1. Reptile Fencing: Preventing Road Mortality

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    Long Point Provincial Park (Ontario, Canada) is home to 19 species of turtles and snakes, of which 12 are listed as being Species at Risk. These reptiles frequently cross the road or bask on it for warmth within the park. Unfortunately, this puts them in danger and many are killed. The Long Point Basin Land Trust and Long Point Provincial Park worked together to make the park safer for these animals. http://www.LongPointLandTrust.ca http://www.TheStickyTongueProject.com You can read more about this fencing program on our website: http://bit.ly/SkIZ0y

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    • SAY WHAT?!?

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      You wouldn't believe some of the hilarious things we encounter while filming reptiles and amphibians! http://www.TheStickyTongueProject.com

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      • The V Files

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        Venom ... vipers ... vipera. What do a European Adder and a Deathadder have in common? They're both featured in the second episode of The Herparazzi: The V Files. It's not just about the animals ... it's also about the adventure! http://www.Herparazzi.com Episode 1: Urban Dragons of The Ruins http://bit.ly/t7fehp The Concept Video Behind The Herparazzi Series: http://bit.ly/sExXb9

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        • Urban Dragons of the Ruins

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          Premiere Episode from our new, full-featured series, The Herparazzi. Follow the Herparazzi team as they explore De Hoge Fronten, a collection of battlements that were built in the 17th and 18th century for the defense and protection of Maastricht, The Netherlands. There, they found the last remaining and most northern natural population of wall lizards (Podarcis muralis) in The Netherlands. It's not just about the animals ... it's also about the adventure! Episode 2: The V Files http://bit.ly/vJehFh The Concept Video Behind The Herparazzi Series: http://bit.ly/sExXb9

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          • Smooth Snake Special

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            The smooth snake, the rarest snake in The Netherlands, occurs in dry, sandy areas and prefers heather and the edges of forests. While out in the field, we witnessed something rarely seen. Watch our smooth snake video to find out what we saw... Because this is a very large HD video file, please allow some time for the video to buffer properly if you are on wi-fi. ++++++++++++++ The Sticky Tongue Project Team Candace Hansen & Iwan Hendrikx Camera Iwan Hendrikx Video Editing Candace Hansen Story Candace Hansen & Iwan Hendrikx Sound & Music Editing Candace Hansen & Iwan Hendrikx ++++++++++++++ The Sticky Tongue Project http://www.TheStickyTongueProject.com

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            • Mission: Wall Lizard

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              It's not just about the animals ... it's also about the adventure! In August 2011, The Sticky Tongue Project team explored De Hoge Fronten (the High Fronts), a collection of battlements that were built in the 17th and 18th century for the defense and protection of Maastricht, The Netherlands There, they found the last remaining natural population of wall lizards (Podarcis muralis) in The Netherlands. You can read more here: http://bit.ly/oKu3CZ

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              • Mission: Viviparous Lizard

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                It's not just about the animals ... it's also about the adventure! In August 2011, The Sticky Tongue Project team went in search of the Viviparous lizard (Zootoca vivipara), also known as the Common lizard, in Southern Limburg, The Netherlands. This very small and very quick lizard actually lives farther north than any other reptile species, with its range extending throughout Europe and Asia, and even north of the Arctic Circle. This can be a locally abundant species. Unfortunately, populations have locally declined in parts of its range, including The Netherlands. The lowland populations in Italy are almost extinct. You can read more here: http://bit.ly/oYAERE

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                • The Herparazzi: Concept Video

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                  Dr. Pimm of Duke University once said, “The Sticky Tongue is a quirky, imaginative approach to informing and educating about biodiversity and conservation.” Together Candace and Iwan from The Sticky Tongue Project have consistently changed people’s views of reptiles and amphibians from one based on fear and repulsion to one based on admiration and respect. People are left wanting to discover more about these amazing species! These two have hit the ground running with one adventure after the next, with momentum and excitement building after each successive adventure. This is not just a story for them … this has been their lives as they travel together, with audiences following along. This show will definitely have no shortage of fascinating and captivating stories and animals to share and this is a couple that audiences rave about, screaming for more. This is the concept video behind The Herparazzi series. You can learn more about this concept and our self-produced series here: http://bit.ly/vgLn5G Please direct all inquires to: info@TheStickyTongueProject.com It's not just about the animals ... it's also about the adventure!

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