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Imagining human-animal relations after the pandemic with guests Nik Taylor, Ph. D. and Heather Fraser, Ph. D

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Are animals trying to reclaim those spaces that were originally theirs? Is the earth really “healing” while all the humans are locked away? And what will happen once we’re released? Scholars Nik Taylor and Heather Fraser offer a global prognostication of life after the pandemic.
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The Other Animals, hosted by Laurent Levy, is Philadelphia’s only radio show covering all things animal related that looks at the fascinating and inconsistent way humans deal with and impact non-humans. Each week we explore a different topic in depth.

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