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Episode #77: Stephanie Arne

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In this episode, I speak with Stephanie Arne. She’s a conservationist, host, and world traveler. We discuss her many adventures with animals including swimming with crocodiles and sharks, filming with condors and tegus, and how she ended up getting her dream job, being a host for Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom’s web series. We also touch base on what it’s like bringing animals on TV and what life is like being a minimalist living in a tiny house.

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Episode #76: NYC Wonderama Recap

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In this episode, I recap my recent trip to NYC to film for the kid’s TV Show, Wonderama. I go over the incredible animals I was able to work with including a porcupine named “Sticker Bush”, an opossum named “Priscilla”, a tortoise named “Dozer”, and a kinkajou named “Cosmo”!

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Episode #54: Today Show Recap

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In this episode, I recap my recent appearance on “The Today Show”. Topics include a behind-the-scenes look at what it’s like the morning of, working with the animals, New York pizza, and attending a “Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon” taping.

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Episode #42: Wild Cats

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In this episode, I interview Marion Holmes from the Cat Conservation Trust based out of South Africa. We discuss Africa's lesser known felines and what the trust is doing to help raise awareness about these small cats. In particular we talk about the African Black-footed Cat, the smallest and rarest of the African cats. Don't let its small size fool you: These cats are tenacious little predators that desperately need our help!

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Episode #41: Elephants with Dr. Cynthia Moss

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In this episode, I sit down with one of the world's most famous elephant researchers, Dr. Cynthia Moss. Dr. Moss has been studying wild elephants in Africa for over 40 years. In 1972, Dr. Moss started the Amboseli Elephant Research Project, the longest running study of elephants to date. In this interview, we discuss elephant behavior, intelligence, social structure, empathy, and current threats they face in the wild. Other topics include the famous elephant "Echo", Dr. Moss's favorite elephant encounter, and advice for young researchers wanting to pursue a similar career path. 

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