What have the animals done for us? More than you might realise! Join your host, Olga, as she uncovers the history of animals... and us.
About the show
What have the animals done for us? More than you might realise! Join your host, Olga from the mountains, as she uncovers the history of animals... and us.
This is a really interesting podcast about the way that Homo sapiens have displaced billions animals. We’ve got a lot of power, but much of that depends directly on the animals we exploit. I love the friendly and environmentally conscientious tone of this podcast.— Morgane
I love what Olga is creating here. Working in the conservation field I always love to discover new and interesting people and some of the guests she has had already are inspiring and very interesting. Keep up the good work!— Rob Wreglesworth
I was on a roadtrip with my little sister who would like to work in some field with animals some day. We couldn't find any that were basically for babies! Then I heard about Olga's podcast and am able to pass the feed onto my sister. She will be very excited. Especially for the Chimpanzee episode.— Chuck Wilde
Olga is your host. Born in Moscow, raised in the UK and now living in the mountains of Andorra. Olga left behind her unfulfilling city life and started to understand just how much our own human lives depend on other species. This podcast is her way of sharing the journey with you.
Working animals. There are currently 200 million horses, donkeys, mules, camels and elephants serving us as trucks, tractors and taxis all over the …
When you read the evermore worrying news about species extinction, climate change and rising sea levels, do you ever wonder how much you can believe?
In our busy and frenetic lives we often …
Chimpanzees are our closest relatives. That doesn’t mean we’ve made their lives are easy. Far from it.
According to our friends who monitor the species as part of the IUCN Red List, the …
This is a fascinating episode to begin the podcast series with! We discover that huskies have been supporting us humans for up to 15,000 years. What’s more, they’ve saved countless lives …
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