Reptiles bring smiles

The one-day reptile show held in various cities all over the country came to Navarre on Saturday.  In the pouring rain, Reptiday brought out the curious, the squeamish and the serious to the Days Inn Conference Center to see the reptiles on display and for sale.

Reptiday favorite vendor, Reno’s Reptiles, was on-hand to give kids of all ages the thrill of interacting with their reptiles.  From their monstrous Reticulated python, to the small Rose Hair Tarantula, kids and adults could hold and learn more about the creatures.

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Sarah, age 9, had a brave smile while she held the Rose Hair Tarantula at the Reptiday event. She also had the green anaconda wrapped around her shoulders. Rose Hairs are one of the most common tarantulas and are great for beginners.

Sarah, age 9, had a brave smile while she held the Rose Hair Tarantula at the Reptiday event. She also had the green anaconda wrapped around her shoulders. Rose Hairs are one of the most common tarantulas and are great for beginners.

Charley Martin, age 7, was excited to be able to hold a gray rat snake at one of the vendor tables. Rat snake and corn snakes are great first time snakes. They are native to Florida, hardy, and do not mind being held. Their even temperament make them less likely to strike or bite.

Charley Martin, age 7, was excited to be able to hold a gray rat snake at one of the vendor tables. Rat snake and corn snakes are great first time snakes. They are native to Florida, hardy, and do not mind being held. Their even temperament make them less likely to strike or bite.

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