Tongue In Cheeksactive
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Ray Tripp
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Kids & Family
Natural Sciences
From the gecko, this podcast is named this way because many reptiles have a bifurcated or forked tongue giving the image of the tip of each side of the tongue firmly planted in the respective reptile cheeks. This podcast is meant to be two cheeky, educational, humorous and we may even speak with a forked tongue. Subjects include import, export, breeding, bioactive vivarium natural enclosures, habitats, travel, investments, cold blooded animals and much more!
Check out that awesome tongue texture on the Caiman lizard, (Dracaena guianensis).
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7 Available Episodes (7 Total)Average duration: 00:20:29
Jan 07 | 00:13:42
Dither Fish
Oct 13 | 00:31:16
Giant African Assassin Bugs are killer!
Sep 01 | 00:18:27
Crocodile Tears
Aug 18 | 00:09:06
Jul 31 | 00:42:40
A Midsummer Herper's Dream
May 06 | 00:21:13
Axolotl Amphibian Adventure
Feb 26 | 00:07:00
Inaugural Tongue in Cheeks Podcast
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