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Dolphins Dumb Down Calls to Compete with Ship Noise
Bottlenose dolphins simplify and raise the pitch of their whistles to be heard above underwater shipping noise. Christopher Intagliata reports.
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The history of the American circus, with the people who worked there
The circus! At one time, it was one of the countryâ€™s most reliable forms of mass entertainment, crisscrossing American backroads to perform for people all over the nation. Everything from the circus train to the people who put up the big tent made its way into American legend.But the American circus isnâ€™t in great shape anymore. The treatment (or mistreatment) of animals tarnished the image of the once-venerable Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus, which closed down in 2017 after it became economically unsustainable.And yet you canâ€™t quite keep the circus down. There are tons of smaller shows making their mark across the country, and the new PBS documentary, The Circus, details both the history of the American circus and where it might be headed in the future.Joining Todd today are circus historian Dominique Jando and former ringmaster Johnathan Lee Iverson to talk about the circusâ€™s past, present â€” and possible future.
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