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Podcasts 28–36

Podcasts 1–9 | 10–17 | 19–27  | 28–36

Shorebird

28. Why do some birds have such long beaks and feet?


Dr. Pamela R. Owen
Senior Biodiversity Educator
Time length: 40 seconds
Transcript 28 | MP3-28

Diatoms

29. What are diatoms?


Dr. Edward Theriot
Director
Time length: 49 seconds
Transcript 29 | MP3-29

Eagle

30. Are eagles protected in Texas?


Dr. Pamela R. Owen
Senior Biodiversity Educator
Time length: 1 minute 6 seconds
Transcript 30 | MP3-30

Sloth

31. Did this sloth climb trees?


Dr. Pamela R. Owen
Senior Biodiversity Educator
Time length: 1 minute
Transcript 31 | MP3-31

Prehistoric zebra

32. Did prehistoric zebras live in Texas?


Dr. Pamela R. Owen
Senior Biodiversity Educator
Time length: 1 minute 1 second
Transcript 32 | MP3-32

Butterfly

33. What was the first group of animals to develop wings?


Dr. John C. Abbott
Former Curator of Entomology
Time length: 49 seconds
Transcript 33 | MP3-33

Dragonfly

34. How big did prehistoric dragonflies get?


Dr. John C. Abbott
Former Curator of Entomology
Time length: 45 seconds
Transcript 34 | MP3-34

Jarred specimens

35. What are these specimens preserved in?


Jessica Rosales Rains
Former Ichthyology Collections Manager
Time length: 20 seconds
Transcript 35 | MP3-35

Burrfish

36. How does a burrfish inflate its body?


Jessica Rosales Rains
Former Ichthyology Collections Manager
Time length: 31 seconds
Transcript 36 | MP3-36