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Hello everyone and welcome to Episode Seventy Three! Tomorrow is Thanksgiving here in the US and I wish everyone a good holiday. It’s good to be back in the studio again after a few weeks off.
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Our guest this week is Zach Truelock, an Indiana native who is currently doing some very important conservation work in Florida. Zach has been involved with a number of very cool herp conservation projects over the past few years, and also a co-creator for the Life Underfoot YouTube channel. I want to highlight a few links for Life Underfoot, some of which we talk about in the episode:
Can We Save North America’s Rarest Salamander?
Spotted Salamanders In A Vernal Pool
Timber Rattlesnake Male Combat
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