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Tonight we will be interviewing Brad Walker of Crazy Carpets! Crazy Carpets was established in 2009 by Brad Walker who has over 25 years experience as a zookeeper/curator, wildlife teacher and private reptile keeper. Crazy Carpets is a reptile breeding facility specialising in Australian pythons. Crazy Carpets is located in the Hawkesbury area of NSW and is a private facility, it is therefore not open to the general public.
Brad writes an informative Reptile Keeping blog on Kritter's Crumble called Brad's Snake Pit, it has all sorts of interesting facts and advice.
We will also cover our usual topics in the show.
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We had so much fun on the show this week, that we decided to have him on again!
Troy Kuligowski has been part of the Australian reptile hobby for the past 17 years.
Troy has kept and bred most of the python species that are available to reptile keepers in Australia. Troy played an integral part in launching the magazine, Scales & Tails Australia.
Troy is one of the organisers of the Scales & Tails Ipswich Reptile Festival and President of the new Qld. Reptile Society inc.
Troy is the owner and operator of Co-dom Carpets, and concentrates on working with Carpet Python mutations and Albino Olive Pythons.
In this episode we are joined by Michael Bourke and we are talking about carpet pythons. He is starting up a breeding business in Sydney. He is focusing on refining his lines. His knowledge on Carpets is insane he researchs everyday and his collection is kept absolutely spot on.
In this episode we are joined by Mike Curtin from Scattershot Exotics and we are going to be talking all about the Ocelot gene in carpet pythons.
Also, in the next installment of the Reptile Insider we will be joined by Chad Brown and we will be talking about some insights into boelens pythons and why they hae proven to be difficult to reproduce in captivity.
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In this episode of Morelia python radio we are joined by Zach Baez from Darkside Exotics and Matt Minetola from Philly Herp. We will be hitting on a variety of topics from Carpets/chondros to Bloods/Short tailed pythons.
Back to our roots. Carpet Pythons
Howard Redding from Redding Reptile Breeders joins us tonight.
We talk about what Howard has going on for the season andgive us some pointers on how to start breeding carpets and if we are lucky we might get to touch on that new banana morph!
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Joan Rivers, the raucous, acid-tongued comedian who crashed the male-dominated realm of late-night talk shows and turned Hollywood red carpets into danger zones for badly dressed celebrities, died Thursday. She was 81.
Rivers was hospitalized last week after she went into cardiac arrest at a Manhattan doctor’s office following a routine procedure. Daughter Melissa Rivers said she died at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, surrounded by family and close friends.
“My mother’s greatest joy in life was to make people laugh,” Melissa Rivers said. “Although that is difficult to do right now, I know her final wish would be that we return to laughing soon.”
WHO WILL MAKE US LAUGH NOW?? You will be missed Joan Rivers
In this episode Ben Morrill from Australian Addiction Reptiles joins us to talk about python genetics. There has recently been discussion on FB about the mode of inheritance for the tiger striped trait in coastal carpet pythons. With Ben's background in genetics we thought we would give him the opportunity to share his thoughts with us on genetics in pythons, in particular the tiger gene in coastal carpets.
Also, in the Reptile Insider segment we are joined by Chad Brown to discuss the pros and cons of just selling reptiles online.