In this 1967 interview, UW-Madison prof. David Fellman speaks to Richard Nixon on policy.
29:30 | Episode
How technology is used in the field of medicine.
26:48 | Episode
Bob Poole takes a tour in a traditional dugout canoe through Gorongosa's flooded forest.
02:14 | Clip
Watch a guide who grew up with scary stories about elephants learn to conquer his fear.
01:24 | Clip
Ravaged by civil conflict, the park's elephants are wary. In time, maybe they can forgive.
03:08 | Clip
Dig into a tree's bark and learn about a wonder of adaptive evolution.
01:23 | Clip
Bird expert Greg Davies hears a lot more in a bird's call than a pretty song.
01:29 | Clip
What's it like to rappel into the unknown?
01:28 | Clip
Meet Gorongosa's very own Tarzan, Harith Farooq; one problem, he has no head for heights.
00:49 | Clip
There's nothing tastier to a dung beetle than a hearty serving of human excrement.
01:00 | Clip
Take a sneak peek at what might be the largest crocodile population in Africa.
01:47 | Clip
Plant expert Bart Wursten explains how one tree is a planet of its own.
00:51 | Clip
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