This past week on The Moth Radio Hour: A severely stuttering child years later becomes the world’s premier jaguar expert. Plus, a Texas tale of moon pies and bedazzlers; the surprising story of a Harlem man who ends up at a rodeo in Oregon; and one father’s way of coping with a son who loves the color pink.
And after you’ve heard the stories, be sure to check out the extras!

This past week on The Moth Radio Hour: A severely stuttering child years later becomes the world’s premier jaguar expert. Plus, a Texas tale of moon pies and bedazzlers; the surprising story of a Harlem man who ends up at a rodeo in Oregon; and one father’s way of coping with a son who loves the color pink.

And after you’ve heard the stories, be sure to check out the extras!

Fortunately at a young age, I learned what most stutterers learn at some point. There are two things you can do without stuttering. You can sing - and I can’t sing - or you could talk to animals.

Alan Rabinowitz, called “the Indiana Jones of wildlife protection" by Time, has told a couple of amazing stories at The Moth. One of them was recently turned into a pretty awesome short film by Canon.

But you should definitely listen to the audio too, because the story is amazing.