Two days Snake Workshop in Chennai
Fear snakes? How about a workshop to get over it by knowing more about them. India is has rich flora and fauna and it is our pride to get to know them more so we can appreciate them. This is one such 2 days workshop in Chennai on Reptile Management, Snake workshop. More details here –
STORM – Scientific Training on Reptile Management, a one of a kind Snake Workshop in Chennai, India. A pioneering initiative by the Kalinga Centre for Rainforest Ecology in association with bay of Life conservation is aimed at all those people who have taken the leap from abhorring reptiles to understanding and learning to co-exist with them. Be it novice snake rescuers, students, enthusiasts who would like to hone their knowledge or others who want to learn right and ethical methods of handling them, this comprehensive bi-series snake workshop is an open door to learning about reptiles.
Note: Certificate of Participation will be given on completion of the snake workshop.
Get Ready to See Real Anacondas in September
How many of us have visited the Madras Crocodile bank? It hosts many of the firsts and is an experience of wild life near Chennai. It provides workshops and also provides a night safari for the adventurous. Fun and informative talks every weekend about reptiles, snakes, crocodiles is an eye opener and it hosts the only underwater crocodile exhibit in India. Now it is in the news with Anacondas .. it is interesting to note the various activities of MCBT which we are covering in this news. Read on..
The Madras Crocodile Bank Trust (MCBT) will unveil their anaconda display in the beginning of September and people will get an opportunity to view the huge reptiles that they have so far seen only in Hollywood movies.
Wonderful Crocodile Bank
The Madras Crocodile Bank Trust and Centre for Herpetology is one of the largest reptile zoos in the world and one of the oldest non government environmental organizations in Asia.
Our primary aim is to promote the conservation of reptiles and amphibians on the Indian subcontinent, but our inference is multidisciplinary and extends worldwide.
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