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Corallus Radio

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Corallus Radio is exactly what the title says; a radio show that brings enthusiasts of the genus together in order to discuss all things Corallus. Become a patron and donate at: https://www.patreon.com/rss/corallusradio?auth=Di8zc9wHI24PKBbK2o2c-rOhCSdnWqHW

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On this week's show, we invite Brian Fischer and Julian Garcia on to discuss the old days with Green Tree Pythons. This will be a fun round table with 3 guys that were into chondros on a heavy scale before facebook was created. Make... more

On this episode, we welcome Nick Gill. We'll be discussing Tree Monitors (Blues and Greens specifically). This is one I'm personally going to geek out on pretty fierce!

Keith has a very diverse collection. Some of you know him as the Godfather from the Short-tail and Blood world. But Keith has now started working with several different species and we're excited to bring him on a pick his brain with years of... more

This week we bring on Brian Barczyk to discuss legitimizing your hobby as a business, keeping a diverse collection, as well as some of his Corallus experience. This should be a very fun show!

This week we welcome Bob Guerriere of Ancient Reproductions on the show. We'll be dicussing Argentine Boas and general husbandry, as well as his well-known Maxx Pink Line. Make sure you tune in!

In this episode, we're going to have Harlin Wall come on the show and discuss proper procedures/protocols for quantining wild caught animals, as well as how to properly introduce them into your collections. With the influx of Corallus coming... more

This week, we welcome Joshua Parker on the show to discuss Candoia paulsoni, Candoia carinata carinata, and Candoia aspera. We also touch on feeding and the digestive tracks of snakes. This will wrap up our off-topic sigment about these... more

I have had a few folks reach out to me to talk on Candoia, so this will be the first of a few off-topic podcasts. This week, I'm just sharing my experiences with keeping Solomon Island Tree Boas! Hope you enjoy!

After roughly 5 years, we bring Nick Mutton back on the show to discuss Corallus annulatus and Corallus ruschenbergerii! There aren't too many keepers working with either of these species, so we wanted to take full advantage of Nick's... more

This week we catch up with Forrest Fanning of Reptek to discuss his approach to keeping Emerald Tree Boas, running a Reptile Business, and his vast collection of Abronia lizards!
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