Ernie Brown Jr., left, known as Animal Planet's "Turtleman," and his right-hand man, Neal James, star in Animal Planet's TV series Call of the Wildman.
Ernie Brown Jr., left, known as Animal Planet's "Turtleman," and his right-hand man, Neal James, star in Animal Planet's TV series Call of the Wildman. Lebanon Tourist & Convention Commission/McClatchy-Tribune
Ernie Brown Jr., left, known as Animal Planet's "Turtleman," and his right-hand man, Neal James, star in Animal Planet's TV series Call of the Wildman. Lebanon Tourist & Convention Commission/McClatchy-Tribune

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