January 16, 2019 | Marcelo Carvajal

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Guest:

Marcelo Carvajal, a Costa Rican herpetologist and naturalist guide who grew up with a passion for the forest and its not so liked inhabitants. Marcelo currently resides on the Osa Peninsula, the most biologically intense location on our planet.

Hosts:

Captain Paul Watson, Sia Barbi, Jani Schulz, BB Star, & ThatVeganWife

Summary:

(1:34) Captain Paul starts off the show live from a bus traveling to New York, but still manages to share breaking news for Sea Shepherd out of Mexico as one of the crews goes under fire of angry locals. This has been an ongoing battle for the Sea Shepherd. He also gives a quick update on his current status with the country of Costa Rica and the missions happening about the globe for Sea Shepherd. Discussion of Japan removing themselves from commercial whaling in the Southern Ocean for the first time in history. The IWC can move to create the southern ocean whale sanctuary can now move forward. (11:36) Jana introduces our guest, Marcelo, Costa Rican herpetologist and naturalist guide who grew up with a passion for the forest and its not so liked inhabitants. Marcelo currently resides on the Osa Peninsula, the most biologically intense location on our planet. Marcelo talks about why snakes are important to the environment & the research him & his team have done on their behavior/habitat. (43:49) ThatVeganWife ends the conversation by talking about scientific evidence that the vegan lifestyle can have on reversing aging. #10YearChallenge

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