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Wild For Life is the Toronto Zoo podcast that brings you behind the scenes and unveils the "hidden zoo." Each episode brings you information on the critical conservation work that protects endangered species and works to preserve biodiversity. You will hear from nutritionists, ecologists, veterinarians, social scientists, wildlife biologists, and more that are working hard to help protect wildlife from all over the world.
 
Hey Mini Beanies... The Beanies are back! And they have been VERY hard at work in their Rainbow Studio, adding glitter and bubbles and colours to brand NEW episodes of The Beanies podcast! Each week, Laura, Mim and Michael will share a special new episode where you will either follow them on a fun and silly adventure, or you can be part of a special Show & Tell. Yes YOU are invited to be part of the podcast – sharing your stories and questions! Over the weeks you will meet a teeny tiny spide ...
 
Introducing the BPM sessions, a podcast series aimed at bridging the Gap between London and Australia. The podcast will aim at exposing the ever evolving sounds of the Australian and London house scene. Expect the BPM sessions to deliver the freshest in underground house, disco, and techno from a group of individuals that live and breathe making and playing the music that we all Love...
 
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Jon Spero, Lead Keeper of Birds, joins me on the podcast to talk about the four species of hornbills at the Toronto Zoo. During the episode, Jon and I discuss the unique features of these wonderful birds, their cavity nests, and their conservation. Listen to why these birds are so important and find out what bird they are most often mistaken for.…
 
Sometimes staying in bed at bedtime is a tricky task, when bedtime rolls around sometimes you NEED a glass of water, the toilet and to tell mum and dad about a shadow outside… The Beanies spend this episode encouraging and giving tips on how best to stay in bed at night, even if it’s a bit scary! Listen to this song and HEAPS of other original Bean…
 
Use this audio tour while on your Drive-Thru BOOmobile adventure at the Toronto Zoo! This NEW adventure takes you on a tour around the Zoo from the comfort of your own car and with this audio tour, your family can enjoy the beautiful fall foliage and festive décor while listening to a special Halloween-themed podcast! Book your tickets at torontozo…
 
The learning and Engagement team coordinates everything from sign content for our animal habitats to the volunteer and school programs that are designed to help you engage and learn about all of the wonderful conservation work that happens at the Zoo and within the community. Mary Ellen Fraser and Shawn Blackburn join me in today’s episode to discu…
 
Horticulture enthusiasts lined up to take a whiff of the corpse flower (Amorphophallus titanum), Vincent Van Gross, whose name describes its smell. With blooms occurring once every 6-10 years and lasting for about 36 hours, this was a must-see at your Toronto Zoo! Clare Wharton joins me on the podcast to discuss the organization of the plant collec…
 
The Toronto Zoo has a number of functions occurring at the same time from Zookeepers to Guest Services, the staff deal with many moving parts on a daily basis. One important function at the Toronto Zoo is to create better opportunities for the animals to strive and for researchers along with the public to learn about the animals that need protectio…
 
Do you have a secret? How do you know whether the secret you have is a good secret or a secret that you should share with others? This week we're going to talk about truth and trust – and tell a magical story about keeping secrets in physical places. Listen to this song and HEAPS of other original Beanies tunes at: https://open.spotify.com/artist/1…
 
Brent Huffman is back on the podcast to provide you with great information on the cheetah. We talk about how the cheetah is built for speed as they are the fastest land animal. We also talk about their social dynamics and how it affects the way the Zoo cares for them. Finally, Brent tells us about the conservation status of cheetahs and how the bre…
 
In a Zoo where everything is Topsy Turvy, we meet all sorts of crazy animals – a Gorilla-fly (a butterfly crossed with a Gorilla!) and an Eli-corn (an elephant cross unicorn of course!). We also meet a rabbit-duck – but wait, is that just a platypus? In this episode The Beanies Explore Australian animals and why they are so unique. Listen to this s…
 
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