Hey Kevin I was just wondering if we could exchange contact info.
I am really interested in climbing for research. I am currently a cert. arborist and climb a lot. I went to school here in Ontario Canada for Arboriculture and urban forestry. I am Looking more into this type of climbing. I am well versed in basic and advanced climbing techniques on rope and harness and would like to know a little more about how to get started.
Cheers & be safe.
Sure, you can find my contact info at my lab webage: http://schmitz.environment.yale.edu/kevin-mclean.html
Wait... so you'll take a bite out of "grandpa's stinky toe peas" but you need dragon hide gloves to handle the cotton ball? We need to work on your priorities my friend!
Glad work is going well. I'd love a better look at that snake skin. Any chance the head scales are attached (very low probability)? Can you take some close up shots of the underbelly scales (the thin wide ones) and the back scales? We might be able to tell if it was a squeezer or a biter.
Looking forward to the next video log!
All I have to say, is that I thought the snake skin was a big condom when it first flashed onto the screen. Why is it so see-through?
Fascinating haul. When is CIFITF Part 2?
Yale Grad Student.Canopy Researcher.Trying to keep it together.