All Creatures Podcast
Episode 100: Where We’ve Been, Where We’re Going

Episode 100: Where We’ve Been, Where We’re Going

June 25, 2019

Join us for a recap of our first 100 episodes. We have learned so much studying the 70 species we have covered so far. We also have been fortunate to speak to so many incredible Conservation Heroes from around the World. This is a look back at our humble beginnings and where we are headed for our next 100 episodes. Some touching and funny moments. We hope you enjoy our first 100 episodes in review.

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Episode 99: Octonation with Warren K. Carlyle IV

Episode 99: Octonation with Warren K. Carlyle IV

June 20, 2019

Warren K. Carlyle IV is the founder of the World's largest Octopus fan club, Octonation. Within a few short years Warren has brought together thousands upon thousands of people together to learn and celebrate one of the Earth's most unique and amazing creatures. Today, Octonation boasts hundreds of thousands of fans throughout the world, all thanks to Warren's vision. Join us for a thrilling interview on how one person can make such a huge impact for any species. 

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Episode 98: From Another World, the Blue Ring Octopus

Episode 98: From Another World, the Blue Ring Octopus

June 18, 2019

One of the deadliest animals on the planet, the Blue Ring Octopus’s venom is enough to kill 26 adults. However, this small and extremely shy animal should not be feared. Rather, it should be revered and loved, with its incredible physiology and survival strategies. All species of octopus have an incredible story to tell and one we are excited to share.

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Episode 97: Orca Culture & Behavior, Part II

Episode 97: Orca Culture & Behavior, Part II

June 11, 2019

This week is a continuation of our Episode 95: Awed by Orcas. Here we go into more detail on the concept that Orcas have developed culture. We also go into depth of the different hunting behaviors of the various ecotypes of Orcas.   

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This episode was initially going to be a Patreon only release, but after some discussion, we just could not put this species behind a paywall. The story of the Orca needs to be told and heard.  

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Episode 96: Dr. Rob Hilsenroth, Veterinary Health of Wildlife

Episode 96: Dr. Rob Hilsenroth, Veterinary Health of Wildlife

June 6, 2019

This week we are excited to release our interview with Dr. Rob Hilsenroth (DVM) who is the Executive Director of the American Association for Zoo Veterinarians. Dr. Hilsenroth has a lengthy background in animal medicine. He provides us with a wealth of information and perspective on wildlife health from a doctor’s standpoint. Both those under human care and for those animals in the wild. We had a fascinating discussion on where we are globally and how wildlife veterinary medicine is helping many species throughout the globe.

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Episode 95: Awed by Orcas, Part I

Episode 95: Awed by Orcas, Part I

June 4, 2019

By far this is one of the most incredible species we have covered to date. The Orca (Orcinus orca) is a favorite of many throughout the world, but just how amazing they are will astound you. This will be a 2-part podcast because these animals deserve it. There are so many amazing facts and incredible research, that even two podcasts do not do them justice.

In Part I we cover the basics of Orca physiology, but even more incredibly, all the different ecotypes. Behavioral research is showing these animals have developed specific culture to their specific ecotype. In Part II we discuss this in more depth, but enjoy an introduction to a special animal, the Orca.

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This episode was initially going to be a Patreon only release, but after some discussion, we just could not put this species behind a paywall. The story of the Orca needs to be told and heard.  

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Episode 94: Koala Team from the San Diego Zoo

Episode 94: Koala Team from the San Diego Zoo

May 30, 2019

This week we were very fortunate to talk everything Koala from the team that cares for them at the San Diego Zoo. We were joined by team members Candis Malcolm, Lindsey King and Jennifer Roesler. The team discusses how they care about these animals and how the San Diego Zoo Global Wildlife Conservancy is helping to study and support Koalas in the wild.

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Please considering supporting us at Patreon HERE. We have so far released our first special episode, the Cheetah, and our conservation news for May 2019. In addition, each month we will donate 25% of any money donated to a conservation organization of your choosing. We can not thank you enough for helping us and for you in making a difference.

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Episode 93: Koalas are Krashing

Episode 93: Koalas are Krashing

May 28, 2019

Disturbing reports out of Australia are claiming the Koala, one of its most iconic animals, is now functionally extinct in the wild. The Koala is just another species suffering with a dramatically changing climate and coupled with habitat destruction, they could be extinct in just a few generations.  

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Please considering supporting us at Patreon HERE. We have so far released our first special episode, the Cheetah, and our conservation news for May 2019. In addition, each month we will donate 25% of any money donated to a conservation organization of your choosing. We can not thank you enough for helping us and for you in making a difference.

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Episode 92: Carolina Tiger Rescue w/Katie Cannon

Episode 92: Carolina Tiger Rescue w/Katie Cannon

May 23, 2019

Katie Cannon is the education director of Carolina Tiger Rescue, North Carolina’s only federally accredited wild cat sanctuary. A federally accredited sanctuary means Carolina Tiger Rescue is a 501-c3 non-profit; it does not buy, sell, or trade any of its animals or their parts; it does not do any breeding; and it is a no-contact facility. Through their education programming and guided tours, they help visitors understand the downfalls and dangers of private ownership, as well as the realities behind cub petting and other exploitation of wild animals.   

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Please considering supporting us at Patreon HERE. We have so far released our first special episode, the Cheetah, and our conservation news for May 2019. In addition, each month we will donate 25% of any money donated to a conservation organization of your choosing. We can not thank you enough for helping us and for you in making a difference.

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Episode 91: A Masterpiece, the African Painted Dog

Episode 91: A Masterpiece, the African Painted Dog

May 21, 2019

The African Painted Dog, or African Wild Dog, is heading towards extinction. Human pressure has fragmented this species into 39 small pockets throughout Africa. One of the most endearing animals, African Painted Dogs are incredibly intelligent and exhibit extraordinary behaviors. This is a special one, enjoy.  

Patreon

Please considering supporting us at Patreon HERE. We have so far released our first special episode, the Cheetah, and our conservation news for May 2019. In addition, each month we will donate 25% of any money donated to a conservation organization of your choosing. We can not thank you enough for helping us and for you in making a difference.

Show notes HERE