Curiosity Daily Podcast: Apes Say Hello, Life on Snowball Earth, Learn Twice as Fast

Learn about non-human animals that say hello and goodbye; life on Snowball Earth; and how to learn skills twice as fast.

September 15, 2021

Episode Show Notes:

pes use their own form of hello and goodbye, the first time we've seen that in non-human animals by Steffie Drucker

Life survived on "Snowball Earth" despite the ice; a new study says Earth's orbit explains why by Briana Brownell

Scientists Found a Technique That Can Help You Learn Skills Twice as Fast by Joanie Faletto first aired April 26, 2018 https://omny.fm/shows/curiosity-daily/freezer-burn-science-a-giant-flying-reptile-and-ho

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