30 Animals That Made Us Smarter: Amazing Things Humans Have Learnt from the Animal Kingdom aka 30 Animals That Made Us Smarter: Stories of the Natural World That Inspired Human Ingenuity (Audiobook)
English | ASIN: B09NQFRC93 | 2022 | 7 hours and 12 minutes | MP3@64 kbps | 194 MB
Author: Patrick Aryee
Narrator: Patrick Aryee
Over billions of years, animals have evolved and adapted, learning through trial and error the best strategies for surviving and thriving. So who better to help us humans when it comes to solving our own challenges? In this fascinating series, biologist and wildlife filmmaker Patrick Aryee tells the incredible stories of some remarkable animals and the surprising ways they have enabled us to make technological and scientific breakthroughs. From the kingfisher whose beak led to a redesign of the bullet train, to the spider's web that may help us detect the earth's vibrations and turn them into electricity, the animals in these 30 episodes all have extraordinary abilities that could revolutionise our world.
There's the bloodsucking mosquito whose mouthparts might hold the key to a future of painless injections; the woodpecker whose hard head has given us ideas for better bicycle helmets and black box recorders; the shark whose scaly skin could show us how to fight superbugs, the tenacious mussel that could make risky foetal surgery safer and save lives - and many more. And in the final, live show, we dig deeper into the world of biomimicry, and hear from listeners about other creatures who could spark innovation - including scorpions, tarantulas and hibernating bears. Full of brilliant, bingeable tales and astonishing revelations, this mind-blowing natural history series will thrill animal lovers, science fans and anyone who's curious about our wonderful natural world.
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