Curiosity Daily Podcast: Finding “Extinct” Animals (w/ Forrest Galante) and How Bacteria Cooperate to Survive

Forrest Galante, host and star of “Extinct or Alive” on Animal Planet, explains what happens when you find an extinct animal. Then, learn about how bacteria don’t compete to survive — they cooperate.

November 06, 2019

Episode Show Notes:

In this podcast, Cody Gough and Ashley Hamer discuss the following story from Curiosity.com about how bacteria don’t compete to survive — they cooperate: https://curiosity.im/2BLCRKU

Hear Cody and Ashley on the latest episode of Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda: https://art19.com/shows/clear-vivid-with-alan-alda/episodes/402ebab4-3724-4c03-bc8c-73b232d7f94c

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