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On Friday February 27th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, join Ken and Chris Weatherford for an in depth look at venomous snakes. They will discuss the keeping of venomous snakes, anacondas and more. This will be an interesting and informative show, so don't miss it. Fascinating and scary, let's learn more about these awesome animals.
Venomous vs Vicious will be the topic on Natures Talk Shows Monsters of Nature. Animals that will take on venomous creatures for food for themselves or their young. From wasps that kill spiders to mongooses that take on cobras, this will be a very interesting show for nature lovers of all ages. How can some of these amazing small animals or arachnids survive these bites or stings. Let’s find out.
On Tuesday October 6th at 9pm est,8pm cst and 6pm pst. We look forward to you joining us. If you would like to join the conversation visit our chat room on our web page or call in to our studio number 1 -949-534-0637.
WILL BE RANTING ON THIS! AND MUCH MORE OF WHO ARE THESE VENOMOUS VICTIMS. IS THE BITE OF THESE VICTIMS BIGGER AND MORE POISONOUS THAT IT CAN CHANGE THE WAY WE SEE AMERICA NOW. IF THIS IS HAPPENING THEN CAN WE STOP IT FROM CHANGING AMERICA OR IS IT JUST "NO BIG DEAL".
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DrTranquility-Lydia sits down with Author,Life Coach and 911 dispatch operator Tamara Neal about her experiences as a 911 operator in Baltimore & how that lead her to write 'Venomous Relationships' from her experiences & those tell tale signs of toxic & Venomous relationshis.
Our guest on this episode of Herpin' Time Radio is none other than Kathy Love of CornUtopia! Kathy is well known within the reptile community as she has spent many years working with a wide variety of reptiles in captivity, most notably corn snakes. We at Herpin' Time Radio feel very fortunate to be able to speak with Kathy and we highly encourage our listeners to join in.
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Tywanda M.Brown was born and raised in Newberry SC. She is the proud mother of three boys. Her passion for writing developed at the young age of 11 with dreams of one day being a published author. Two years after graduating from Newberry College in the Spring of 2012 with a Business degree, she decided to make her dream come true. In the Fall of 2014 she released her debut book Love Games. Two months later she released Love Games 2: Love or Lust. In the winter of 2014 she released Literary Chick. Early spring 2015 she release Love and Snakes a book she co-authored with label mate Simply Shonda, her first anthropology Devils Daughters that she co-authored with CoCo Mixon,Simply Shonda, Dee Leshay and Nicole Shephard in late April 2015. Her latest release Love Games 3: The final Round released May 4,2015. July 4th, 2015 she released Love and Snakes 2 with label mate Simply Shonda.
You can purchase all her books on Amazon.com
On Saturday June 27th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, join hosts Ken McKeighen and Chris Weatherford as they talk about the care and keeping of the milk and king snakes. This beautiful reptiles are very popular in the reptile hobby. Common, or Eastern, king snakes are medium-sized snakes reaching three to six feet (.9 to 1.8 m) in length. Often called 'chain snakes' or 'chain kings' because of the white chain-like markings on their body, this snake is easily recognized. The snake is a shiny black with a criss-cross pattern of white or yellow lines. The stomach is checkered in black and yellow. They have smooth scales and a single anal plate.
Milk snakes can be from 35 to 175 cm long, with the longest snakes being found in Mexico and Central America. In the United States lengths are usually 60 to 130 cm. They are very colorful snakes and their colors vary throughout their range. All milk snakes have a blotchy or striped appearance, with darker blotches separated by lighter stripes. The color of those darker blotches can be very light to very dark, from tan to rust colored to dark brown. The ligher areas can be orange, yellow, or white. The darker areas are always outlined in black. Milk snakes have 19 to 23 rows of smooth scales and a single anal plate.
"Middle East Madness" Is Syria Dead because of the lawlessness that has taken over the land? Russia puts heavy sanctions on Turkey and also Putin moves in "Anti-Missile Defense" Systems along the Turkish border. Also Russian and Iranian warplanes have been spotted flying along the Israeli border. Also Turkey's President Erdogan says "Additional Accidents are likely to happen" if security measures are not put in place between Turkey and Russia. Also ISIS has left 6 mass graves just outside of Sinjar Iraq and the graves are of Yadizi citizens and bombs are placed in the graves as a trap. Also Thousands of Christians and Yadizi people have been abandoned in Iraq as President Obama pulls USA troops out of Iraq and leaves no defense force behind to protect the people. Also Turkey's President Erdogan will not apologize over the downing of the Russian Warplane. Also the Syrian Refugees flooding into America has caused a huge debate over security in America. Also earthquakes, virus outbreaks, venomous jellyfish, and extreme weather have caused major concerns around the world. The Brazil "Landsludge" has caused "Toxic Red Death" in Brazil. This and much more current news events and bible prophecy and the powerful Word of God. Your Host Pastor Paul Begley of Indiana.
On my recent vacation to the Caribbean - Cozumel, Belize and Rotane Hondarus.
I found this to be very magical and shifted me in many ways. In Belize I found that the plants in this beautiful place- most of the plants can be made into medicines that are used to help heal a variety of ailments. ( I will only talk about 2 on my show, so many plants used for medicinal purposes are so very helpful and healing. (1 - Snake Plant- this plant is used for snake bite- the Belizeans are taught to identify the species of snake life on the island- types of coral snakes and many venomous snakes. This aids in the slowing of the venom, until a hospital can be reached. 2) Gravola tree - (Sour Sap). Soursap is the fruit of Annona muricata, a broadleaf, flowering, evergreen tree native to Mexico, Cuba, Central America, the Carribean islands of Hispaniola and Puerto Rico are only some of where this is found. this can save lives, fill up hopes and build confidence.
Have you ever gazed into the starry night or into space on a clear night: awestruck by the absolute stillness and inconceivable vastness of it.
Have listened, truly listened to the sound of a mountain stream in the forest, or to the sound from birds.
To become more aware of these things, the mind needs to be still. You may at times have to put your foot down for a moment your personal baggage of problems, of past and future, as well as all your knowledge; otherwise, you will see but not se, hear but not hear. Your total presence is needed.
Would it be there without your presence? Go deeply into it. Find out for yourself.
It's another action-packed episode of UJR as Richard Stanley Stops by to talk about recent events where a woman's pet snakes were unjustly taken by the federal government and what should happen in this instance. Then the one and only Shawn Heflick stops by to talk Croc conservation and Christmas Crocfest 15 taking place at Croc Manor on December 5th to benefit global crocodile conservation projects. It's going to be a spectacualr one as usual on the won and only, world famous, UrbanJunglesRadio
For more infor visit www.USARK.org and the following on Crocfest:
Christmas Croc Fest 2015 is scheduled to take place on Saturday, December 5, 2015 from noon until 10:00 pm at Crocodile Manor, Shawn Heflick’s facility, in Palm Bay, Florida. Proceeds raised at this year's event will benefit the West African slender-snouted crocodile, Mecistops cataphractus. Populations of the West African slender-snout have been isolated from the Central African group for over 7.5 million years, resulting in such morphological and genetic distinctions that taxonomic revisions are underway to recognize it as a unique species. Considered the least-known crocodile in the world, surveys in West Africa over the last ten years have detected fewer than 20 wild adults. In 2013, they were assigned a Critically Endangered classification on the IUCN Red List.
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.