 21 min
We often talk about how there are so many great kid podcasts out there to discover. Now, we’re bringing those podcasts directly to you, in this sampler pack of a bonus episode! Find these podcasts and more at applepodcasts.com/kids You’ll hear some of our…
Why Words?! How We Learn Language
Oct 20, 2017 • 15 min
Children are the best language learners, says psycholinguist Evan Kidd. But how do children learn languages so easily, and why is learning another language so hard when you’re an adult? It’s something we’ve been wondering since we moved to Barcelona,…
The Electric Detectives
Oct 6, 2017 • 15 min
Where does electricity come from? That’s what listener Ati wants to know. Lindsay and Marshall get on the case of a massive blackout that plunged 50 million people into darkness Scientist and engineer Mike Legatt helps us solve the mystery. We made a cool…
The Solar System’s Wild Ride
Sep 22, 2017 • 12 min
Do solar systems move? That’s what Levan wants to know. NASA astronomer Stefanie Milam shares how technology has allowed humans to see the course our solar system has charted through space – and how a powerful new telescope will widen our view even more.…
The Magic Memory Molecule
Sep 8, 2017 • 19 min
How does our brain remember things? Neuroscientist Andre Fenton found that question has no easy answers. Andre has spent years experimenting with PKMZeta, a tiny molecule he believes is the key to forming memories. But what if he’s wrong? This is a…
Season 3 Starts September 8!
Aug 21, 2017 • 1 min
Tumble will be back with all new episodes this fall! Make sure you’re subscribed to Tumble to get the first episode on September 8. This season, expect more great stories about science discovery, from around the world! Thanks to listeners Kinnari, Ash,…
The Science of Poop with Mary Roach
Jun 16, 2017 • 16 min
Everybody poops. But why? To find out, science writer Mary Roach takes us on a journey into the alimentary canal - that’s the tube that runs from our mouth to our rectum. Along the way, we learn about pooping in space, and how someone else’s poop might…
The Call of the Antarctic Dinosaur with Julia Clarke
Jun 2, 2017 • 17 min
Dinosaurs didn’t roar. What?! Paleontologist Julia Clarke has been uncovering clues to how dinosaurs sounded, in ancient bird fossils from Antarctica. She shares the story of her groundbreaking fossil find that revealed the surprising sounds of the…
The Quest of the Alien Hunter with Seth Shostak
May 19, 2017 • 17 min
Are we alone in the universe, or are there other life forms out there? That’s what Daniel, a listener from New Zealand, wants to know. Scientists have been searching for the answer with a surprising tool: radio. But this isn’t any old radio. Seth Shostak,…
The Sign of the Ninja Virus with Jasdave Chahal and Omar Khan
May 5, 2017 • 15 min
Brothers Ian, Sam, and Eli want to know, “How do vaccines keep our bodies healthy?” We meet two scientists, Omar Khan and Jasdave Chahal, who have teamed up to tackle the world’s most dangerous diseases with a new technique for developing vaccines. They…
The Skull of the Ancient Primate with Chris Kirk
Apr 21, 2017 • 16 min
Who is the oldest primate, and is it our great-great-great grandfather? Listener Elena’s question takes us into a laboratory chock full of fossils, and brings us back to the impact that killed most of the dinosaurs. Anthropologist Chris Kirk introduces us…
The Puzzle of the Flipping Cats with Greg Gbur
Apr 7, 2017 • 15 min
Wonder why a cat always lands on its feet? It’s a question that stumped scientists for over a hundred years. Some suspected that mischievous cats were breaking the laws of physics! Was it the catnip? Or was it a mystery of physics? Physicist Greg Gbur…
The Case of the Whale Shark Party with Rafael de la Parra
Mar 24, 2017 • 16 min
Imagine this: You’re in the middle of the Gulf of Mexico with a big fish on the line. But suddenly, you’re surrounded by whale sharks, the biggest fish in the world. What do you do?! If you’re a scientist, you get curious. Marine biologist Rafael de la…
A Year on Mars with Sheyna Gifford
Mar 10, 2017 • 14 min
What would you bring on a trip to Mars? That’s a question Sheyna Gifford had to ask herself when she packed to live on Mars for a year. Wait, what?! We find out about a NASA experiment on top of a volcano that’s getting astronauts prepared for a real-life…
The People of the Snow with Kelly Elder
Feb 24, 2017 • 15 min
The People of the Snow with Kelly Elder Why does it snow, where does it snow, and why are snowflakes not the same size or shape? We jump into a pile of snow questions, and find a very different kind of science in the snowy Arctic. Kelly Elder, a snow…
The Secret Life of Your Shower with Noah Fierer
Feb 10, 2017 • 12 min
Something is living in your showerhead. Scientists need your help to figure out what it is, and why it’s there. Biologist Noah Fierer is enlisting people around the country to search out the tiny, microscopic life in showers. Find out what happens when…
The Tower of the Vomiting Robot with Anna Rothschild
Jan 27, 2017 • 12 min
We dive into the gross side of science with Anna Rothschild, host of the PBS/NOVA series Gross Science! Anna tells us how a robot named Vomiting Larry helped scientists discover how to stop the spread of a potentially deadly sickness. Plus, fourth graders…
Journey to the Center of the Earth with Ta-Shana Taylor
Jan 13, 2017 • 16 min
What is the Earth made of? That’s the question at the core (pun intended!) of this episode. Geologist Ta-Shana Taylor shares the fascinating story behind a decades-long quest to drill into the Earth. You’ll be wanting to “Get Down to the Moho” after…
Season 2 Coming Soon!
Jan 6, 2017 • 1 min
It’s almost here! We’ve got brand new episodes of Tumble starting January 13. Here’s a quick sample of what’s to come. Subscribe now on iTunes or wherever you listen to podcasts. Have an Android? Try our partner Wondery’s new app on Google Play!
The Voyage of the Ocean Trash with Jenni Brandon [ENCORE]
Dec 16, 2016 • 17 min
Our friends Andrew & Polly from the podcast Ear Snacks introduce their favorite Tumble episode. Listener Ilya asks if there’s a way to remove all the trash from the ocean. Scientist Jenni Brandon helps us investigate the Great Pacific Garbage Patch - a…
The Secrets of Bugs and Bats [BONUS EPISODE]
Dec 9, 2016 • 10 min
In this special bonus episode, some of our favorite guest scientists answer listener questions! It’s like a Tumble reunion! Learn about the bugs you can find near your home, how ants let each other know about food finds, and if bats fly at night so they…
The Case of the Invisibility Cloak with Andrea Alu [ENCORE]
Dec 2, 2016 • 16 min
Invisibility cloaks: Not just for wizards? Listener Quinn introduces his favorite Tumble episode, where we explore the very real science behind invisibility! Tumble t-shirts are now available in kid’s, men’s, and women’s sizes. Get yours at…
The Quest for the Hidden Planets with Joel Green [ENCORE]
Nov 18, 2016 • 14 min
Our listener Griffin picked an exciting tale of outer space for this week’s episode! Astronomer Joel Green explains how scientists discover and photograph planets outside our solar system. Have a few spare minutes? Fill out our listener survey at…
The Puzzle of the Friendly Dog with Mia Cobb and Krista McPherson [ENCORE]
Nov 4, 2016 • 15 min
What makes dogs loyal? This question comes from Amalia, a sixth grade student. We ask two different dog scientists, and their answers will surprise you. We learn about an experiment that tests dogs’ loyalty - or does it? Get ready to get inside the head…
The Laboratory of the Haunted House with Margee Kerr
Oct 31, 2016 • 13 min
Why do people get scared and how? We ask Dr. Margee Kerr, a scientist who studies the science of fear. She once set up a basement lab in a Halloween haunted house to understand why people sign up to get scared. She found out that going to a house of…
The Hunt for Black Holes with Karl Gebhardt [ENCORE]
Oct 21, 2016 • 15 min
A fan favorite episode, now with new black hole discoveries! We answer our first listener question, how do black holes work? We talk to Dr. Karl Gebhardt, who has helped discover over half of the black holes that astronomers have ever found. Light cannot…
How to Interview a Scientist [BONUS EPISODE]
Oct 19, 2016 • 12 min
Send us your interviews with scientists, and they might end up on our show! In this special bonus episode, we’ll teach you how to interview a scientist. It’s easier than you might think, and it’s super fun. You might learn something that changes your…
The Tale of the Bacteria Farmer with Sarah Richardson [ENCORE]
Oct 7, 2016 • 12 min
Sarah Richardson, a biologist, dreams of being of a farmer. Instead of tending to barns full of cows making milk, she’ll have petri dishes full of bacteria. We’re taking a break until 2017 to create more stories of science discovery. But we’re not going…
The Journey to the Deepest Part of the Ocean with Gaelin Rosenwaks [ENCORE]
Sep 23, 2016 • 14 min
Where is the deepest part of the ocean, and have we been there in person? Ocean explorer Gaelin Rosenwaks answers with an amazing story of the first explorers to dive to a mysterious place called Challenger Deep. It’s filled with awesome adventure,…
The Charge of the Everlasting Battery with Mya Le Thai
Sep 12, 2016 • 14 min
Why do batteries - even rechargeable ones - die? What if there was a battery that lasted forever? Mya Le Thai, a young scientist, was sick of recharging her phone. So she set out make make a longer lasting battery. What she created was better than she had…
The Tale of How Ants Conquered the Earth with Corrie Moreau
Aug 26, 2016 • 12 min
Why are there so many different species of ants? That’s what entomologist Corrie Moreau wants to know. There are more species of ants than there are species of mammals and birds - combined! Her quest starts in the jungle and ends in a lab, where she…
The Meow of the Misunderstood Cat with Brains On
Aug 13, 2016 • 12 min
Are cats evil, or just misunderstood? That’s what our friends at Brains On debate for a panel of kid judges. Find out what they decide in this special guest episode! Plus, Lindsay and Marshall weigh in on their conclusions. What do you want to know about…
The Code of the Flashing Firefly with Sara Lewis
Jul 29, 2016 • 12 min
Why do fireflies flash their lights on and off, on and off? That’s what four curious kids want to know. Biologist Sara Lewis has studied fireflies for decades, and she’s cracked the code of their spectacular light displays. She explains why fireflies…
The Tale of Darwin and the Beagle with Áki Jarl Láruson
Jul 15, 2016 • 8 min
We have a short and sweet summer episode for you! Charles Darwin is known as the father of evolution, but he got his start as a naturalist as a young man. He took an ambitious five year journey around the year, studying thousands of species of plants and…
The Voyage of the Ocean Trash with Jenni Brandon
Jul 1, 2016 • 14 min
The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a vast, swirling soup of trash, twice the size of Texas. Can we ever clean it up? That’s what 8 year old Ila wants to know. She lives in Hawaii and likes to pick up trash whenever she goes to the beach. She lives closer…
The Case of the Invisibility Cloak with Andrea Alu
Jun 17, 2016 • 14 min
What are invisibility cloaks made of, and when can we buy them in gift shops? That’s right, invisibility cloaks are not just for wizards anymore. We get into the very real science of invisibility with Dr. Andrea Alu. Dr. Alu is one of the leading…
The Journey to the Deepest Part of the Ocean with Gaelin Rosenwaks
Jun 1, 2016 • 14 min
Where is the deepest part of the ocean, and have we been there in person? Ocean explorer Gaelin Rosenwaks answers with an amazing story of the first explorers to dive to a mysterious place called Challenger Deep. It’s filled with awesome adventure,…
The Hunt for Black Holes with Karl Gebhardt
May 18, 2016 • 14 min
How do black holes work? And how do we learn about them, if they’re impossible to see? We talk to Dr. Karl Gebhardt, who has helped discover over half of the black holes that astronomers have ever found. Light cannot escape from a black hole, which means…
The Mystery of When Brains and Sports Collide with Kiki Sanford
May 4, 2016 • 12 min
What happens to your brain when you get a concussion? It’s common to get hit in the head when you play rough or risky sports. Everyone knows a concussion makes you woozy for a while. But the impacts of repeated concussions can last much longer. Learn how…
The Adventure of The Explorers Club with Richard Garriott
Apr 13, 2016 • 12 min
We take you inside the famed Explorers Club in New York City, where we meet a real explorer! Richard Garriott de Cayeux has been around the world and into space on scientific expeditions. He shares the stories of famous explorers and his own family…
The Quest for the Edge of the Universe with Katie Mack
Mar 30, 2016 • 11 min
Does the universe go on forever? Or does it have an edge? Jack and Kate have a few ideas about how to find out, involving a GoPro and a rocket. We ask astrophysicist Katie Mack if the universe is infinite and if a robot explorer will ever send us a selfie…
The Puzzle of the Friendly Dog with Mia Cobb and Krista Macpherson
Mar 17, 2016 • 13 min
What makes dogs loyal? This question comes from Amalia, a sixth grade student. We ask two different dog scientists, and their answers will surprise you. We learn about an experiment that tests dogs’ loyalty - or does it? Get ready to get inside the head…
The Cave of the Upside Down Bat with Micaela Jemison
Mar 2, 2016 • 14 min
Why do bats hang upside down? That’s what fifth graders living in the Bat Capital of the World - Austin, Texas - want to know. We visit Micaela Jemison at the world headquarters of Bat Conservation International to figure out why bats have such weird…
The Tale of the Bacteria Farmer with Sarah Richardson
Feb 10, 2016 • 12 min
Sarah Richardson, a biologist, dreams of being of a farmer. Instead of tending to barns full of cows making milk, she’ll have petri dishes full of bacteria. They’ll be making a brand new kind of fuel that could replace gas we put in our cars. But just…
The World Without Parasites with Carl Zimmer
Jan 6, 2016 • 12 min
What would the world be like if there were no parasites? You might actually miss those mind-controlling blood suckers. Science writer Carl Zimmer tells us how scientists are discovering the hidden importance of parasites’ dirty work.
[UPDATE] The Night of the Decoy Spider with Joe Hanson
Dec 16, 2015 • 10 min
[Now, with new information on decoy spider research!] One dark night in the Amazon, three guys stumble face first into a new discovery - and capture it all on video. Joe Hanson, from It’s Okay to Be Smart, tells the story. Music in this episode by Broke…
The Secret of Dark Energy with Jeff Silverman
Nov 16, 2015 • 11 min
No one knows what dark energy is or why it exists. So how did astronomers discover the mysterious force that’s pulling the universe apart? Astronomer Jeff Silverman explains one of the universe’s biggest mysteries. Learn more at www.tumblepodcast.com!…
The Tale of The Brain Scoop with Emily Graslie
Oct 19, 2015 • 10 min
Emily Graslie, host of the YouTube science show The Brain Scoop, explains how an encounter with a dead mouse at a natural history museum steered her toward one of the most important discoveries of her life. (This episode contains references to preserving…
The Case of the Living Dinosaurs with Brian Switek
Sep 3, 2015 • 13 min
Dinosaurs never went extinct. They’re living in our backyards. How did scientists discover that birds are secretly dinosaurs? Science writer Brian Switek tells us how some suspicious fuzz on a farmer’s fossil find cracked open the biggest case in dinosaur…
The Mystery of the Exploding Star with Jeffrey Silverman
Jul 16, 2015 • 11 min
A mystery that began with an unusual star spotted in the year 1054 took almost a thousand years to solve. In this episode, supernova expert Jeffrey Silverman explains how astronomers cracked the case and discovered what happened in the ancient night sky.…
The Tale Of The Giant Toad with Sheril Kirshenbaum
May 13, 2015 • 15 min
When a tiny beetle starts destroying farmers’ fields in Australia, scientists decide to bring in a giant toad to bite back. But they never predicted what would happen next. In this episode, science writer Sheril Kirshenbaum tells a story of science gone…
The Night Of The Decoy Spider with Joe Hanson
Apr 26, 2015 • 14 min
What does the moment of discovery sound like? In this episode, Joe Hanson of It’s Okay to Be Smart shares the story of a fellow YouTuber who stumbles upon an incredible new species while filming in the Peruvian rainforest. Music in this episode is by…
The Quest for the Hidden Planets with Dr. Joel Green
Apr 10, 2015 • 12 min
Science fiction is full of adventures to distant planets outside our solar system. But it wasn’t until 20 years ago that astronomers were able to confirm that they exist. Dr. Joel Green explains how astronomers discover and photograph planets in galaxies…
The Case of the Missing Brains with Dr. Rachel Berman
Feb 24, 2015 • 13 min
One man’s very, very unfortunate accident made him one of the most famous patients of all time. Dr. Rachel Berman shares the story of how this man helped scientists figure out what the brain does. Music in this episode is by Podington Bear. Photo of…
The Mystery of the Barton Springs Salamander with Dr. Hayley Gillespie
Feb 23, 2015 • 17 min
Dr. Hayley Gillespie, an ecologist, tells us how she cracked the case of the Barton Springs Salamander’s mysterious meals. Music by YACHT, courtesy of the Free Music Archive and Creative Commons. Photo courtesy of Dr. Hayley Gillespie.