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  • Episode 144: Anti-Poaching w/Global Conservation Force's Mike Veale
    20 February 2020

    Global Conservation Force is on the front lines in Africa and other areas throughout the world fighting poaching and wildlife trafficking. Mike Veale founded Global Conservation Force in 2014. As an organization, Global Conservation Force has grown and is fighting hard to save our disappearing wildlife. Well worth a listen to learn the truth of poaching in Africa.

    Please visit Global Conservation Force HERE 

     

  • Episode 143: Magical Meerkats
    18 February 2020

    We are under the weather here at All Creatures, so this week we went to the vault and pulled out an episode we did in August 2019 for our Patreon supporters. We were slated to do Warthogs, but instead, we will release Meerkat this week and follow it up with Warthog next week. Meerkats are beloved by many. These small mammals inhabit the southern reaches of Africa and survive in some harsh terrain. They have also evolved some incredible and endearing behaviors. Another amazing species to learn about.

    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

  • Dogs and Cats Living Together: Mass Hysteria or Massively Helpful?
    17 February 2020

    Can dogs and cats really live together? Some cheetahs in Africa wouldn't survive without their canine companions.

  • Episode 142: Shocked by Electric Eels
    12 February 2020

    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

     

  • Humans and the Sixth Extinction.
    10 February 2020

    People are changing the world every day; it's time for us to decide if the change will ultimately be positive or negative. Rich Block, Santa Barbara Zoo's CEO, talks about the impending "sixth extinction."

  • ZSL #026 Shifting tides: how can small-scale fisheries help address the Sustainable Development Goals?
    10 February 2020

    Small-scale fisheries (SSFs) provide around two-thirds of the world’s catch intended for human consumption, and support 90% of employment in the fisheries sector, therefore should have a huge role to play in achieving some of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Despite this, they are barely mentioned. Monni finds out from a panel of SSF a-fish-ionados why SSFs are being overlooked, what we can learn from them, and how we can better incorporate SSFs into policy, to meet human needs while safeguarding marine biodiversity. But where does gender come into this? And what is this creature that breeds like a plant but feeds like a carnivore?

  • Episode 80 - Mary Anning
    09 February 2020

    Happy Darwin Day!

    This time around, we’re talking about Mary Anning! She was one of the earliest modern paleontologists, she helped lay the groundwork for our modern methods of uncovering and understanding fossils, and she was famously underappreciated in her time. We’re joined in our discussion by our friend Brittney Stoneburg from the Western Science Center!

    Follow Brittney on Twitter and Instagram: @brittandbone And follow our friends at the Western Science Center!

    In the news: elephant evolution, pterosaur feeding, Jurassic “firewalkers”, and ancient fungi.

    News: 00:05:00 Main Discussion with Brittney: 00:40:30 Mid-discussion break: 01:13:30

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    Follow and Support us on: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/commondescentpodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/CommonDescentPC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/commondescentpodcastInstagram: @commondescentpodcast PodBean: https://commondescentpodcast.podbean.com/ iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-common-descent-podcast/id1207586509?mt=2YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCePRXHEnZmTGum2r1l2mduw

    The Intro and Outro music is “On the Origin of Species” by Protodome. More music like this at http://ocremix.org.

    Musical Interludes are "Professor Umlaut" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com). Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

  • Episode 141: The Creepier, The Better w/Mallory Lindsay
    06 February 2020

    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

  • Episode 140: the Strange Star Nosed Mole
    05 February 2020

    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.

     

  • Plastic Straws Really Suck
    03 February 2020

    Do we REALLY need to give up single-use plastics? Greg Gorga, CEO of the Santa Barbara Maritime Museum, says "Yes."

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