Best vertebrate podcasts we could find (Updated November 2017)
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Vertebrate Pest Control Education
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The mission of Vertebrate Pest Control Education is to provide flexible multimedia outreach and education focused on vertebrate pest control including pesticide application and humane trapping methods
 
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Along The Backbone
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The Evolution of Vertebrate Anatomy Through Deep Time
 
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Soonish
Monthly
 
At Soonish, tech journalist Wade Roush argues that the future is shaped by technology—but technology is shaped by us. Season 2 kicks off with a road-trip episode that probes the deep divisions over race in America but ends on a unifying, cosmic note: August's total solar eclipse. Season 1 episodes explored what happens when movie directors try to get the future right, but fail; why monorails are a neglected but still promising form of urban transit; how technology can improve the museum-goin ...
 
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Urban Jungles Radio
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Urban Jungles Radio is a cutting edge radio/podcast program that explores various topics in reptile, amphibian and vertebrate care. We feature celebrity guests, musical parodies, and hard hitting news topics. Join your host Danny Mendez, a Zoologist with a rich background in the professional zoological world as he explores various topics of interest and brings you the best interviews from all over the world.Urban Jungles Radio is LIVE every Friday night (More or less...) at 10pm. Be sure to ...
 
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Extinctions in Near Time: Biodiversity Loss Since the Pleistocene
 
The transition 11,700 years ago from the Pleistocene glacial period into the Holocene interglacial witnessed the expansion of humans around the world, climatic warming and the demise of many large vertebrate species. Since that time extinctions have continued on land and in the sea, culminating with the biodiversity crisis we are experiencing today. We explored these prehistoric extinctions—Who? When? Where? and Why?—in order to learn more about our planet’s future. Students then translated ...
 
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Hi all. Adam Pritchard here. I’ve been thinking about telling the story of my field experience in the Triassic-aged Chinle Formation of northern New Mexico for many years. The Hayden Quarry fossil site at Ghost Ranch has produced the best-preserved and most diverse record of American dinosaurs from the Triassic of North America, plus some of th ...…
 
Laura has spent the last two years chasing wallabies for her Masters research at the University of Melbourne, and now works as a Vertebrate Collection Manager at the Museum, looking after much less active animals. She’s beginning a PhD later this year in reproductive biology and is fascinated by the all weird and wonderful ways organisms reproduce.…
 
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Iglesia Bautista Reformada del Pacto
 
A new MP3 sermon from Iglesia Bautista Reformada del Pacto is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details: Title: La resurrección en la Biblia Subtitle: Apocalipsis Speaker: Boni Lozano Broadcaster: Iglesia Bautista Reformada del Pacto Event: Sunday Service Date: 12/28/2014 Bible: Revelation 20:12-13 Length: 36 min. (64kbps) Ove ...…
 
In this podcast, we are going to critically review yet another paper that has made headlines, though not for the right reasons. The paper is by Hongjun Shi published in New England Journal of Medicine in August 2017, titled ‘NAD Deficiency, Congenital Malformations, and Niacin Supplementation’. Now that’s a rather more dull title than the headl ...…
 
Stephanie Lukowksi is the Paleontologist at the Ice Age Discovery Center In Snowmass Village, Colorado. The Snowmastodon Site is one of the largest fossil discoveries in Colorado history, the world's most significant mastodon find, and a remarkably complete record of climate change between 140,000-45,000 years ago.During the excavation, scienti ...…
 
Episode #002 – Living the Innate Lifestyle – Dr. James Chestnut Dr. James L. Chestnut has devoted his professional life to the implementation of evidence-based healthcare based on identifying and addressing the root stressor causes of illness and the genome-determined requirements for the epigenetic expression of health. He holds a Bachelor of ...…
 
Little furry scapegoats. That’s what cats are when they’re blamed for divorces. Little furry non-human vertebrates. That’s what cats are when they’re fought over in custody cases. In this episode, we were surprised to discover just how closely cats are linked to the history of American divorces and property law. But, for better or for worse, we ...…
 
Dr. Dan Sullivan is a chiropractor, speaker, author, and one of the most sought after health experts in the United States. He’s well-known for showing chiropractors the profound science and proof behind what they do to give them certainty in communicating to the public. Dr. Sullivan began investing himself into the world of Chiropractic in 2004 ...…
 
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American Conservative University Podcast
 
Show 1819 A Critique of Darwinist Icons (Icons of Evolution) To watch this presentation on YouTube visit- https://youtu.be/te3aShKST1A Following Jonathan Wells's acclaimed book, Icons of Evolution, this video lecture/interview with Dr. Wells focuses on 6 of the 10 icons in the book. Wells shows how biology textbooks distort the scientific evide ...…
 
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The Author Stories Podcast - Author Interviews, Brandon Sanderson, Patrick Rothfuss, Jim Butcher, Ernest Cline, Robin Hobb, Diana Gabaldon
 
Bill Schutt joins me today and we have a fascinating conversation all about his journey from college professor to non-fiction to novelist. Bill has written some of the most intriguing books I've read in recent memory and I know you'll find something in this episode to challenge you and make you laugh.Buy Bill's books on AmazonAbout Bill:Bill Sc ...…
 
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This Week in Microbiology
 
The TWiMmers get cozy with symbionts: the bacteria that allow a giant shipworm to oxidize sulfur, and algae that live within salamander cells. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Michael Schmidt, and Elio Schaechter. Subscribe to TWiM (free) on iPhone, Android, RSS, or by email. You can also listen on your mobile device with the Microbeworld app. Become ...…
 
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This Week in Microbiology
 
The TWiMmers get cozy with symbionts: the bacteria that allow a giant shipworm to oxidize sulfur, and algae that live within salamander cells. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Michael Schmidt, and Elio Schaechter. Subscribe to TWiM (free) on iPhone, Android, RSS, or by email. You can also listen on your mobile device with the Microbeworld app. Become ...…
 
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ALOUD @ Los Angeles Public Library
 
Deep in tropical jungles around the world are birds with a dizzying array of appearances and mating displays—from pheasants with 3D feathers to moonwalking manakins—traits that seem disconnected from selection for individual survival. Culminating 30 years of fieldwork, Richard Prum, the Head Curator of Vertebrate Zoology at the Yale Peabody Mus ...…
 
The American College of Physicians (ACP) recommends in an evidence-based clinical practice guideline published today in Annals of Internal Medicine that physicians treat women with osteoporosis with bisphosphonates (alendronate, risedronate, or zoledronic acid) or denosumab, a biologic agent. ACP recommends that physicians offer drug treatment ...…
 
The American College of Physicians (ACP) recommends in an evidence-based clinical practice guideline published today in Annals of Internal Medicine that physicians treat women with osteoporosis with bisphosphonates (alendronate, risedronate, or zoledronic acid) or denosumab, a biologic agent. ACP recommends that physicians offer drug treatment ...…
 
Child development is something every parent is concerned about - we all want our children to be the best! As with many health-related issues, we often wait until something is wrong before seeking help. When we wait until school age tests to be certain how our child is developing, it's often past the critical period to be able to see the biggest ...…
 
As we age, our bones become weaker, meaning we’re more likely to suffer breaks, sprains and fractures. For some people, a vertebral fracture in the spine, also known as a fragility fracture, can be caused by something as simple as sitting up in bed with particularly weak bones. Dr. Tom Miller talks to Dr. Nick Spina, orthopedic surgeon at Unive ...…
 
As we age, our bones become weaker, meaning we’re more likely to suffer breaks, sprains and fractures. For some people, a vertebral fracture in the spine, also known as a fragility fracture, can be caused by something as simple as sitting up in bed with particularly weak bones. Dr. Tom Miller talks to Dr. Nick Spina, orthopedic surgeon at Unive ...…
 
As we age, our bones become weaker, meaning we’re more likely to suffer breaks, sprains and fractures. For some people, a vertebral fracture in the spine, also known as a fragility fracture, can be caused by something as simple as sitting up in bed with particularly weak bones. Dr. Tom Miller talks to Dr. Nick Spina, orthopedic surgeon at Unive ...…
 
In this one Will, John, and Yessica use their brains to transfer valuable information from the complexities of their minds to the cerebral of their peers. Who has been riddled by a southern Endothermic vertebrate?? @MrWilliamHaynes @JohnRos93 @yessica
 
In this one Will, John, and Yessica use their brains to transfer valuable information from the complexities of their minds to the cerebral of their peers. Who has been riddled by a southern Endothermic vertebrate?? @MrWilliamHaynes @JohnRos93 @yessica
 
Who is the oldest primate, and is it our great-great-great grandfather? Listener Elena's question takes us into a laboratory chock full of fossils, and brings us back to the impact that killed most of the dinosaurs. Anthropologist Chris Kirk introduces us to our very ancient - and very tiny - ancestors.Visit our blog at tumblepodcast.com to see ...…
 
On this episode of Life, the Universe & Everything Else, Ashlyn, Laura, Gem, and Lauren talk about the history and practice of chiropractic medicine, then Ashlyn hosts a game of -ology A–Z! Life, the Universe & Everything Else is a program promoting secular humanism and scientific skepticism that is produced by the Winnipeg Skeptics. Links: Chi ...…
 
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Life, the Universe & Everything Else
 
On this episode of Life, the Universe & Everything Else, Ashlyn, Laura, Gem, and Lauren talk about the history and practice of chiropractic medicine, then Ashlyn hosts a game of -ology A–Z! Life, the Universe & Everything Else is a program promoting secular humanism and scientific skepticism that is produced by the Winnipeg Skeptics. Links: Chi ...…
 
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The InForm Fitness Podcast
 
As the Founder of InForm Fitness’ Power-of-10 Workout, Adam Zickerman makes the claim every day that InForm Fitness offers the safest, most efficient strength training program around. But Adam has a confession for InForm Nation. Adam suffered an injury while exercising that resulted in acute, knock-you-on-your-butt, back muscle spasms. You can ...…
 
The gang talks about two papers that detail the ecology and evolution of some early fishy vertebrates. Can we tell what early coelacanth fish might have eaten? What evolutionary changes occurred when early tetrapods started making their way onto land? Is there an evolutionary trend towards kawaii? All this and less will be discussed. Oh, and Ja ...…
 
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ATTRA - Sustainable Agriculture
 
Experiences living with and trying to manage vertebrate pests like birds, deer, rabbits and more.By guya@ncat.org (Guy Ames).
 
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ATTRA - Sustainable Agriculture
 
Vertebrate pests distinguish themselves from insect pests and diseases by their ability to learn.By guya@ncat.org (Guy Ames).
 
The meat served at the 1951 Explorers Club Annual Dinner. Division of Vertebrate Zoology, YPM HERR 19475. Courtesy of the Peabody Museum of Natural History, Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA. Pass the mastodon, would you? This week we're talking about the famous Explorers Club Dinner of 1951, where woolly mammoth (or was it ancient giant slot ...…
 
The meat served at the 1951 Explorers Club Annual Dinner. Division of Vertebrate Zoology, YPM HERR 19475. Courtesy of the Peabody Museum of Natural History, Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA. Pass the mastodon, would you? This week we're talking about the famous Explorers Club Dinner of 1951, where woolly mammoth (or was it ancient giant slot ...…
 
Ask anyone to list all the senses and they'll probably stop at five. Touch, taste, sight, smell and hearing are all important to humans, but in the animal kingdom, there exist others. In this interview, Prof. Kenneth Catania, of Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, joins us to talk about some of the other ways in which some vertebrates ...…
 
In SciComm episode 35, I am joined by Jason Bruck. Jason focuses on the interplay of evolution, cognition and sociality in animals. Specifically, he examines how complex social systems in cetaceans, primates and other vertebrates drive the evolution of complex learning and memory skills. His Ph.D. work with dolphins identified the first example ...…
 
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