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Reptile Radio
Reptile Radio has gained some incredible popularity within the reptile industry along with outside the hobby. Reptile Radio's massive listener base combined with some of the most well known herpetologists, reptile keepers and breeders as guests week in and week out, is what has driven Reptile Radio to the success it's had. Five times featured as a top program on Blogtalkradio and consistently ranked in the top 100 shows on Blogtalkradio. Tune in every Saturday night at 12:00am (est) Be sure to check back often for the "Quick Blast" shows during the week.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 29 ratings
Great
This is my favorite podcast station. I love how informative it is.
imsupertiredwowwhattheheck via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/24/16
Awesome Show!!!!
Great show for anyone into the Reptile Hobby!
J614Weaver via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/12/14
No1
Blbc is at the foreground of ball python culture !! The radio show reflects this !! The accepted world wide standard for forum/radio show
Jelly8110 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/15/12
Recent Episodes
We haven't had a blood python show on Reptile Radio in a while, and last week's guest Steven Tillis was kind enough to agree to indulge us in one for this episode. However,  as cool and interesting as those girthy mid-sized beauties are, we won't just be talking bloods. So strap in and enjoy, as...
Published 07/19/15
We haven't had a blood python show on Reptile Radio in a while, and last week's guest Steven Tillis was kind enough to agree to indulge us in one for this episode. However,  as cool and interesting as those girthy mid-sized beauties are, we won't just be talking bloods. So strap in and enjoy, as...
Published 07/19/15
At some point in the process, dedicated keepers of non-domestic species are likely to wax contemplatively on the environments from which their charges naturally hail. It's pure human nature to ponder such things; as often, part of the fascination of maintaining an exotic species is intertwined...
Published 07/12/15
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