Every year at school we'd have a man named Ram Chandra would bring his snakes and teach us about the deadly snakes that were around us and how to treat snake bites. I loved to see his show.
I learned that the biggest of all snakes was the anaconda. That REALLY got my attention. I have watched any documentary I can find that features snakes or the beautiful anaconda.
Today I attended a fun 'Baby Animal Days' where you can see cute baby pigs and goats and bunnies and chicks etc. There were even reptiles on display. In the centre of the activities was an area where they would have demonstrations. When we arrived they were shearing sheep and up next there would be a reptile show.
We watched a little of the sheep shearing. I had seen sheep being sheared many times growing up so I didn't need to see too much of it. Then we were off to ooo and ahhhh over the piglets, kids and calves.
By this time the shearing was done and the reptile show would soon begin. I went and sat right up front. He brought out beautiful African land tortoise and iguanas. Then he brought out a small crocodile and a larger alligator.
Then it happened. He brought out a beautiful big snake. It was a GREEN ANACONDA!
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