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Evolution Talk
Everything you wanted to know about evolution by natural selection in short, easy to digest, episodes. Hosted, and produced by writer Rick Coste.
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4.8 stars from 231 ratings
Bite sized insight
This is truly a fantastic podcast. Bite sized episodes that are insightful, entertaining and easy to understand. I would recommend this to anyone who was bitten by the curiosity bug.
BiermanCR via Apple Podcasts · South Africa · 08/19/19
Excellent Podcast about Evolution
This is a fascinating podcast! I love the topic of evolution and this podcast delivers.
kafulhu via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/24/18
Excellent Podcast!
This is the kind of stuff that is a real treasure to find. Educational, but entertaining. Easy to understand and relevant for people just learning about, or even those that have studied evolution for years. Well done Rick!!
Eric_P via Stitcher · 05/14/18
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