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Why would a scientist brave the stench of a car full of rotting meat on a 120-degree day? What can a unique whistling language teach us about humans’ connection to the natural world? And how does queer identity shape the research of National Geographic Explorers? In this episode celebrating Pride, we hand the mic to two Explorers: Christine Wilkinson, who studies hyenas and other large carnivores and created the TikTok series “Queer is Natural,” and Rüdiger Ortiz-Álvarez, whose soundscapes from the Canary Islands encourage us to slow down and listen to the world around us.

Photo Caption: National Geographic Explorers Rüdiger Ortiz-Álvarez (left) and Christine Wilkinson are members of the National Geographic Queer and Allies Explorer group.

Photo Credit: Portrait of Rüdiger Ortiz-Álvarez by Rolf Sjogren. Portrait of Christine Wilkinson by Jessica Ortiz.

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