Free Podcast: National Geographic News (November 10, 2006)

November 13, 2006

Listen to the top nature and science news every week with your host, Peter Standring.

This week: Four-finned dolphin found, gas blast reshapes moon, poop scooped by Miami museum, horses stranded on tiny island, and more.

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MORE ON THIS WEEK'S PODCAST

Headlines
• Four-finned dolphin found in Japan (read full story and see photo)
• Moon "broke wind," forming "new" feature? (read full story)
• Tarantulas, chilis have same "bite" (read full story)
• Get the scoop on poop at a Miami museum (read full story)

News Interview
Behind an annual dolphin hunt in Japan with Wildlife Conservation Society's Diana Reiss

Photos on the Radio
A herd of horses stranded on a tiny Dutch "island" in a flooded pasture (see the photo)

World Music Interview
Andrea Echeverri of Colombian alt-rock group Aterciopelados (listen to a sample of their music)

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