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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 117: Gibbon Conservation Center w/Gabi Skollar

9/12/2019
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This week we are joined with Gabi Skollar, Director, of the Gibbon Conservation Center. We spend an incredible hour talking about her work, and the impact the Gibbon Conservation Center is having on Gibbons around the world. Please be sure to stick around to the end as you listen to one of the most rare sounds you will ever hear. Over 30 Gibbons sang to us for over 10 minutes. Please visit the Gibbon Conservation Center website HERE Show notes HERE The film Violet is Blue: A Tale of...

Duration:01:03:21

Episode 115: A Treasure, the Golden Lion Tamarin

9/10/2019
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The Golden Lion Tamarin is a small primate from Brazil that nearly went extinct. They are one of conservations great success stories, as they were brought back from the brink. As the rainforests of South America continue to be a critical hotspot for conservation, we turn our attention there to talk about the Golden Lion Tamarins and their struggles to survive. Patreon: Please considering supporting us at Patreon HERE. We offer bonus episodes and supporter only content. We just released our...

Duration:01:08:52

Episode 114: Filmmakers of Violet is Blue: A Tale of Gibbons and Guardians

9/5/2019
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This week we are joined by the Filmmakers of Violet is Blue: A Tale of Gibbons and Guardians. While the gibbons are the stars of this award-winning film, it does shows just how much sacrifice people make in fighting for the conservation of endangered species. We are joined with Emmy-Award winning Director Alex Azmi, Producer Michael Thau and the Director of the Gibbon Conservation Center Gabi Skollar. You can check the film's website to see when and where it will be showing. The films...

Duration:00:54:50

Episode 113: Gibbons, their Songs are Fading Fast

9/3/2019
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Not many are aware that Gibbons are a lesser ape, and one of our closest relatives’ outsides the great apes. These awe-inspiring primates live-in Southeast Asia and every single species is now under threat of extinction. Not only do they have some radical physiology, their behavior, especially the singing of their songs, will win your heart. In this episode we talk about the critically endangered Northern White Cheeked Gibbon, and cover much about their other gibbon relatives. Patreon:...

Duration:01:22:08

Episode 112: Shark Research w/Chris Fischer, Founder of OCEARCH

8/29/2019
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This week we are joined with OCEARCH founder, expedition leader and visionary Chris Fischer. He gives a fascinating interview on the research he is conducting in not only sharks, but many oceanic species. He details his current efforts with OCEARCH and gives incredible insight into the state of our oceans and the many species within. Please follow OCEARCH at ocearch.org Show notes HERE

Duration:01:01:13

Episode 111: Revere, Not Fear, The Great White Shark

8/27/2019
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By far the most iconic fish, the Great White Shark, was made a legend by the movie Jaws. Yet, it was a play on the strongest human emotion, fear, that made this creature on of the most infamous of modern time. This week we jump into it with Great Whites and put to rest their fearsome reputation. This largest predatory fish has some incredible history and physiology, and this episode is not one to miss. Patreon: Please considering supporting us at Patreon HERE. We offer bonus episodes and...

Duration:01:25:12

Episode 110: Wolves and the Endangered Species Act w/Corbin Maxey

8/22/2019
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In this episode we were invited on the Animals to the Max Podcast with Corbin Maxey to discuss the controversial issue with wolves and wolf hunting here in the United States. It was a timely discussion as the next day, the Trump Administration announced sweeping changes to the Endangered Species Act here in the United States, which if implemented can have devastating affects on wolves. Patreon Please considering supporting us at Patreon HERE. We offer bonus episodes and supporter only...

Duration:01:32:54

Episode 109: Howl for the Grey Wolf

8/20/2019
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Grey Wolves in the United States are losing protections that have been in place for decades. Without these, Wolves are now once again being persecuted. The Grey Wolf, also called the Timber Wolf, is the largest canid on the planet and are close relatives to our domestic dogs. These magnificent creatures have so much to teach us. Patreon Please considering supporting us at Patreon HERE. We offer bonus episodes and supporter only content. Show notes HERE

Duration:01:23:33

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 notes...

Duration:01:15:38