Urban landscapes are characterized as hot and gritty, with more concrete than green space. Still, pigeons, coyotes and fish often thrive despite the inhospitable conditions. Brendan Koerner joins host Krys Boyd to talk about the burgeoning study of urban evolution. His story,“How Cities Reshape the Evolutionary Path of Urban Wildlife,”appears in Wired.
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