They’re stories that might seem like odd local examples of environmental change: ants devouring the jungles of Venezuela and elk destroying the landscape of U.S. national parks. But scientists say these phenomena are not random — they’re being driven by the disappearance of predators from many corners of the world. Join Kojo as we talk about the decline of meat-eating beasts — and hear about controversial ideas for restoring their numbers in the wild.


  • William Stolzenburg Freelance Wildlife Journalist; Author, "Where the Wild Things Were" (Bloomsbury)

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