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Reptile Radio has gained some incredible popularity within the reptile industry along with outside the hobby. Reptile Radio's massive listener base combined with some of the most well known herpetologists, reptile keepers and breeders as guests week in and week out, is what has driven Reptile Radio to the success it's had. Five times featured as a top program on Blogtalkradio and consistently ranked in the top 100 shows on Blogtalkradio. Tune in every Saturday night at 12:00am (est) Be sure to check back often for the "Quick Blast" shows during the week.

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Grab your favorite beverage and kick back for a little RR R&R, or feel free to cue us up and clean and water some racks while we keep you company. Either way, this episode is just the guys with the initials, and some good ol' reptile talk.... more

Here at Reptile Radio we feel really connected with the listeners of our show. Regular fans of our program know that we've been plugging the Bush League Breeders Club annual Spring Scavenger Hunt for years now. As happenstance... more

He's the guy that put the 'BT' in the 'Larry and BT' show. Brian Taylor has returned from his hiatus, and he's brought his unique passion and energy with him. CK isn't hosting this one in the format that loyal fans of the show... more

Last week's episode left some of our listeners craving more of this interesting topic, and Winston and CK both had more in their respective tanks as well, so the only logical conclusion was to bring Mr. Smith back for more scaleless talk !... more

Ball Python enthusiasts all seem to dream a similar dream in which they fantasize about their favorite species to keep and breed. Many have confided in me about how thrilled they would be to someday be able to discover a cool new... more

So many Carpet python fans out there... and why not? Carpet pythons are beautiful small to mid-sized Australian pythons that are available in many vibrant color and pattern morphs. Though somewhat high strung when young, they... more

Herp fans around the world love American garter snake morphs, yet for some reason, most American hobbyists don't get juiced up when somone says "garter snake." Maybe the cosmopolitan distribution of this common genus here in The... more

Many Herpers just starting out fall into this trap; the suddenly realize they love all reptiles and want to keep anything and everything they can get their hands on. For many, this can end in disaster, as the myriad species available in the pet... more

Ever been to a breeder's website to find the virtual cobwebs of years-old prices, and a "last-updated" date that you need to an expired calendar to locate? It's understandable that this can happen, keeping current photos and prices on your... more

Most loyal Reptile Radio fans agree, there's something about attending a herp show that's always exciting. Yet though many of us are seasoned veterans when it comes to making the rounds at our favorite local, regional,or... more
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