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Georgia Reptiles and Amphibians

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Pictures of Myself and some Friends

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Myself with a over 4ft Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake

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Myself with a Monocled Cobra

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Jason Clark with a Canebrake Rattlesnake

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Myself with a baby Copperhead

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Me and a Northern Copperhead

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My mom with a Canebrake Rattlesnake

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Myself with a Western Water Moccasin

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From L to R. Chuck Hurd, Myself with the Timber Rattlesnake, Jeremy Southern

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Jeremy Southern

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Jeremy Southern with a Milk Snake

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Myself with a Florida Cottonmouth

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Myself with a baby Canebrake Rattlesnake

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Myself with a Canbrake Rattlesnake

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Myself with a baby Gila Monster

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Myself  with a American Alligator

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Myself with Howard Hunt ex-curator of reptiles,  Atlanta, GA. One of the few men in america to get bit by the highly venomous Black Mamba.

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My mom her first Copperhead

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Chuck Hurd tailing a Pigmy Rattlesnake

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Chuck Hurd with a American Alligator

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Jeremy Southern with a Water Moccasin. NEVER EVER DO THIS. This is a serious risk and I do not condone free-handeling. Always use tools.

Live and Let Live

All photos are taken by myself unless noted otherwise. All photos are Copyright 2005. If you would like to use any just email me and I will be happy to let anyone use them.

 

Disclaimer!!! Please do not do anything you see me do on this website. These are very dangerous animals and I understand the risk of working with them. The bite from some of these animals can easily kill me or do extreme harm. If you do want to get into venomous herpeculture please do as much research as possible about them before considering working with them. Also I would suggest getting proper training from professional before working with them too.