Animalogy Podcast

Animalogy is a podcast about the animal-related words and expressions we use every day and how they reflect and affect our relationship with animals. Animalogy is changing the way we talk — and think — about animals. Listen to each episode using the player on each page below or subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, or Google Play

You won't believe how many colors come from the crushing of animals.
Many politicians are called toadies, sucking up to someone with more power in order to gain power. I pity the toads.
The dairy industry thinks it owns the word "milk." It doesn't.
Do you know there are animals in the letters that make up our words? An OX in "A," a camel in "C" and "G," a fish and snake in "N"?
Tragedy means "goat song," named for the dramatic plays of the ancient Greeks.
In this episode, I talk to Paul Shapiro of the Humane Society of the U.S. about the euphemisms in the meat, dairy, and egg industries.
In this episode, we explore the goat-related words and expressions in the English language.
"Fed up," "haggard," "arouse," & "lure" are all animalogies. They all come from {the hunting of} animals.
Roll up your sleeve past your bicep and contract your muscle. Do you see a little mouse?
In this episode of Animalogy, we’ll uncover the dirty little secret underneath the pastry dough in “to eat humble pie” and demonstrate why you might want to eat humble pie instead of crows.
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