LIVE VIDEO FOOTAGE 2010

5th December, Costa Rica. Brian Kubicki shows his carnivorous plants.

5th December, Costa Rica. Brian Kubicki shows green form of Oophaga granuliferus.

4th December, Costa Rica. Calling frogs for Adela Jones:

4th December, Costa Rica. Blunt-headed snake:

4th December, Costa Rica. Brilliant Forest Frog:

4th December, Costa Rica. Female Lemur Leaf Frog:

4th December, Costa Rica. (AM) Crocs waiting for a meal:

3rd December, Costa Rica. Black Vultures seen on the way back from the beach:

3rd December, Costa Rica. Baby Octopus:

2nd December, Costa Rica. The Weatherman


2nd December, Costa Rica. Weather conditions:


1st December, Costa Rica, CRARC: Cruziohyla tadpoles:


1st December, Costa Rica, CRARC:


29th November, Costa Rica.


28th November, Costa Rica. Aviarios, Becky with baby sloths:

 28th November, Costa Rica. Early morning at Aviarios finds Buttercup sunbathing:


26th November, Costa Rica. amphibian doorman:

25th November, Costa Rica: Bat in the loo:

October 19th. Manchester Museum. Jake and Samson Yallop visit for a behind the scenes tour and feed the chameleon:

October 6th. Manchester Museum. Phantasmal dart frog, Epipedobates tricolor:

August 27th. Sweden. Adam shows Adders being  conserved at Norden’s Ark.

August 24th. Sweden. Mossy frogs on display at Norden’s Ark.

August 23rd. Sweden. Adam shows Green Toads being  conserved at Norden’s Ark.

August 23rd. Sweden. Adam shows Mountain chicken frogs, Leptodactylus fallax, being  conserved at Norden’s Ark.

August 23rd. Sweden. Adam shows native reptiles being  conserved at Norden’s Ark.

August 5th. Manchester Museum  – Amy O’Brian feeds the Colorado River Toads (and Andrew gets urinated on:-):

August 5th. Manchester Museum – What exactly is in those mysterious boxes we get delivered to the reception desk?:

July 22nd. BBC  Natural history Unit Studio, Bristol – Tom Hugh-Jones with Giant Monkey Frog:

July 22nd. BBC  Natural history Unit Studio, Bristol – Martin Nicolas with huge Tarantula:

July 23rd. Bristol Zoo, England  – Jenny Spencer shows the giant tortoises:

July 23rd. Bristol Zoo, England  – Jenny shows the Gila Monsters and Green Tree Monitors:

July 23rd. Bristol Zoo, England  – Jenny shows the new Amphipod, a bio-secure unit for breeding Lemur frogs and Golden Mantellas:

July 27th. Manchester Museum  – Cone-headed lizards just hatched:

June 24th. Manchester Museum – rainforest exhibit update:

June 14th. Manchester Museum –  Movement within the developing Yellow-eyed Leaf frog eggs (Day 3):

June 12th. Manchester Museum –  Yellow-eyed Leaf frogs lay eggs:

Last time we bred this species was back in 2005:http://menmedia.co.uk/news/s/142/142250_rare_frog_bred_in_the_rain_forest_of_manchester.html

May 28th. Horniman Museum – Andrew shows the Pond Life Exhibit:

May 28th. Horniman Museum – Jamie Craggs shows the Victorian Aquarium by Philip Henry Gosse:

May 28th. Horniman Museum – Jamie Craggs shows the coral  exhibit:

May 28th. Horniman Museum – Jamie Craggs shows the jellyfish exhibit:

May 28th. Horniman Museum – Jamie Craggs shows behind the jellyfish exhibit:

May 28th. Horniman Museum –  Jamie Craggs explains jellyfish reproduction:

April 9th. 6.30pm. The North-west of England – Common toads breeding as the sun goes down:

April 9th. 6.30pm. The North-west of England – Common Toad reproduction:

April 9th. The North-west of England – a Female Adder:

April 9th. The North-west of England – a Female Adder: Please note:  I DO NOT endorse the disturbance or handing of Adders. These are protected and very dangerous animals and should only be handled, when necessary, by experienced fully-qualified professionals. The following clip was made for educational purposes only:

March 30th. Manchester Museum – Hylomantis lemur for Erik:

March 18th. Manchester Museum – butterflies released into new Central American rainforest exhibit:

Many thanks go to Ken Smith for his wealth of advice on keeping butterflies and for his wonderful image for our new graphic panel. http://www.heliconius.co.uk/index.htm. Thanks also to John and the team at my super local health food shop for providing a source of fruit sugar for feeding some of our new winged beauties! www.yourhealthfoodstore.co.uk

February 25th. Manchester Museum – Visitors take a look at our new horned frog exhibit:

February 8th. Manchester Museum – Adam explains some Monday morning duties in the vivarium:

February 4th. Manchester Museum – National Geographic Filming:

January 23rd. Manchester Museum – Darwin Exhibition: – Horned Frog, as first collected by Darwin on his voyage on the Beagle:

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