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Each weekday, Pulse of the Planet provides its listeners with a two-minute sound portrait of Planet Earth, tracking the rhythms of nature, culture and science worldwide and blending interviews and extraordinary natural sound.Get more info.
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Cell Sounds - Listening
What is the sound of one cell singing?
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-- Jul 28, 2014

Cell Sounds - Noise
"With a song in my cell?" Yes, even the building blocks of life have gotten into the act.
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-- Jul 25, 2014

Sea Otter - Breaking The Human Bond
Marine biologists play surrogate mom to injured sea lions, taking care that their young charges don't get too attached to them.
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-- Jul 24, 2014

Sea Otter - Recovery
Once hunted for their fur, Sea Otters have been saved from extinction thanks to the efforts of conservation biologists.
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-- Jul 23, 2014

Wrens of Ecuador - Choral Song
The call of the Plain-Tailed Wren may be the most complex non-human song in nature.
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-- Jul 22, 2014