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Darren Naish and John Conway talk all things tetrapod, and some things not.

Tetrapod Zoology Podcast - Tetrapod Zoology John Conway & Darren Naish

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Darren Naish and John Conway talk all things tetrapod, and some things not.

    Episode 75: From the Palaeolithic (AKA 2019)

    Episode 75: From the Palaeolithic (AKA 2019)

    Enter the Time Machine to a time when Darren and John discuss topics from, like a billion years ago in News From the World of News. Topics include Nessie eDNA, a scathing book review, and PopPalaeo.

    Episode 74: Fat-bottomed Rodents

    Episode 74: Fat-bottomed Rodents

    We’re back! In our stunning return, in which we clearly still know how to podcast good and do other stuff good too, we discuss The Summer of The Gulls, the silk road and the rodents therein, TetZooCon and The Dark Crystal.

    Episode 73: Green Eggs and Eggs

    Episode 73: Green Eggs and Eggs

    Episode 73, some news about tyrannosaurs (YAWN) and then eggses and eggses and eggses. I hope you like eggs.

    Episode 72: Loch Ness Monster Special

    Episode 72: Loch Ness Monster Special

    A very special episode, dedicated to everyone’s favourite living plesiosaur, Nessie.

    Episode 71: New New New!

    Episode 71: New New New!

    NEWs from world of news: pterosaur 'feathers', Sobrarbesiren, scavenging snowshoe hares, and whatever happened to the Kabomani tapir?
    NEWs from the world of Darren and John: TetZooCon 2018, Crystal Palace, ZSL book event, ARC-BHS meeting, PopPalaeo Dec 2018, and Darren in China
    NEW at TetZoo: sungrebe pouches, tetrapteryx, and sauropod life appearance.

    Episode 70: Back in the House

    Episode 70: Back in the House

    In this zombie episode from September: the formidability of cape buffalo, plesiosaur necks, and the domesticability of dinosaurs.

Customer Reviews

Fusilier21 ,

Top hole.

I've recently started to catch up with this excellent podcast. It's a little tapir heavy for my taste, but that said, hugely enjoyable and informative. The charming lack of professionalism is also a winner. Keep it up chaps.

randomman9999 ,

Funny and interesting

Darren Naish really knows natural history and John Conway keeps the show on track. Both are clever and funny guys.

Den1972 ,

Thanks guys, keep up the good work!

I came to the podcat via monster talk and have gone through the old episodes, I like this, the topics covered are of interest to me and the 'informal' style work for me - keeps me entertained on the way into work!

Oh an the link posted on the blog to pictures of the conjoined grey whale calf - never seen anything like that in my life before (an as an ex army medic I've seen all sorts of weird stuff!)

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