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Jeff Corwin made his name by introducing television viewers to the world’s most exotic species. Now he’s traveling the world on a different mission — to find and eat the world’s most exotic cuisine. We talk with Corwin about whether a conservationist can also be a meat-eating “foodie,” and hear tales from his adventures around the globe.
- Jeff Corwin Biologist, Conservationist, TV host and author of numerous books for children and adults, including most recently "Jeff Corwin: A Wild Life;" "Jeff Corwin: Your Backyard is Wild" and "100 Heartbeats: A Journey to Meet our Planet's Endangered Animals and the Heroes Working to Save them"
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