From left, Hunter Hinton, 6, Will Goodwin, 4, and Lynlee Kingsuter, 6, hold an eastern indigo snake during Terry Vandeventer’s presentation of the Living Reptile Museum at the Concordia Perish Library Ferriday Branch Tuesday. Vandeventer has been doing reptile presentations around Mississippi and Louisiana since 1981 to emphasis the beauty and importance of these animals. (Sam Guase/The Natchez Democrat)
From left, Hunter Hinton, 6, Will Goodwin, 4, and Lynlee Kingsuter, 6, hold an eastern indigo snake during Terry Vandeventer’s presentation of the Living Reptile Museum at the Concordia Perish Library Ferriday Branch Tuesday. Vandeventer has been doing reptile presentations around Mississippi and Louisiana since 1981 to emphasis the beauty and importance of these animals. (Sam Guase/The Natchez Democrat)

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Cooper Dutruch, 6, opens his mouth after Vandeventer takes out a corn snake during his presentation. (Sam Gause/The Natchez Democrat)
Cooper Dutruch, 6, opens his mouth after Vandeventer takes out a corn snake during his presentation. (Sam Gause/The Natchez Democrat)
 Vandeventer holds up a rat snake during his presentation. (Sam Gause/The Natchez Democrat)
Vandeventer holds up a rat snake during his presentation. (Sam Gause/The Natchez Democrat)

 

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