Best herpetology podcasts we could find (Updated July 2017)
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Herpetological Highlights
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Bringing you the recent scientific advancements in the field of Herpetology.
 
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Herpetological Discussions
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Podcast by Justin Julander
 
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Herp Nation Radio Network
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Reptiles - Amphibians - Herpetology - Husbandry
 
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Alabama Herp Radio
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Alabama Herp Radio (hosted by Southwest Alabama Herpetological Society) is dedicated to explore all things related to herpetoculture & herpetology, especially in the Heart of Dixie!
 
– @HerpNation
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Reptiles - Amphibians - Herpetology - Husbandry
 
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This episode is focused on venomous lizards. The first half is all about the desert specialist and ultra-efficient Gila Monster. With the latter portion covering possibly the most charismatic lizard still roaming the earth – the iconic Komodo Dragon. We explore how these lizards interact with their environments and discuss the existence of thei ...…
 
Welcome! Are you sure? We’re sorry.On this week’s episode of everyone’s favorite home improvement podcast, Matt admits to herpetological tax evasion and Jeff issues an anserine apology. In Whatchoo Workin’ On, Matt updates us his on his tomb silos for a-holes, and Jeff made a broom.Our listeners have questions about tubs that fill when sinks ru ...…
 
Episode four is all about day geckos. We get into the lifestyles of these handsome creatures – first exploring Mauritian lowland forest day gecko’s choice of home. Following on from that, we chat about some cheeky Malagasy geckos with some peculiar dietary requirements, and then discuss the startling spread of giant day geckos on Reunion Island ...…
 
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Herpetological Highlights
 
This fortnight’s episode is dedicated to boas. The first portion looks into how boas hunt; their ability to subdue prey and potentially hunt in a “coordinated” fashion. After, we dig into some landscape genetics and see how the success of cave dwelling boas could boost their conservation chances. Staying on message, our Species of the Bi-week i ...…
 
In episode two of Herpetological Highlights we delve into the world of frogs and how they deal with noisy environments. Followed up by a pair of radiotelemetry studies giving us a glimpse into the lives of two North American snakes. We have two Species of the Bi-week, a ghostly snake from Madagascar and a rediscovered Monitor Lizard from the di ...…
 
HD-13 Frogs harboring Guinea worm by Justin Julander
 
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Herpetological Discussions
 
HD-12 turtle-assoc. Salmonellosis by Justin Julander
 
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Text Before Calling - FauCast Studios
 
today's lesson: herpetology, With guest Tim Snow. Join us won’t you.
 
On this inaugural episode of Herpetological Highlights we discuss colour changing Bearded Dragons, the temperature efficiency of Bluetongue Skinks, and how snake camouflage may have driven primate evolution. Our Species of the Bi-week is a sexually dichromatic snake from India. FULL REFERENCE LIST AVAILABLE AT: herphighlights.podbean.com Main P ...…
 
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Herpetological Discussions
 
HD-11 starling nest aggregations by Justin Julander
 
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Herpetological Discussions
 
HD-10 Anaconda Diet by Justin Julander
 
Reptiles are not usually considered the friendliest of animals, nor are they generally considered ‘social’ animals in the same way mammals and insects are. But recent research is showing us that we have underestimated our cold-blooded companions, and that lizards can form complex social networks. Julia Riley from Macquarie University talks abou ...…
 
Exotic pet veterinarian and Animal Planet TV personality Dr. Laurie Hess, who is the author of Unlikely Companions: The Adventures of an Exotic Animal Doctor (or, What Friends Feathered, Furred, and Scaled Have Taught Me about Life and Love) stops by Steve Dale’s Pet World along with Deb Krohn, a.k.a. Frog Lady, who is a member of the Chicago H ...…
 
What is Herpetology? Herpetology is the study of amphibians and is also the specialisation of our featured guest for this episode, Joshua Keen. Joshua graduated from the University of Western Australia in 2016 completing a degree in zoology and conservation biology. He then spent a year studying the fields of ecology and herpetology investigati ...…
 
Interviewing Geoff Carpenter, AKA "Carp". Carp is a second generation herpetologist and boatman who specializes in lizards. Geoff has been rowing rafts and studying herpes in the Grand Canyon for over a decade. Geoff teaches field herpetology at the University of Oklahoma's biological field station.
 
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American Museum of Natural History
 
DNA detective work tracing the evolutionary history of crocodiles has led to several surprising discoveries. In this lecture, Evon Hekkala, a professor at Fordham University and research associate in the Museum’s Department of Herpetology, discusses how tissue samples from centuries old museum specimens shed light on the mysterious origins of t ...…
 
DNA detective work tracing the evolutionary history of crocodiles has led to several surprising discoveries. In this podcast, Evon Hekkala, a professor at Fordham University and research associate in the Museum’s Department of Herpetology, discusses how tissue samples from centuries old museum specimens shed light on the mysterious origins of t ...…
 
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Not What You Think with Zacha Rosen
 
It's not just that there are a lot of different kinds of amphibians. There are a lot of different kinds of frogs. Some fight, some bark, some sing. we have a lot to learn from this (often) threated variety of amphibians. Not just about how frogs work, but also for human benefit as well. Jodi Rowley curator of amphibian and reptile conservation ...…
 
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Not What You Think with Zacha Rosen
 
It's not just that there are a lot of different kinds of amphibians. There are a lot of different kinds of frogs. Some fight, some bark, some sing. we have a lot to learn from this (often) threated variety of amphibians. Not just about how frogs work, but also for human benefit as well. Jodi Rowley curator of amphibian and reptile conservation ...…
 
Rest assured, Salvation is here in the form of UrbanJunglesRadio! Listen in as Danny and Andy welcome back the one and only Dav Kaufmann of Herpers fame! Dav is one of the herpetological world's most infuencial producers and we will catch up with him on his newest projects which include time spent in Thailand! Then we'll talk about he social me ...…
 
"For the Sake of JOY" with Author and photographer John HessJohn Hess is an author, photographer, and professor emeritus at the University of Central Missouri. He has taught evolutionary biology in several of its facets: evolution, genetics, ecology, ornithology and herpetology.John has an ambition. He would like for our culture as a whole to t ...…
 
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The Limit Does Not Exist
 
We interview Frank Burbrink, an assistant curator of herpetology at the American Museum of Natural History in New York. What exactly herpetology is and what computer programming has to do with it, plus comic books, punk rock, tattoos, multipotentialites, and the single most important skill to develop in order to thrive in the 21st century.…
 
Join Danny & Andy for another killer epsisode of UrbanJunglesRadio as we welcome film maker Ray Morgan to the show. Ray has been working for a few years on a very special documentary which talks to some of the herpetological world's best known names incuding Dr Bryan Fry, Dr. Doug Mader, George Van Horn and many others. The film explores the ma ...…
 
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AMplify - The Australian Museum Podcast
 
Australian Museum Director and CEO Kim McKay talks to Dr Jodi Rowley, Amphibian Biologist in Herpetology, whose research reveals amphibian diversity and her a passion for communicating biodiversity conservation.
 
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AMplify - The Australian Museum Podcast
 
Australian Museum Director and CEO Kim McKay talks to Dr Jodi Rowley, Amphibian Biologist in Herpetology, whose research reveals amphibian diversity and her a passion for communicating biodiversity conservation.
 
I met Jerome Sueur on a cruise ship where he takes the amazing position of Cruise Director to the next level. If you do know what it takes to work, as an entertainer and middle manager of entertainers, steadily, every waking hour, for 4 months straight,,, don’t bitch to Jerome. He speaks 4 languages and is one of THE most genuine and well liked ...…
 
Intro The internet’s favorite mouthblog podcast is back and we’re chatting with Alejandra Luaces who recently started at Mailchimp as the Mobile Operations Manager. Besides web stuff, you’ll also learn how to escape alligator attacks. Q & A 45:48 I recently started studying towards a Microsoft certification but I just wanted to see if you had a ...…
 
Intro The internet’s favorite mouthblog podcast is back and we’re chatting with Alejandra Luaces who recently started at Mailchimp as the Mobile Operations Manager. Besides web stuff, you’ll also learn how to escape alligator attacks. Q & A 45:48 I recently started studying towards a Microsoft certification but I just wanted to see if you had a ...…
 
Intro The internet’s favorite mouthblog podcast is back and we’re chatting with Alejandra Luaces who recently started at Mailchimp as the Mobile Operations Manager. Besides web stuff, you’ll also learn how to escape alligator attacks. Q & A 45:48 I recently started studying towards a Microsoft certification but I just wanted to see if you had a ...…
 
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Mythology Translated
 
Melampus was a well known and respected greek hero we really don't know that much about. This week's shorter episode dives into all the variations on how he ended up becoming a famous prophet and winning a third of a kingdom. Reasons we are explicit - Herpetology, Impersonations, Someone taking the Highlander too seriously, and people being jerks.…
 
In this episode of Corn on the Pod, I have my good friend Ian Curtis. Ian is not only a cornsnake breeder at IC Corns, but is vice-president of the Kentucky Herpetological Society. Ian has recently confirmed a new population of cornsnakes in the state of Kentucky. Ian Curtis on Facebook IC Reptiles The Kentucky Herpetological Society on Faceboo ...…
 
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Herpetological Discussions
 
HD-9 Rock monitor behavior by Justin Julander
 
On this episode of Herpin' Time Radio we welcome Chris Barmore, president of the Kentucky Herpetological Society and owner of Barmore's Boids. Chris specializes in working with a variety of different pythons that he's going to be telling us about and we'll also be talking about the importance of herp societies. Check out Barmore's Boids: https: ...…
 
On this episode of Herpin' Time Radio we welcome guest Jayd Rains who will be talking about his work with Indian Creek Herpetology and also about the work he does at the Kentucky Reptile Zoo. Check out Indian Creek Herpetology at: https://m.facebook.com/indiancreekherpetology?refsrc=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Findiancreekherpetology&__mref ...…
 
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Herpin Time Radio
 
Cobraman Ray Hunter from Hunter Serpentology LLC joins us to talk about venomous snakes. Ray studied herpetology and toxinology at the University of Florida and has an extensive background working with cobras and other venomous snakes. Check out Hunter Serpentology at: http://cobraman.net/4436.html
 
Vin Russo of Cutting Edge Herpetological Inc
 
We haven't had a blood python show on Reptile Radio in a while, and last week's guest Steven Tillis was kind enough to agree to indulge us in one for this episode. However, as cool and interesting as those girthy mid-sized beauties are, we won't just be talking bloods. So strap in and enjoy, as we find out what environmental ecology students in ...…
 
Rian the owner of Underground Reptiles will be my guest on this episode of Herpetological Hour . We will be Talking about his Tegu breedings and a few other reptiles and I will be asking him what does he think the future hold for the hobby . so please join us live June 14th at 7pm eastern time 6pm central time 5pm mountian time and 4pm pacific ...…
 
Rian the owner of Underground Reptiles will be my guest on this episode of Herpetological Hour . We will be Talking about his Tegu breedings and a few other reptiles and I will be asking him what does he think the future hold for the hobby . so please join us live June 14th at 7pm eastern time 6pm central time 5pm mountian time and 4pm pacific ...…
 
On this episode of HTR we welcome our good friend Ian Curtis who currently serves as the Vice President of the Kentucky Herpetological Society. We're just going to talk snakes and have ourselves a good time. Check out the Kentucky Herpetological Society at: http://www.kyherpsoc.org/
 
Join us for another record-breaking episode of UrbanJunglesRadio as we get a visit by artist/jeweler Oscar Reduncido of Biological Jewels who will discuss the craft and inspirations from nature behind his amazing jewelry and sculptures. Oscar is well-known for the articulated rattle snake rattle that Danny wears and so much more! Then we'll che ...…
 
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Herpetological Discussions
 
A discussion on a review paper covering the history of python systematics and taxonomy and current views on this subject.
 
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