“It tickles,” says Katy Penwell, as a corn snake’s tail goes down her shirt at The Reptile Zoo in Monroe. Husband Justin has a ball python around his neck while their son Alexander, 2, simply has a tiger on his top.
“It tickles,” says Katy Penwell, as a corn snake’s tail goes down her shirt at The Reptile Zoo in Monroe. Husband Justin has a ball python around his neck while their son Alexander, 2, simply has a tiger on his top. Alan Berner The Seattle Times
“It tickles,” says Katy Penwell, as a corn snake’s tail goes down her shirt at The Reptile Zoo in Monroe. Husband Justin has a ball python around his neck while their son Alexander, 2, simply has a tiger on his top. Alan Berner The Seattle Times

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Humans, reptiles get up close and personal at zoo in Monroe

April 03, 2016 4:44 PM

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