the Best Biome

The Best Biome Podcast

Three prairie biologists make the ever-growing argument for why grasslands are the world’s best biome.

Nicole, Rachel, and Allan discuss the deep evolutionary history of the plains, the intricacies of unique grassland ecosystems, and frequently just lose our minds about  absurdities like ostriches stealing each other’s children.

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Coyotes

The cunning trickster, adaptable to all terrains, foods, and lifestyles. Loved and hated by many.
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Pleistocene Park

The concept behind Pleistocene Park is deceptively simple: rewild the Pleistocene Siberian arctic, slow the effects of climate change in the arctic. All it takes to revive the 10,000-year-old Mammoth…
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Mongolian Toad

The Mongolian toad makes living in the arid, freezing, salty steppe-plains of Northeast Asia look way too easy.
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Toco Toucan

The Toco Toucan is iconic, but more important is the dynamic part they play in their complex, rich savannas.