Arik Kershenbaum

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Biography:

Dr. Arik Kershenbaum is a zoologist, college lecturer, and fellow at Girton College, University of Cambridge. He has done extensive field work on animal communication, following wolves around Yellowstone National Park and the forests of central Wisconsin to uncover the meaning of their different kinds of howls, as well as decoding the whistles of dolphins among the coral reefs of the Red Sea, and the songs of hyraxes in the Galilee. He is a member of the international board of advisors for METI.org, a think tank on the topic of messaging extraterrestrial intelligence.

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Kingman UFO Crash / ET Life: A Zoology Perspective

Historian Harry Drew and author Timothy Green Beckley talked about the 1953 crash landing of a UFO in Kingman, Arizona. Followed by zoologist Arik Kershenbaum on which forms alien life could take. More »

Last Night

Director Adam Wingard discussed his "Godzilla vs. Kong" film as well as recounted his own creepy paranormal stories. Followed by Eric Szyszka and Stephen Sajdak of the "We Hate Movies" podcast, who shared their comedic and irreverent take on (bad) cinema.

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