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Join host Thor Gecko and co host Jeff Scott as they beat down all the questions on how to open a pet store. Guest Josh Hawley explains the epic conquest of opening his first pet store. Breeding. Vending reptile shows. Store insanity. Wholesale. Long hours. And lots of dedication. We cover it all. Only on Late Night Leos.
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Episode # 232
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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Airing Sunday 1/31/16 at 8:00 P.M. Eastern and 5:00 P.M. PST
Rescuing Reptiles with Sheryl Lynn Mitchell of Scaly Tails Rescue
Sheryl Lynn Mitchell joins us for a discussion about her reptile rescue operation. There are so many unwanted or simply pets in need of new homes. Reptiles are no exeption. We will talk about what it takes to run a reptile rescue operation. We welcome your calls with questions and discussion topics related to rescues at 646-478-5331. The chatroom will be on during the live broadcast. You can jon in by following the show link at the time of the show. Please follow us on facebook at www.facebook.com/geckonationradio and here on Blog Talk Radio. Help us reach more listeners by sharing the show links on your facebook pages. We greatly appreciate it and the new listeners will as well.
In this episode we are joined by Brad Waffa of Waffa House Reptiles. in the first half of the show we will be talking about something that most people don't like to bring up........Mites. We will talk about the lifestages, treatment and different products used in the treatment of mites.
In the second half of the episode we will be talking about Brad's collection and some of the different species that he works with including: Chondros, angolan pythons, boas and someother cool reptiles.
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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.
Airing Sunday 1/17/16 at 8:00 P.M. EST
John Scarbrough of Geckoboa Reptiles discusses his breeding plans for 2016. Expect some amazing morphs and bloodlines to be released. We welcome your calls with discussion topics and questions. Call 646-478-5331 and press #1 when you are connected to enter the call que. Join our live chatroom a well during the broadcast simply by following the show link on a desktop or tablet.
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.
Airing Sunday January 10, 2015 at 8:00 P.M. Est and 5:00 P.M. PST
Marcia Mc Guiness of Golden Gate Geckos joins us for a Banded Gecko and Leopard Gecko chat. We welcome your phone calls with questions and discussion topics. Call 646-478-5331. Once connected press #1 to be added to the call que. You can also listen to the show on your phone by calling our number. As always our live chatroom will be active while the show airs. You can find it by following the show link from a computer or tablet. See you there and thank you for making Gecko Nation Radio a global success!
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!
On this episode of Herpin' Time Radio we welcome back our good friend and corn snake breeder Don Soderberg. Don is a true pioneer in corn snake breeding and has produced a great many morphs and genetic combos. In recent years Don has worked hard with scaleless corn combos as well as the amazing palmetto corns.
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In this episode, the last episode of the year, we will be hanging out and closing out another awesome year of Morelia Python Radio. Thanks to all of the guests that made this another awesome year and thanks to all of you, for tuning in every week and spending some time with us.
We will be back on 01/05/16 for another awesome year of geeking out about reptiles!
Plesiosaurs will be the topic of discussion on Natures Talk Show Fine Art of Paleontology Series.The Plesiosauria or plesiosaurs are an order or clade of Mesozoic marine reptiles, belonging to the Sauropterygia. Plesiosaurs first appeared in the latest Triassic Period, possibly in the Rhaetian stage, about 205 million years ago. Plesiosaurs were long-necked marine reptiles, closely related to the Pliosaurs though probably slower in the water. Their swimming speed has been estimated at 8.2km/h, which is faster than an Olympic champion, but too slow to catch a mackerel, salmon or seal. Plesiosaurs are often depicted with their neck bent into sinuous folds. In truth it was not that flexible, and no Plesiosaur ever bent its neck into the tight curve today's swans can manage. Plesiosaurs became extinct at the same time as the dinosaurs.
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