Ep. 11 – The Moment Right Before Animals Attack – What Would You Do? (Wild Chats Podcast)
Why are animals so mean? There are times when animals just decide to be a pain. That even includes our mascot Pepita who did her cameo demanding some attention. But what would a bear do with a cat or a simple duck with a dozen crocs sunbathing? The question goes further when you are swimming upstream towards danger like salmon do upstream and encounter bears. Worse yet, there are times when there is nothing you can do when a squid decides to go surfing with you… or fly!!!
Ep.9 – Animals Are Better at Your Job Than You Are (Wild Chats Podcast)
How would think an animal can do a better job than a human… There are real jobs animals have.. and only they can do them. Bees sniffing explosives at airports, cats working for the CIA, weasels working on pipes. A lot more could be in the job description.
Ep. 8 – Rampaging Animals & Adorable Thieves Of The Animal Kingdom (Wild Chats Podcast)
Raccoons are adorable… until they are not. What would you do if there is a “swarm” (Nursery) of them in your neighborhood? and why would an elephant go out of its way to destroy a truck? Animals have complex behaviors and emotions just like us. Many times, we can prevent an animal attack… but not always.
Ep.6 – Animals Playing Soccer – Dolphins Getting Baked! (Wild Chats) Podcast
Animals having a great time playing as humans do!! it’s incredible to see an octopus manage a ball better than a soccer player, but fish may take the winning cup against each other in an intense aquatic soccer game….
Ep.5 – Animals & Kids – Friends or Frenemies To The End (Wild Chats Podcast)
Children and animals, the best pair ever!! Growing up with a pet is the best, all the wild moments will always be cherished. Let’s have fun watching children and their animals interact in the cutest ways!
Ep. 3 – Animal Acrobatics & Their Crazy Wild Skills (Wild Chats Podcast)
How is better at breaking into a bird feeder, a squirrel, or a bear? bears look so big and cumbersome yet they are much more nimble than …