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One of my favorite sayings is that “science happens not with a ‘Eureka!’, but an ‘Oh, that’s weird…’. Those are the moments The Wild Life wants to explore. The air we breathe, the biggest, the brainless, the shiniest, striped mysteries, penguin knees, fireflies, frogcicles, and everything in between.
The Wild Life was created in January of 2017 by, me, Devon Bowker (He/They) after finishing my degree in wildlife biology. It’s been amazing to see how things have changed over the past 5 years, both personally and here. Whether you’re a long-time follower or new to The Wild Life, thank you for being here.
You have just reached the mitochondria of the cell that is The Wild Life. This is where the magic happens. The powerhouse of the blog, if you will. The Wild Life started as a blog long before it became a podcast, and many episodes often find their origins right here!
Typically when we think of high blood pressure, we think of the negatives like high stress and a variety of high-risk health conditions. Yet for some in the animal kingdom, high blood pressure is a mere fact of life. So, what animal has the highest blood pressure?