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In this episode we are joined by Terrell Zeigler, Riley Jimison and Steven Katz to discuss some of the topics that have come up on the Carpet Python Discussion facebook group.
We will hit on a variety of topics having to do with the keeping and breeding of the carpet python complex.
In this episode we are back for the start of our new season and we have a lot to talk about. We will be cathing you guys up not only what's going on with us but what has been happeing in the past few weeks in the world of Morelia.
What is my carpet python?
This is a topic that seems to have come up a lot. As more and more people are discovering carpet pythons we see a rise in people purchasing a carpet python before they really have a full understanding of the carpet python complex. We are joined by Dave Pierson to discuss this topic. Dave wrote an article called "Carpet Pythons for Dummies" When it comes to carpet pythons education is key. "Carpet pythons" are not all the same, they have various subspecies, etc.
We will be discussing what you need to know before taking the plunge into the coolest pythons on the planet!
In this episode we will discuss the python spirit. The python demonic spirit is a diabolical principality. We will talk about some of the attributes of this spirit and, some signs of its effects. Also we will talk about how to get free from this menacing foe.
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In this episode it will just be Eric and Owen talking about carpet pythons. We will hit on the breeding season, what is going on with other breeders collections and we will be answering some of the questions that have been sent into us.
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Please join GTPKeeper Radio on Sunday, January 31st at 9pm EST as we welcome longtime chondro head Tim Morris to talk Blue Chondro history including the most famous Blue Chondro......Mr.Blue.
In this episode we are joined by Ari Flagle, Fredrick Averback, Kasper Fonager and Chad Gray for a round table discussion about Simalia boeleni. We will discuss keeping, conservation of the species and thoughts about the breeding of this species in captivity and in the wild.
Join Danny & Andy for another groundbreaking episode as we dive into the legend of the Mysterious Black Python of Papua New Guinea, the Boelen's Python (Morelia boeleni). A vulnerable species that remains enigmatic to even the most experienced of zoos and private collections. We'll catch up with Ari Flagle who is currently spearheading a series of expeditions into the mountains of the native range of this elusive giant serpent. With several successful trips under his belt Ari will talk to us a bit of what he's learned a lot of what we hope to find out about this poorly understood jewel.
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In this episode we are welcoming back Keith McPeek to the show to further discuss his approach to keeping boelen's pythons. He joined us on the Boelen's roundtable and we wanted to talk to him one on one to really get a feel for his approach to being successful with this beautiful species.
If you have ever thought about keeping boelen's pythons then this will be an episode that you will want to listen too.
In this episode we will be talking to Ryan Young from Molecular Reptile about his approach to keeping and breeding White Lipped Pythons. He has successfully bred this species 3 years in a row. White lipped pythons are a more advanced species of python that are being kept in the reptile hobby today.
We will talk in depth about his approach and what really makes this species tick.
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In this extra episode we are joined by Nick Mutton from Inland Reptile. Nick has one of the best bredli collections in the states, possibly even the world. He works with different bloodlines and morphs and has some of the nicest examples of this often overlooked species of python.