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On this episode of the Aquatic Wetline, Aqua Alex will be creating a new series. The name of this series is Life In the Amazon. Alex will talk about all life in the Amazon from fish, reptiles, mammals, birds, and much more. Believe it or not, the Amazon affects us fish keepers because some many fish come from the Amazon.
Thousands upon Thousands of fish and other animals call the Amazon home. Aqua Alex will give a basic overview of the Amazon River, and discuss some of the many species that call it home.
You can call in at 347-989-8142 dial 1 with any questions!
Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas!
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Frequent visitor and volunteer in the Amazon rainforest, Vickie M Peck, will be sharing the accomplishments of regaining indigenous peoples' rights and the current challenge. Learn more about visiting and helping / videos at http://www.pachamama.org
We are inviting shamans & energy healers from around the world to listen and call in to the show to send blessings, prayers, and drumming for the tribes and the heart of the president to open — and since everyone is a healer...everyone is invited to join in.
On this episode of the Aquatic Wetline, Aqua Alex will be doing his 2nd episode in the seres Life in the Amazon. Aqua Alex will be talking about the Serrasalminae family. Aqua Alex will be talking about piranhas, pacus, and silverdollars. Piranhas are well known through out the entire world. Pacus and silverdollars are well known in the fish keeping hobby.
Aqua Alex will be discussing the kinds of piranhas, pacus, and silverdollars that inhabit the Amazon river, and how you can keep them in your home aquaria.
You can call in LIVE at 1 347-989-8142 dial 1 to share your thoughts on piranhas, pacus, and silverdollars.
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It's Soon2BeCatLady's turn to drive the podcast, and she is bringing in her buddy @BenjaminKruse. (@A_Dude79 will be here, too.) We will playing a fun few rounds of "If OKCupid had product reviews like Amazon does" -- courtsey of @s4m4nth4x. Tweet in your "reviews" using the hashtag MEOWCAST.
CatLady is going to be drunk off of Michael Buble's Christmas special which aires tonight on NBC at 7pm central.. So, she thought they'd also holiday it up a bit and discuss if there are certain Christmas presents you should get based on how long you've been dating. Who knows.. maybe the gang will sing for you?
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Since 2006, Zoë Tryon has lived and worked with the Achuar, Shuar, Kichwa and Waorani peoples in the Ecuadorian Amazon and Andes. "Living in a tribal community, there is no "I" in team. You're accountable there," she says. "Every behavior that I do there can affect another person."
Given her privileged upbringing in Wiltshire, England, she admits that she "still feels like an outsider" in the Amazon. Of course, she says, there are "always amusing moments when I feel a really part of it and connected…and then I'm like, 'Noooo. Not at all.'" That being said, she comments that, "At the end of the day, we are one tribe, we are one species."
Tune into this podcast to hear her explorations through the Amazon; her fight for the people of the area; and her charming stories -- from her fashion faux pas in the Amazon to her run-in with a crocodile.
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