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Fresh Air Weekend: The sensory world of animals; Mothering as social change

Ed Yong talks about the diversity of perception in the animal world. Justin Chang reviews Good Luck to You, Leo Grande and Cha Cha Real Smooth. Angela Garbes says raising kids is undervalued.

A dolphin's sense of echolocation allows it to coordinate efforts to hunt prey, see "through" other creatures and form three-dimensional shapes using sound. Raymond Roig/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Fresh Air Weekend: The sensory world of animals; Mothering as social change

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