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The mission of the All Creatures Podcast is to educate listeners on the diverse animals that share our planet. We are in the midst of the Earth’s Six Mass Extinction and many animals need our help if they are to survive.Each week we will discuss a new species, conduct interviews with conservation experts from around the globe, and discuss recent conservation news.

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The mission of the All Creatures Podcast is to educate listeners on the diverse animals that share our planet. We are in the midst of the Earth’s Six Mass Extinction and many animals need our help if they are to survive.Each week we will discuss a new species, conduct interviews with conservation experts from around the globe, and discuss recent conservation news.

    Episode 142: Shocked by Electric Eels

    Episode 142: Shocked by Electric Eels

    This week leads us to another radical animal, the Electric Eel. By far one of the most incredible biological adaptations are this animal's ability to naturally produce electricity. We delve into the eels ability to produce a shock as high as 860 volts. By far one of the strongest shocks produced by any known animal. Listen and learn to be amazed by our natural world.
    Patreon: Please considering supporting us at Patreon HERE.
    For one cup of "good" coffee a month you can support your favorite podcast and give back to conservation. We also offer bonus episodes and supporter only content. We also donate portions of what we raise to a conservation organization each month. We will be sending money to Australia for relief this month and have supported African Penguins, African Wild Dogs, White Sharks in recent months and many other species thanks to our donors.
     Show notes HERE
     

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    Episode 141: The Creepier, The Better w/Mallory Lindsay

    Episode 141: The Creepier, The Better w/Mallory Lindsay

    Ms. Mallory’s mission is to spark curiosity about wildlife, conservation, and local natural history while empowering others to do the same through public outreach, community conservation projects, and citizen scientist initiatives. As a wildlife educator, Mallory believes facts are better told through stories, curiosity should never be smothered, and the power of one should empower many. For over a decade, Mallory has invested her focus-and talents- in challenging the way people view our wildlife (see Fear2Fascination) and encouraging them to find their own niche in making the world a better place ( see Curious Conservationist). From documenting scientists’ stories in remote locations to to working alongside our nation’s youth, connecting with others is a key component to changing lives- and our planet.
    You can read more about Mallory at her website mallorylindsay.com
    Show notes HERE

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    Episode 140: the Strange Star Nosed Mole

    Episode 140: the Strange Star Nosed Mole

    We welcome a really unique species, the Star Nosed Mole. While it may look strange, its nose and other adaptations makes this a fascinating creatures to learn about. We had a lot of fun discussing this special little species and all that it can teach us. 
    Disclaimer: we had some issues with our recording website, so the audio may sound a little different this week. Our apologizes. 
    Patreon: Please considering supporting us at Patreon HERE.
    For one cup of "good" coffee a month you can support your favorite podcast and give back to conservation. We also offer bonus episodes and supporter only content. We also donate portions of what we raise to a conservation organization each month. We will be sending money to Australia for relief this month and have supported African Penguins, African Wild Dogs, White Sharks in recent months and many other species thanks to our donors.
     

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    Episode 139: Massive Moose Podcast

    Episode 139: Massive Moose Podcast

    This week we go massive and talk about the largest deer species in the world, the Moose! Or in Europe known as the Eurasian Elk. Just a phenomenal species to discuss. We really nerd out this week talking about this animals physiology, it's behavior and all the other wonderful things that make the Moose one of our favorites. Also a special shout out to Julia from Minnesota who is a wonderful Patreon supporter and asked for this species. We also give a special shout out to our Canadian listeners.
    Show notes HERE
    Patreon: Please considering supporting us at Patreon HERE. For one cup of "good" coffee a month you can support your favorite podcast and give back to conservation. We also offer bonus episodes and supporter only content. We also donate portions of what we raise to a conservation organization each month. We will be sending money to Australia for relief this month and have supported African Penguins, African Wild Dogs, White Sharks in recent months and many other species thanks to our donors. 

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    Episode 138: Saving Amphibians w/Ian Recchio Los Angeles Zoo

    Episode 138: Saving Amphibians w/Ian Recchio Los Angeles Zoo

    This week we are very fortunate to have an interview with Ian Recchio, Curator of Amphibians and Reptiles from the Los Angeles Zoo. We discuss the plight of many of the planet's amphibians, specifically the Southern Mountain Yellow-Legged Frog. This species is one of the most endangered amphibians in California and Ian is helping to lead the efforts to restore this animal to its native habitat. The story about Ian and his efforts can be read HERE. This is an incredible conservation story that is still ongoing today. What we are learning from these efforts, among others that we discuss with Ian, are helping multiple species around the world.
    Show notes HERE

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    Episode 137: Hellacious Hellbenders

    Episode 137: Hellacious Hellbenders

    This week we travel to North America and learn about one of the largest amphibians in the world, the Hellbender.  Amphibians are incredible animals that have adapted and survived for hundreds of millions of years. Sadly, amphibians are one of the most endangered class of animals on the planet. It is estimated up to 41% of all amphibian species are threatened with extinction. Being one of the largest, Hellbenders and the other giant salamanders of the world are also threatened with extinction. These are incredible and ancient animals that you need to know about.
    Show notes HERE
    Patreon: Please considering supporting us at Patreon HERE. For one cup of "good" coffee a month you can support your favorite podcast and give back to conservation. We also offer bonus episodes and supporter only content. We also donate portions of what we raise to a conservation organization each month. We will be sending money to Australia for relief this month and have supported African Penguins, African Wild Dogs, White Sharks in recent months and many other species thanks to our donors. 

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