This is a special international episode!
If you're thinking, "Wait, didn't you just have an episode about snakes?", you are correct! However, I recently had the opportunity to go to Borneo (which was an incredible experience I will talk more about in future blog posts) and I visited the Danau Girang Field Centre in Sabah, Malaysia. There, I met Richard Burger, a researcher who studies the world's longest reptile: the reticulated python! In this episode, he tells me about what's it's like to find, tag, and track these animals and about what his research hopes to uncover. Give it a listen!
The episode can be found on SoundCloud here.
If you're interested in learning more about Richard's research and about Borneo, check out the video below! It's from a YouTube series called "Borneo Jungle Diaries" and follows the journeys of several researchers from the Danau Girang Field Centre.
As always, please leave any questions or comments you have in the section below!