Episode 1: Bangkok Pythons and Gotham Whales

Q: How do huge animals get right up close to millions of people who don’t even know they’re there?

A: Water.

Whales are actually in it while reticulated pythons use the canals and ditches that drain Southeast Asian cities to access the local rats. We speak to Michael Hakim of Bangkok Herps and Paul Sieswerda of Gotham Whale for the very first episode of the Urban Wildlife Cast.

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One Response to Episode 1: Bangkok Pythons and Gotham Whales

  1. Vickie says:

    Great podcast. I stumbled on this while using Mr. Google to research reticulated pythons. I used to live and bird in Philly. I live in the DC area metro now and want to turn my yard into a mini sanctuary.

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