Television

On the Web
Jan 24, 2015

Fun with Fox

On the Web - Jay Brewer of Prehistoric Reptiles and The Reptile Zoo joins Good Day LA on local station, KTTV myFOXla, to do some awesome PR work for reptiles and arachnids.

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On the Web
Jan 10, 2015

News from Discovery Channel

On the Web - The new CEO of Discovery Channel, Rich Ross, has made an announcement that the network will be moving away from the fake “documentaries” and needlessly sensational programming.  Hopefully...

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On the Web
Jan 4, 2015

The Yellowtail Cribo

On the Web - If you can get past the “Nightmare” in the title, and the snake being referred to as a killer, this is a very cool video showing off the...

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Feb 15, 2014

Steve Irwin Flashback

YouTube - Flashback to 2003, where Andrew Denton interviews Steve Irwin for an in-depth touching and sometimes hilarious look at the heart of the man.  The video is broken into...

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On the Web
Nov 26, 2014

Crikey, What a Beaut!

On the Web - Robert Irwin steps into some really big boots today with the launch of his first TV show.  “Wild but True” is an educational show about bio-kinetics—science imitating nature—...

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On the Web
Jan 28, 2014

How Far will “Reality TV” Go?

On the Web - Jim Harrison, director of the Kentucky Reptile Zoo, is one of the featured guests on HuffPost Live, discussing the disturbing reality behind animal-centered “reality” shows on television.  How...

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TortoiseForum.org
May 6, 2014

The Preservation of Lonesome George

TortoiseForum.org - A member posts an interesting video from the American Museum of Natural History that takes a look at the efforts to preserve the body of the giant Galapagos...

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The Reptile Report
Dec 8, 2014

Brian’s Corner: Eaten Alive

The Reptile Report - How did Brian Barczyk, star of SnakeBytesTV and founder of AnimalBytesTV, react to the sensational and controversial Discovery channel program about an anaconda eating a man?  It’s all...

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The Reptile Report
Dec 8, 2014

Brian’s Corner: Eaten Alive

The Reptile Report - How did Brian Barczyk, star of SnakeBytesTV and founder of AnimalBytesTV, react to the sensational and controversial Discovery channel program about an anaconda eating a man?  It’s all...

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On the Web
Dec 9, 2014

Glades Herp Farm Smugglers Sentenced

On the Web - Swamp Brothers’ Robert Keszey and his business partner Robroy MacInnes were sentenced today for smuggling federally protected eastern timber rattlesnakes and eastern indigos. Keszey was fined $2000 and...

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On the Web
Nov 26, 2014

Crikey, What a Beaut!

On the Web - Robert Irwin steps into some really big boots today with the launch of his first TV show.  “Wild but True” is an educational show about bio-kinetics—science imitating nature—...

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Urban Jungles Radio
Nov 22, 2014

UJR Presents: Swallowing the Anaconda

Urban Jungles Radio - Danny and Andy discuss the recent marketing genius of Discovery Network’s “Swallowed Alive” television show and catch up with Tom Crutchfield to talk about his recent trek down...

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Facebook
Nov 21, 2014

Truth in Advertising?

Facebook - Well, except for the free-roaming snakes, how many herp lovers can relate to this amusing commercial created to advertise a breath-freshening gum?

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Arachnoboards
Nov 12, 2014

Spider Documentary

Arachnoboards - A member links to an excellent BBC documentary on spiders that relies on quality film-making and information rather than sensationalism.

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On the Web
Nov 7, 2014

Eaten Alive?

On the Web - Rather than just pointing out a link that I’m sure everyone has already seen anyhow, I thought I’d take this opportunity for a little editorializing. To say that...

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Nov 6, 2014

The USARK Report

USARK - After an erroneous and sensational report on the Today Show called “Deadly Snakes for Sale”, Phil Goss of the United States Association of Reptile Keepers asked Dan Krull...

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The Reptile Report
Oct 26, 2014

Reptile TV

The Reptile Report - Gretchen Pleshaw, host of a new television show called “Reptile TV” out of Denver, CO poses with a beautiful Burmese python in front of the local Scales ‘n...

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