This is a viper of some kind, I really should have taken a picture of the little cards on each of the tanks too. I do remember that this is the second most deadly snake on the planet. Joel says it is the Gaboon Viper.
You get to touch the shells of these guys, they seemed very happy to have their backs rubbed and scratched a bit.
Face to face with a American Alligator.
This was the biggest, or should I say thickest, Rattlesnake I've seen. But like the volunteer said, he doesn't have to work for his food much.
Black Mamba (the deadliest snake) and his tank buddy the Green Mamba.
Noah standing next to the well fed Reticulated Python.
Can't remember this guys name but I loved the way he was all curled up.
Very happy to be sun bathing! I should have taken more pictures that could give you perspective on how large some of these guys were. This one was very large.
The boys all loved the two-headed turtle.
Oliver mesmerized by the rattler saying hello.
The boys all got a turn at holding Rosy Boas and Corn Snakes. Here is Oliver holding one of the Boas.
Noah taking his turn with the boa.
Trevor is holding the Corn Snake.
Ahhh, Monitor love, okay, they were just sun bathing but it was too cute not to take a picture.
This guy needs a shave!
This Chameleon was doing a little dance for the boys just before we left.