Investigating Real Crimes in the Animal World 2024-04-17 05:27:13

Real criminal mysteries can be dark and gripping. But what if humans can't crack the case? What if the suspect is... not a human? In this hour of "TED Radio Hour," we delve into crimes with unexpected twists.

Guests include forensic anthropologist Lauren Farr Parks, writer Mary Roach, dog trainer and wildlife advocate Megan Parker, and wildlife intelligence analyst Sara Stoner.

This episode was produced by Katie Monteleone, Fiona Geiran, and Matthew Cloutier. It was edited by Sanaz Meshkinpour and Rachel Faulkner White.

Our NPR production staff also includes James Delahoussaye and Katherine Saffer. Sound engineers for this episode were Neisha Hayes, Joby Tancayo, and Patrick Murray.


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