Relax With Animal Facts

Relax With Animal Facts

A weekly podcast that is dedicated to helping you unwind while you journey into the swamps, jungles, and seas to learn all about your favorite animals from all around the world. Sleep, relax, or be attentive; its all up to you. New episodes available every Friday.

Recent Episodes

Cone Snail

May 13, 2022

This podcast episode we talk about the Cone Snail! Relax, unwind, and join me in the oceans, where we learn all about this beautifully armored, and equally deadly venomous creature. To contact Stef Wolfe, follow relaxwithani…

Barn Owl & Important Update

May 6, 2022

This podcast episode we talk about the Zebra! Relax, unwind, and join me in the African grasslands, where we learn all about a wild horse that is not at all "black and white" To contact Stef Wolfe, follow relaxwithanimalfact…

Zebra

April 29, 2022

This podcast episode we talk about the Zebra! Relax, unwind, and join me in the African woodlands, where we learn all about a wild horse that is not at all "black and white" To contact Stef Wolfe, follow relaxwithanimalfacts…

Hippopotamus

April 22, 2022

This podcast episode we talk about the Hippopotamus! Relax, unwind, and join me in the rivers, where we learn all about one of the most dangerous and fascinating creatures in Africa. To contact Stef Wolfe, follow relaxwithan…

Raven

April 15, 2022

This podcast episode we talk about the Raven! Relax, unwind, and join me in the forests, where we learn all about this incredibly intelligent puzzle-solving bird. To contact Stef Wolfe, follow relaxwithanimalfacts on Instagr…

Giant Golden-Crowned Flying-Fox

April 8, 2022

This podcast episode we talk about the Giant Golden-Crowned Flying-Fox! Relax, unwind, and join me in the rain forests, where we learn all about one of the largest bats the world has to offer. To contact Stef Wolfe, follow r…

Recent Blog Posts

The Wonder of Impossible Complexity

Introduction On the Relax With Animal Facts podcast, we cover many animals which have some amazing abilities. Here are just a couple of examples we can …

Why Etymology is Important

In the realm of animal facts, etymology on the surface might seem irrelevant to us, but I posit to you that this is not the case.