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This is a for kids by kids (and chickadees) animal podcast. Every episode your host Devon and his sneaky little chickadee co-hosts, Chet and Cap, will dive into all the facts of one species of animal with jokes, fun facts, and quizzes along the way. You can suggest an animal at contact@kingdomanimaliapod.com and visit my website at kingdomanimaliapod.com. So what are you waiting for? Let’s explore this amazing Kingdom: Animalia.
 
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Podcasting is easy… right? ______________________ When you hear the final product of Kingdom: Animalia - A Zoology Podcast For Kids it feels like one fluid, uninterrupted, stream of Devon, Chet, and I (Cap) talking… right? In this bloopers episode me, Cap, your all time favorite podcast host, plays you roughly twenty-five straight minutes of Devon,…
 
PB&J, minus the PB, and completely different ______________________ Is immorality possible? Are jellyfish really fish or is “sea jelly” more accurate? Is one of the only truly immortal animals smaller than your pinkie fingernail? Did you know that sea jellies are brainless, heartless, and bloodless? What does a four point five millimeter long inver…
 
Learn more about Reindeer AKA Caribou if you deer ______________________ Are all of Santa's reindeer actually females? What's the difference between Moose, Elk, Reindeer, and Caribou? What are antlers used for? Do Reindeer's eyes change colors with the seasons? What do they really sound like? Why are reindeer's antlers covered in velvet before they…
 
A relaxing 15 minute, 29 second recording of sparrows chirping and singing ______________________ The Songs of Sparrows is a bonus episode with a 15 minute, 29 second, recording of White-crowned and Golden-crowned Sparrows chirping and singing at a large communal winter roost in California. You can listen to this recording while you read, write, do…
 
Are you ready to gobble up some turkey facts? ______________________ How are Wild Turkey's faces like chameleons? Did you know you can tell a turkey's gender by their feces? Do Wild Turkeys sleep in trees? Which turkeys gobble? Can turkeys fly? Today with your host, Devon, and co-hosts, Chet and Cap, you will learn everything there is to know about…
 
Time to learn about those crafty corvids ______________________ Did you know that American Crows are as smart as 7-10 year old humans? Are crows black, blue, or purple? What do crows eat? How do they always know when it's trash day? What would a crow get you for the holidays? Today with your host, Devon, and co-hosts, Chet and Cap, you will learn e…
 
In episode 18, Robi and I record our latest episode from the middle of nowhere in New Quay, Wales. We talk about how the UK government is taking steps backwards when it comes to key environmental laws and tackling the climate and biodiversity crises. We chat about the reintroduction of cheetahs to Kuno National Park in India, and why this has prove…
 
A preview for Kingdom: Animalia - A Zoology Podcast For Kids ______________________ This is a for kids by kids (and chickadees) animal podcast. Every episode your host Devon and his sneaky little chickadee co-hosts, Chet and Cap, will dive into all the facts of one species of animal with jokes, fun facts, and quizzes along the way. So what are you …
 
In Episode 17 of Zoology Ramblings, Robi and I talk about the very exciting imminent return of European bison to the UK, some uplifting new nature legislation in the EU, the weird and wonderful springhare whose fur is biofluorescent, the obscure and illusive African finfoot with bright orange feet, an exciting new project to map bee genomes and we …
 
Apologies for the complete radio silence for the past 7 months... we have been caught up in our final year at university. We have now finished out last exam at the University of Leeds so we are officially done with our Zoology degrees! In episode 16, we explain where we've been for the past 7 months and talk you through our final year dissertation …
 
In episode 15 of Zoology Ramblings, Robi and I record our first episode from Leeds, where we are living together for our final year of university. For our news section we talk about COP26 and whether it is going far enough to tackle the climate crisis and Robi talks about a new species of shark. For our animals of the week, I talk about the bizarre…
 
In episode 14 of Zoology Ramblings Robi and I record the first ever episode in person rather than over Zoom! We stick to the new format of: News, Animals of the week and end with current wider conservation stories. In this episode I talk about the recent decision by the British Government to possibly give beavers native species status and legal pro…
 
In Episode 13 of Zoology Ramblings, we introduce a new section called "conservation news" where Robi and I each talk about a recent positive conservation news story. We discuss our animals of the week: I decided to talk about the illusive, weird short-eared dog (thanks @wayne_wildlife for the suggestion) and Robi talks about the Little Black Tapir …
 
In episode 12 of Zoology Ramblings, Robi and I reveal some very exciting news about our podcast and its selection as one of the 8 winners of the Spotify Next Wave Initiative! We are so thrilled to have been selected alongside 7 other amazing podcasts which cover some very important and pressing topics in our society today. We also talk about our re…
 
In episode 11, Robi and I ramble about our animals of the week- I talk about the tayra and Robi talks about the tiny Monito del Monte. We each tackle large global conservation topics including zoonotic diseases and the lessons we can learn from the Covid 19 pandemic. Robi discusses why the taxonomic classification of African elephant species is imp…
 
In this episode, fossils of the Kimmeridge clay, naughty fossils from Brazil, Ubirajara, Darren's new book, Dinopedia. Cladistics (sigh), domed-headed nose-pickers, and how they use them, a New Whale™, G̡͉̼̱̳͖͕̱̦͊r̼͕̺̃̾͑ͩ̕e̴̻͙͕͍̺͔͒n͙͍̭̘̲̭͔̆̍͑͢ͅd̛͕̪̠̞̩̰ͦͯe̘̣̖̮͒͢ͅl̴̫͖͉͎̃ͣ͊̐i̶͇͇͓̭̳͚̹͒͑̇u̧͍͉̺̠̅̎ş̖̞̬̦̻̺̼ͭ ̨̜̤̃͗̑̚ͅmͯ͏͎̪͍̙͇̮͖̤o̹͇͙̺ͧ̉̒̽͞r̡̬͍̺̹̰̘͙ͦd͈͖͕̦̦̓̓̕…
 
In this rapid-fire episode, TetZoom Con, Alien Worlds, John's 3Dish T. rex heads and the state of their lips, a discussion on eyes and taphonomy, science writing and stupid rules (never use black, kids!), Freddie the seal and free-running dogs. And finally a main event: Thylacine persistence.John Conway & Darren Naish
 
This week in episode 10 of Zoology Ramblings we talk about an animal of the week each: Robi talks about the Sunda Island Tigers and throws in a bit of epic tiger taxonomy and palaeontology! I talk about the Laysan Albatross following an article about the world's oldest wild bird 'Wisdom' who has just had her 37th chick! For our UK conservation stor…
 
Welcome to episode 9, part 2 of Zoology Ramblings with Emma and Robi. This is a continuation from part 1 of episode 9. In this episode we talk about the Ebo Forest in Cameroon and the incredible biodiversity of animal life which is supported there. We also talk about threats to this forest and how public pressure can be important in lobbying govern…
 
Welcome to episode 9, part 1 of Zoology Ramblings with Emma and Robi! Apologies we haven't released one of these in a while- we have been busy with our other podcast 'The Biome Podcast'. Please feel free to check that one out if you wanted more regular content. This week we talk about neon-pink slugs which live on one mountain-top in Australia and …
 
In episode 8 of Zoology Ramblings, Robi and I talk about the illegal pangolin trade and the threats which both the Asian and African pangolins are facing. We highlight some amazing people and organisations which are doing fantastic work to try and conserve these incredible animals. We also briefly touch on the links between the pangolin and the SAR…
 
In episode 7 of Zoology Ramblings, Robi and I talk about the remarkable creatures that are Orcas. We talk about their distribution around the world, their complex social structures, the global threats they are facing and we explore the dynamics and the plight of our Orca pod here in the UK. We hope you enjoy our latest ramble!…
 
In the eight-oh, FU on Romancing the Stone and Carnotaurus, John's art, Greg Paul again, and Alien Worlds. And for the main event: the Scansoriopterygidae - dead ends that sucked at the evolutionary goal of flying, or, you know, animals adapted to their environment? You decide! TetZoo(m)Con is at on the 12th of December, save the date.…
 
In episode 6 of Zoology Ramblings, Robi talks about the enormous cave bear which used to inhabit the UK, which weighed up to 1000kgs and was entirely vegetarian! I talk about the Gelada monkeys of the Ethiopian highlands and how they have been driven to the roof of the world by humans and aggressive ancestors of baboons. Sorry we haven't released a…
 
In episode 5 of Zoology Ramblings we split our podcast into 3 parts with breaks in between each section to make it easier for you guys, our listeners, in case you don't want to listen to the full hour all at once. Part one ends at 00:15:28, part 2 starts at 00:15:41 and ends at 00:42:18, part 3 starts at 00:42:31 and ends at 00:54:52:10. In part 1 …
 
In this triple-A episode, abelisaurians, including Carnotaurus, and long discussion on soft tissue preservation. We also discuss the topic of a book Darren is writing, the grey popular and semi-technical literature on dinosaurs, and its impact on dinosaur science.John Conway & Darren Naish
 
In this episode, Alan Feduccia’s “Romancing the Birds and Dinosaurs: Forays in Postmodern Paleontology“ (no, we don’t get the title either), painting sauropods, reminiscing on Dinosaurs Past and Present (again). Monsters of the Deep and cryptozoology hoaxes. And finally, what we’ve all been waiting for: naked pterosaurs!…
 
Welcome to episode 4 of Zoology Ramblings, where we talk about the ancestor of domesticated cattle (the Aurochs), the virtually indestructible Tardigrade which could survive a nuclear holocaust, the very recent reintroduction of the Tasmanian Devil to Australian mainland for the first time in 3,000 years and the conservation efforts needed to save …
 
This week we talk about pine martens and their love of peanut butter, an eagle which may or many not have ever existed, the reintroduction of the white tailed sea eagle to the UK and the recent shark fin trade ban which has been put into place in Florida. The unifying theme of this mish mash of topics is that humans are involved in every aspect of …
 
In our second episode of Zoology Ramblings, Robi and I talk about 'flying' mobula rays, the high arctic camel, the pangolin trade, the re-discovery of the silver- backed chevrotain and why curlews numbers have been declining in the UK. We hope you enjoy...
 
In our first episode of Zoology Ramblings, Robi and I talk about sloths, ghost bats, research on African golden wolves, canned hunting and the latest badger culling licenses which have been issued. Welcome to our first of hopefully many Zoology...
 
In this episode, FU from our listeners, also, news from world of Darren and John: 'how to be a science writer', Goldenose, Darren’s ZSL talk, SuperDinosaur. I News from World of News: Persiophis, bats vs birds, tails of Spinosaurus, and our main event: there are not too many sauropod dinosaurs, fool!…
 
In this almost brand-new episode: News from the World of News, Asteriornis the wonderchicken, Dineobellator the velociraptorine, and a stem-anthropoid from Peru. In News from World of Darren and John, Monsters of the Deep, photoluminescence paper, and TetZooCon 2020. What’s New at TetZoo covers Occuludentavis, the passing of Clack and Carroll, and …
 
Enter the Time Machine to a time when Darren and John discuss topics from, like a billion years ago in News From the World of News. Topics include Nessie eDNA, a scathing book review, and PopPalaeo.John Conway and Darren Naish
 
We’re back! In our stunning return, in which we clearly still know how to podcast good and do other stuff good too, we discuss The Summer of The Gulls, the silk road and the rodents therein, TetZooCon and The Dark Crystal.John Conway & Darren Naish
 
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