Wednesday, 13 September 2017
FOR THOSE OF YOU INTERESTED IN JON'S DAY JOB: On The Track (of Unknown Animals) Episode 77
Here we have the second episode of the relaunched webTV show by the Centre for Fortean Zoology, written and presented by John Downes and Charlotte Phillipson, their families and other animals. This episode contains: • We say goodbye to Syd Henley • Richard and team in trouble at Moscow airport • What is an Almasty? • Almasty makes nest in old lady’s garden • Jon examines recent lake and river monster videos • The beast of Dartmoor • Dr Max Blake on unlikely hybridisation • Introducing Colin Schneider • Do almasty plait horses manes? • Charlotte and the sea hares • Unlikely visitors to the North Devon coast • Battery chicken rescue • Watcher of the skies • New and rediscovered: Indian purple frog • New and rediscovered: New flying squirrel • New and rediscovered: New porcupine fish • The team says goodbye until next month
Posted by Jon Downes at 18:49
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