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The mission of the All Creatures Podcast is to educate listeners on the diverse animals that share our planet. We are in the midst of the Earth’s Six Mass Extinction and many animals need our help if they are to survive. Listen to hosts Chris and Angie share their knowledge on a diverse cadre of species including mammals, birds, fish, insects and many others. Learn about how these animals live, where they are from, what they eat, and what issues they are facing in trying to survive. Share your knowledge with others. Together we can make a difference.

The mission of the All Creatures Podcast is to educate listeners on the diverse animals that share our planet. We are in the midst of the Earth’s Six Mass Extinction and many animals need our help if they are to survive. Listen to hosts Chris and Angie share their knowledge on a diverse cadre of species including mammals, birds, fish, insects and many others. Learn about how these animals live, where they are from, what they eat, and what issues they are facing in trying to survive. Share your knowledge with others. Together we can make a difference.
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The mission of the All Creatures Podcast is to educate listeners on the diverse animals that share our planet. We are in the midst of the Earth’s Six Mass Extinction and many animals need our help if they are to survive. Listen to hosts Chris and Angie share their knowledge on a diverse cadre of species including mammals, birds, fish, insects and many others. Learn about how these animals live, where they are from, what they eat, and what issues they are facing in trying to survive. Share your knowledge with others. Together we can make a difference.

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352-512-8074


Episodes

Episode 108: African Painted Dogs with Dr. Greg Rasmussen

8/13/2019
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This interview was a real treat and one we highly anticipated. We were joined by Dr. Greg Rasmussen, who by all rights is the “Jane Goodall” of the African Painted Dogs. These are one of the most iconic and endangered animals on the African continent. We covered this incredible species in Episode 91: A Masterpiece, the African Painted Dog and hunted down Dr. Rasmussen to get his insight on his work in Zimbabwe with one of the most incredible species we have covered to date. Painted Dog...

Duration:01:13:42

Episode 107: Talking about the Takin

8/6/2019
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One of the world’s most unique mammals, the Takin, is heading towards extinction. These ungulates are so unusual looking they have been described as a “goat antelope” or a “Gnu goat.” Some have even called them a character from a Dr. Seuss novel. Their unique characteristics have allowed them to live and thrive in the alpine regions of Asia. Patreon Please considering supporting us at Patreon HERE. We offer bonus episodes and supporter only content. Show notes HERE

Duration:01:20:47

Episode 106: The Fantastic Fennec Fox

7/30/2019
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The world’s smallest fox, the Fennec Fox, lives in one of the harshest environments on our planet. These small omnivores have learned to survive and thrive in the Sahara Desert of Africa. These charismatic mammals really pull at your heart strings and just how they survive will amaze you. Patreon Please considering supporting us at Patreon HERE. We offer bonus episodes and supporter only content. Show notes HERE

Duration:01:08:25

Episode 105: The Stunning Sable Antelope

7/23/2019
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While not the largest antelope in Africa, the Sable Antelope is one of its most beautiful. Due to its impressive set of horns, its darker coat, and larger size, this animal is impressive all around and a favorite of many tourists. Patreon Please considering supporting us at Patreon HERE. We offer bonus episodes and supporter only content. Show notes HERE

Duration:01:04:43

Episode 104: In the Pacific, Gecko Defies Gravity

7/16/2019
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This week we cover another reptile, an endangered species, the Pacific Gecko. Native to New Zealand, this lizard species is making a comeback. Through the efforts of the New Zealand government, the Pacific Gecko is recovering. Geckos are incredible animals with special abilities and physiology that will blow you away. Show notes HERE Patreon Please considering supporting us at Patreon HERE. We offer bonus episodes and supporter only content.

Duration:01:00:30

Episode 103: Relocation of 24 Lions w/Ivan Carter

7/11/2019
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Ivan Carter was involved in the World's largest relocation of lions ever attempted. In 2018, twenty four lions, 6 males and 18 females, were transported via plane from South Africa to the Marromeu National Reserve in Mozambique. Ivan discusses why and how the move was made of so many lions. Further, Ivan discusses how the Marroumeu Reserve has bounced back with multiple species of wildlife, after being nearly left barren after years of poaching. To learn more you can visit the official...

Duration:01:03:01

Episode 102: Speedsters, the Cheetah

7/9/2019
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A beloved cat, the cheetah has adapted to survive in the wilds of Africa. This was our first Patreon only episode and we wanted to release it to the general public to get an idea of the quality of episodes we produce for our Patreon only subscribers. Each month we will release a new species, as well as a Conservation News segment, among other goodies. Please visit our Patreon account HERE.

Duration:01:26:13

Episode 101: There be Dragons, on Komodo Isle

7/2/2019
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This week we cover the largest lizard on the planet. The Komodo Dragon. Native to Indonesia, these large reptiles are in danger. With less than 6,000 left they need our help. These are incredible reptiles that have evolved over millions of years and have a story to tell. Patreon Please considering supporting us at Patreon HERE. We offer bonus episodes and supporter only content. Show notes HERE

Duration:01:09:11

Episode 100: Where We've Been, Where We're Going

6/25/2019
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Join us for a recap of our first 100 episodes. We have learned so much studying the 70 species we have covered so far. We also have been fortunate to speak to so many incredible Conservation Heroes from around the World. This is a look back at our humble beginnings and where we are headed for our next 100 episodes. Some touching and funny moments. We hope you enjoy our first 100 episodes in review. Patreon Please considering supporting us at Patreon HERE. We offer bonus episodes and...

Duration:01:39:16

Episode 99: Octonation with Warren K. Carlyle IV

6/20/2019
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Warren K. Carlyle IV is the founder of the World's largest Octopus fan club, Octonation. Within a few short years Warren has brought together thousands upon thousands of people together to learn and celebrate one of the Earth's most unique and amazing creatures. Today, Octonation boasts hundreds of thousands of fans throughout the world, all thanks to Warren's vision. Join us for a thrilling interview on how one person can make such a huge impact for any species. Follow Ocotnation HERE

Duration:00:55:51

Episode 98: From Another World, the Blue Ring Octopus

6/18/2019
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One of the deadliest animals on the planet, the Blue Ring Octopus’s venom is enough to kill 26 adults. However, this small and extremely shy animal should not be feared. Rather, it should be revered and loved, with its incredible physiology and survival strategies. All species of octopus have an incredible story to tell and one we are excited to share. Patreon Please considering supporting us at Patreon HERE. We offer bonus episodes and supporter only content. Show notes HERE

Duration:01:18:29

Episode 97: Orca Culture & Behavior, Part II

6/11/2019
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This week is a continuation of our Episode 95: Awed by Orcas. Here we go into more detail on the concept that Orcas have developed culture. We also go into depth of the different hunting behaviors of the various ecotypes of Orcas. Patreon Please considering supporting us at Patreon HERE. This episode was initially going to be a Patreon only release, but after some discussion, we just could not put this species behind a paywall. The story of the Orca needs to be told and heard. Show...

Duration:01:15:38

Episode 96: Dr. Rob Hilsenroth, Veterinary Health of Wildlife

6/6/2019
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This week we are excited to release our interview with Dr. Rob Hilsenroth (DVM) who is the Executive Director of the American Association for Zoo Veterinarians. Dr. Hilsenroth has a lengthy background in animal medicine. He provides us with a wealth of information and perspective on wildlife health from a doctor’s standpoint. Both those under human care and for those animals in the wild. We had a fascinating discussion on where we are globally and how wildlife veterinary medicine is...

Duration:00:57:06

Episode 95: Awed by Orcas, Part I

6/4/2019
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By far this is one of the most incredible species we have covered to date. The Orca (Orcinus orca) is a favorite of many throughout the world, but just how amazing they are will astound you. This will be a 2-part podcast because these animals deserve it. There are so many amazing facts and incredible research, that even two podcasts do not do them justice. In Part I we cover the basics of Orca physiology, but even more incredibly, all the different ecotypes. Behavioral research is showing...

Duration:00:58:17

Episode 94: Koala Team from the San Diego Zoo

5/30/2019
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This week we were very fortunate to talk everything Koala from the team that cares for them at the San Diego Zoo. We were joined by team members Candis Malcolm, Lindsey King and Jennifer Roesler. The team discusses how they care about these animals and how the San Diego Zoo Global Wildlife Conservancy is helping to study and support Koalas in the wild. Patreon Please considering supporting us at Patreon HERE. We have so far released our first special episode, the Cheetah, and our...

Duration:00:56:13

Episode 93: Koalas are Krashing

5/28/2019
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Disturbing reports out of Australia are claiming the Koala, one of its most iconic animals, is now functionally extinct in the wild. The Koala is just another species suffering with a dramatically changing climate and coupled with habitat destruction, they could be extinct in just a few generations. Patreon Please considering supporting us at Patreon HERE. We have so far released our first special episode, the Cheetah, and our conservation news for May 2019. In addition, each month we will...

Duration:01:28:22

Episode 92: Carolina Tiger Rescue w/Katie Cannon

5/23/2019
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Katie Cannon is the education director of Carolina Tiger Rescue, North Carolina’s only federally accredited wild cat sanctuary. A federally accredited sanctuary means Carolina Tiger Rescue is a 501-c3 non-profit; it does not buy, sell, or trade any of its animals or their parts; it does not do any breeding; and it is a no-contact facility. Through their education programming and guided tours, they help visitors understand the downfalls and dangers of private ownership, as well as the...

Duration:01:26:46

Episode 91: A Masterpiece, the African Painted Dog

5/21/2019
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The African Painted Dog, or African Wild Dog, is heading towards extinction. Human pressure has fragmented this species into 39 small pockets throughout Africa. One of the most endearing animals, African Painted Dogs are incredibly intelligent and exhibit extraordinary behaviors. This is a special one, enjoy. Patreon Please considering supporting us at Patreon HERE. We have so far released our first special episode, the Cheetah, and our conservation news for May 2019. In addition, each...

Duration:01:24:54

Episode 90: Big, Bold, Bison

5/14/2019
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This week we discuss the national animal of the United States, the American Bison. We also touch upon its closely related cousin, the European Bison. Once numbering in the millions, the American Bison was reduced to just under 350 animals in the United States. The European Bison’s tale is similar. However, conservation efforts have saved both species and today they number in the thousands. Patreon Please considering supporting us at Patreon HERE. We have so far released our first special...

Duration:01:07:10

Episode 89: Cost of the Human Wildlife Conflict with Author Bryce Andrews

5/9/2019
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We were very fortunate to speak with author Bryce Andrews. His recent book Down From the Mountain, the Life and Death of a Grizzly Bear was recently released and it is so well written, and paints a clear picture of the issues grizzly bears are facing in the United States. His book can be purchased at your local bookstore or on Amazon HERE Patreon Please considering supporting us at Patreon HERE. Each month we will now be releasing a special species episode to our Patreon supporters, as...

Duration:00:53:23