This is without a doubt the most redundant conversation I have ever seen.
I saw the name of the show and started reading, quite flattered you guys remember me, and then got caught up in the redundant-ness
I still lurk on the forum quite a bit, but dont have the time I used to in order to post all my photos, its just work work work for the most part. In any case, I am thrilled to be on GatorBoys, and trust me I run into all the stupid issues you guys mention from the other shows; misinformation, arguments among the cast about who is right about some obscure animal fact(really annoying when everyone on set is on tv as an "expert", arguments go longer than they do on here!) And even when we say things exactly correct and factually, editors can still innocently cut out some parts of what we say as they deemed it unimportant, even though it has great scientific importance for the species biology and identification. A great example is on a recent episode one of our guys found a Macrochelys temminckii
here in Ft Lauderdale, it must have been an escaped/released animal, and I know he mentioned that and how they are not found this far south, but that info was left on the cutting room floor, so now kids in Ft Laude will be going out looking for gator snappers! ....I could seriously write a book on the behind the scenes happenings
Anyways, flattered again that you guys remember my posts, and I'd love to post again if I even find the time. If you want to see what I have been upto herping-wise though, I still keep up my photography website, http://www.ChrisGillette.com