Friday, December 30, 2011

CrocLog Podcast - Episode 8



It's time for Episode 8 (the real one) of the CrocLog Podcast, recorded at the end of November so we're pretty much back on schedule.


No interview this time, but instead in this episode Adam talks about his experience in the Philippines measuring Lolong the world's largest crocodile, Brandon describes the outcomes of the La Manzanilla Crocodile Workshop, we discuss recovering populations of crocodiles in South America and elsewhere, and chat about the implications of escaped crocodiles in Thailand. We catch up on the latest crocodile news, attacks, and a couple of recent TV shows.

Below you'll find links to some of the stories that we discuss.

1. Lolong measured as world's largest crocodile:
http://www.pawb.gov.ph/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=480:lolong-holds-world-record-as-largest-croc-in-the-world&catid=22:news&Itemid=131

2. Crocodile populations in North Santander, Colombia:
http://www.elespectador.com/impreso/vivir/articulo-311224-descubren-ciudad-de-los-cocodrilos

3. Escaped crocodiles in Thailand following flooding:
http://www.wtop.com/?nid=220&sid=2647679

4. Recovering population in Meinmahla Kyun Wildlife Sanctuary:
http://www.mmtimes.com/2011/news/602/news60213.html

Enjoy the podcast, and as usual please send any questions or comments you have to us. Please specify if you'd like us to discuss them during the episode. You can also join the discussion at the Crocodilian.com Facebook page.

1 comment:

Crash said...

Love the blog - love ya work too, rec watched a doco with you tracking 'problem' crocs in the top end ... a place I know well -

anyway, keep up the good work and all the best:

Crash from Garden Guests