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Snake Talk

Dr. Chris Jenkins

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Faced with a world that instinctually persecutes snakes, Dr. Jenkins talks with the foremost experts on snake biology and conservation. The discussions range widely including topics such as snake ecology, snakebites, and captive breeding. All of the conversations have the same goal, to help the listener increase their knowledge and leave behind any irrational fears of snakes.
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Reptile Talk

Jeremy Turgeon and Rob Christian

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Whether you keep them in your home, or love to see them in theirs, these are the creatures that bring us all together - REPTILES!! We are going to be delving into the experiences of reptile lovers from around the block and around the world. THIS is the Reptile Talk Podcast!
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In this podcast, Nick Mutton and Lucas Lee dive deeper into some of the more academic topics relating to herpetoculture. So for those with more deep-seated curiosity about biology, evolution, and related issues, this podcast is for you.
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"Honey I Bought A Reptile", a podcast focused on the experiences of a reptile keeper (and a reptile keepers significant other)! Unlike other herp podcasts, the basis of this podcast will be funny and crazy stories related to reptile keeping and navigating life as a reptile keeper. Basically tales we can all relate too and understand as reptile keepers! How does a reptile keepers girlfriend/mom/best friend react to reptiles being the chosen hobby? What is it like having a garage full of bugs? ...
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The Babblery

Suki Wessling

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The Babblery features conversations with and about women in the 21st century. In each episode, my guests and I explore their experiences as women, discussing how our physical and social gender informs our experiences at work, at home, and in the wider world. Rather than focusing on issues, we focus on lives: working, parenting, playing, voting, advocating, and creating as women. Learn more at www.Babblery.com.
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BioScience Talks

American Institute of Biological Sciences

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We hope you enjoy these in-depth discussions of recently published BioScience articles and other science stories. Each episode of our interview series delves into the research behind a highlighted story, giving listeners unique insight into scientists' work.
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Dog Lodge Radio

Dog Lodge Sanctuary

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The official podcast of Dog Lodge Sanctuary.----------------------------------------------------------Dog Lodge Sanctuary is a Texas-based 501(c)(3) organization.Our primary function is to come to the rescue of dogs that are, for all intents and purposes, considered “unadoptable” because of advanced age or because they have chronic illness or physical disabilities.
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The world's best and only podcast for cornsnake keepers! Hosted by Donovan Winterberg from Children of the Cornsnake, Corn on the Pod features weekly interviews and discussions with well-respected breeders and others influential in the cornsnake community.
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Anoles are adaptable creatures, but can they make the most of artificial light? Become a Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/herphighlights Merch: https://www.redbubble.com/people/herphighlights/shop Full reference list available here: http://www.herphighlights.podbean.com Main Paper References: Taylor LA, Thawley CJ, Pertuit OR, Dennis AJ, Carson IR,…
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We’re back this week with an episode of Rob and I talking about various topics within the industry, and perhaps a little info on what’s heading to the incubator this year as well! Don’t miss it! Reptile Talk is Sponsored by: BLACK BOX CAGES **USE CODE - REPTILETALK and SAVE on your next order!!! ** Website: https://bit.ly/BLKBox IG: https://bit.ly/…
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Dr. Jenkins sits down with Bob Ashley of the Chiricahua Desert Museum to discuss his recent book titled A Photographic History of Snakebite Treatments: Bad Medicine, Snake Oils, Potions, Elixirs and Kits. They talk about Bob’s collection of snake bite kits and the experiences that led up to the idea for the book. They then break down how the book i…
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The 1960s is well-known as a turbulent time, but in this memory, Bettina revisits a scene that was particularly influential in years to come. The Student Free Speech Movement has served as a template for protests by young people since, from the Vietnam War to Black Lives Matter. In this memory, feminist scholar Bettina Aptheker reflects on how a fa…
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Rob and I are super stoked to talk with our buddy Phil Wolf tonight!! So many things to discuss from Knobtail Geckos, to venomous reptiles. Podcasting and THN - you certainly don’t want to miss this!! Find Phil and THN on IG: https://www.instagram.com/knobtails.i... https://www.instagram.com/herpetocult... Reptile Talk is Sponsored by: BLACK BOX CA…
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For this episode of BioScience Talks, we're joined by DeeAnn Reeder, Professor of Biology at Bucknell University and a researcher at the Smithsonian Institution. We spoke about a number of topics, including bats, disease ecology, and community outreach. Underlying that conversation was an important message about the One Health concept, which will b…
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Hibernation is a pretty extreme biological process that shouldn’t be undertaken lightly. Bearded dragons are one of many beasts that have it perfected, and in this episode we look at how. Species of the Bi-week is back with a new strange skinned snake. Become a Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/herphighlights Merch: https://www.redbubble.com/people/…
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For the 100th episode of Snake Talk, Dr. Jenkins interviews Harry Greene, author of Snakes: Evolution of Mystery in Nature, a book that significantly influenced Dr. Jenkins' choice to work with snakes. In this episode, we trace Harry's career path from his childhood adventures of discovering lizards on his family farm, to his military days studying…
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Rob and I are stoked to be joined by Jared Carmichael this evening! We’re gonna be chatting about Red Tail Green Rats, Bamboo Rats, Reptile Photography and more! Don’t miss it! Find Jared on IG https://www.instagram.com/jaredssnake... Reptile Talk is Sponsored by: BLACK BOX CAGES **USE CODE - REPTILETALK and SAVE on your next order!!! ** Website: h…
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Tortoises return to an island in the Galapagos and prove themselves to be solid ecosystem engineers. Become a Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/herphighlights Merch: https://www.redbubble.com/people/herphighlights/shop Full reference list available here: http://www.herphighlights.podbean.com Main Paper References: Tapia Aguilera W, Gibbs JP. 2023. R…
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For today's episode, we're joined by Catalina Munteanu, Researcher at the University of Frieberg in Germany, who has a background in geography and forest sciences. Also joining us is Volker Radeloff, Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, in the SILVIS Lab, where he works on satellite imagery to look at land use. They were here to discus…
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Caecilians, the strange underground amphibians, are known to let their babies eat their skin. But the full benefits of this practice are only now becoming clear. Become a Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/herphighlights Merch: https://www.redbubble.com/people/herphighlights/shop Full reference list available here: http://www.herphighlights.podbean.c…
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Dr. Jenkins sits down with Dustin Smith from the North Carolina Zoo to discuss a conservation program for Virgin Island Boas. They begin by discussing Dustin’s career trajectory and the dedication required to succeed in the zoo field. Next, they delve into the natural history of Virgin Island Boas, covering aspects such as their distribution, habit…
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Herpetology is a science with a dubious distinction. It is one of the least diverse professions, especially in terms of gender. Our guests on this episode noticed their own uniqueness. In fact, it was often pointed out to them how unusual they were. But they also noticed the special bonds they formed with their female colleagues around the world. S…
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Tonight we’re just hanging with you guys! We're talking about breeding plans, the market, trends in the industry, etc! Thanks to everyone who caught us live on YouTube and Facebook!! Make sure you go over and subscribe and like the RTP pages if you haven't already!! Reptile Talk is Sponsored by: BLACK BOX CAGES **USE CODE - REPTILETALK and SAVE on …
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Rob and I are joined by Kina Mercado of Exotic Entities! She works with and has bred some awesome species like Southern White Lips, Vietnamese Blue Beauties and more!!! Do not miss this one!! Find Kina on IG https://www.instagram.com/exotic.enti... Reptile Talk is Sponsored by: BLACK BOX CAGES **USE CODE - REPTILETALK and SAVE on your next order!!!…
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A wildly ambitious study which fundamentally alters the ecology of islands? Count us in. Become a Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/herphighlights Merch: https://www.redbubble.com/people/herphighlights/shop Full reference list available here: http://www.herphighlights.podbean.com Main Paper References: Lapiedra O, Morales N, Yang LH, Fernández‐Bello…
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Dr. Jenkins sits down with Dr. Stephen Mullin to discuss his career as a herpetologist. While many academics concentrate on specific questions in science, landscapes, or species, Steve has chosen to be a generalist, exploring various questions in diverse landscapes and species. The conversation delves into the distinctions between being a generalis…
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Rob and I are stoked to be joined by Kori Martin this evening! We’ll be talking Morelia, Tree Monitors, the path to becoming a full time breeder, and more! Do not miss this one! Find Kori on IG: https://www.instagram.com/korimartinr... Reptile Talk is Sponsored by: BLACK BOX CAGES **USE CODE - REPTILETALK and SAVE on your next order!!! ** Website: …
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More evidence of social behaviour in snakes, this time from snakes that live underwater. Then we chat about a new species of alligator-looking lizard. Become a Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/herphighlights Merch: https://www.redbubble.com/people/herphighlights/shop Full reference list available here: http://www.herphighlights.podbean.com Main Pap…
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The Global Women in Herpetology Project culminated in the book, Women in Herpetology, 50 Stories from Around the World. But the effect on the women who took part was much more profound than a simple book. In this episode of The Babblery, two founders of the organization and one of the authors speak about the project that connected them to so many o…
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Rob and I are stoked to have Tony from Revision Reptiles on tonight! We’re talkin Morelia, Yellow Anacondas and Elephant Trunks!! This is gonna be one for the books!!! If you like Elephant Trunks - You will REALLY want to check this one out!!!! Check out Tony on IG: https://www.instagram.com/revision_re... Reptile Talk is Sponsored by: BLACK BOX CA…
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For today's episode, we're joined by Thomas Meinzen, recent Master's of Science graduate from Montana State University in Bozeman, Diane Debinski, who is a Professor and Department Head in the Department of Ecology at MSU, and Laura Burkle, a Professor also in the MSU Ecology Department. They were here to talk about the subject of their recent BioS…
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Dr. Jenkins sits down with Dr. Jake Socha from Virginia Tech University to delve into the biomechanics of flying snakes. They begin the discussion by exploring how certain flying lizards inspired Jake to embark on the study of snakes. They discuss the general natural history of flying snakes before delving into the specifics of their biomechanics. …
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The reptile industry lost a titan just a few days ago. Rob and I, like many of us, have also lost a friend. This episode, we’re going to be sharing memories and stories about our friend Brian, who will live on in this hobby for generations to come! If you’d like to learn how you can honor Brian’s Legacy, click here: https://thereptarium.com/pages/b…
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We’re joined by our good buddy Josh this week! Talkin tegus, monitors, Cyclura, and more! Maybe even about his emus?! It’s always great fun talking with Josh, so don’t miss it!! Check out Josh on IG: https://www.instagram.com/herpetofaun... Reptile Talk is Sponsored by: BLACK BOX CAGES **USE CODE - REPTILETALK and SAVE on your next order!!! ** Webs…
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Chris discusses Pygmy Rattlesnakes with Dr. Terry Farrell, a professor at Stetson University in Florida. Drawing on his extensive 30-year experience in studying the ecology of Pygmy Rattlesnakes, Dr. Farrell shares information about this common yet understudied snake. Their conversation encompasses various aspects of natural history, including habi…
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Royal pythons, ball pythons, regardless of their name the colour morphs can be stunning. But have folk found which gene is responsible? And can that gene create the same patterns in other reptiles? Become a Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/herphighlights Merch: https://www.redbubble.com/people/herphighlights/shop Full reference list available here:…
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Super stoked to talk with Aiden this week!! From captive bred Dumeril’s Monitors to GTPs, Field Herping and more!!! It’s gonna be a jam packed episode!! Don’t miss it!! Check Aiden out on IG https://www.instagram.com/socalbiawak... Reptile Talk is Sponsored by: BLACK BOX CAGES **USE CODE - REPTILETALK and SAVE on your next order!!! ** Website: http…
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Urban environments can be dramatically different from natural ones. New challenges face any animal finding themselves in the big city. This episode we look at some tiny chameleons adapting to urban life, and now differ from their country relatives. Become a Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/herphighlights Merch: https://www.redbubble.com/people/herp…
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In this episode, we talk about the origin of the disconnect between economic indicators and our household realities. Women operate in an economy that was designed to ignore and devalue much of the work we provide. Rickey describes our economic system not as an inevitable fact, but instead as a story to be retold with all people in mind.…
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Kicking off the new year with our buddy Yoshi from Modern Reptile Shop!! We’re talkin Blue Tongues, Bredli, and Florida Keeping!! It’s gonna be a blast!! Check Yoshi out on IG: https://www.instagram.com/modernrepti... Reptile Talk is Sponsored by: BLACK BOX CAGES **USE CODE - REPTILETALK and SAVE on your next order!!! ** Website: https://bit.ly/BLK…
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Dr. Jenkins sits down with Blake Adams and Caleb Goldsmith. Blake and Caleb work for The Orianne Society where their primary focus is on the restoration and management of snake habitat. The discussion kicks off with an exploration of the Longleaf Pine ecosystem that dominates the southeastern coastal plain. The natural disturbance regimes that hist…
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For today's episode, we're joined by Avery Paxton, who is a Research Marine Biologist with NOAA's National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science, Chris Taylor, Research Ecologist, also with NOAA's NCCOS, and Melanie Damour, who is a Marine Archeologist and the Environmental Studies Coordinator with the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management's Gulf of Mexico…
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For today's episode, we jump back to last spring's Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists. Our guest is Sinlan Poo, Curator of Research at the Memphis Zoo and one of the co-organizers of the Global Women in Herpetology Project. You may remember her from a previous interview, but we recorded an extra mini-podcast to talk about the book "…
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Dr. Jenkins sits down with Dr. Alison Rabosky, the Curator of Herpetology at the University of Michigan Museum of Zoology, to talk about museum collections of snakes. They begin by talking about Alison’s research on color patterns and mimicry in lizards and snakes. They delve into the acquisition and management of museum collections, and highlight …
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It’s been a while guys! Rob and I are excited to be doing another episode. We want to wish you all happy holidays, as well as tell you what you can expect going into 2024 from the Reptile Talk podcast. Don’t miss this episode! Thank you all so much for your continued support over the years! This year prove to be quite a hectic one, so we really app…
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An arms race between newts and snakes means biological warfare. Become a Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/herphighlights Merch: https://www.redbubble.com/people/herphighlights/shop Full reference list available here: http://www.herphighlights.podbean.com Main Paper References: Gilbert AL, Cabrera S, Hague MTJ, Stokes AN, Feldman CR, Hanifin CT, Bro…
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