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Hello everyone and welcome to Episode Fifty Six! I hope all of you remain safe and healthy out there. It’s Super Bowl Sunday, and I’m back in the US after a couple weeks of herping in Peru. It was great to get back to the rain forest after a two year absence. Our group had a great time and we saw some cool amphibians and reptiles, despite a rather dry start to the rainy season.
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This week’s show features my long-time friend, John Sullivan. John and I go way back to the mid nineteen nineties, when the internet was still new and shiny and we were pioneers of a sort. We were among a small group of early adopters when the world wide web was actually called the world wide web, and it was fun to talk with John about those days, and about the many places he’s traveled to in search of herps. John’s one of the OG internet herpers, and his trip reports and herp photos from around the world can be found at WildHerps.com, be sure to check it out! John has also posted on the original Field Herp Forum in the past, and for a good example, here’s his Thorny Devil Dreaming post – enjoy!
Thanks so much for coming on the show, John! And thanks for listening, everyone! And as always, please keep the comments and suggestions coming, and please take time to rate the show on your podcast platform! The show email is firstname.lastname@example.org, and there’s also a So Much Pingle group on Facebook, for discussion, comments, feedback, suggestions, herp confessions, shingleback hat photos, tips for herping better, etc.