Snakes belong to the squamates and descend from their lizard-like ancestors. Some people are afraid of them, whereas others are fascinated by them. Except from the Arctic, the Antarctic and some permafrost areas, they are at home everywhere. In the cultural history and mythology they have played an important role. The serpent with the staff of Asclepius is still today the symbol of medical and pharmaceutical professions. The length of snakes can vary between 10 cm and 7 metres. The snakes used for my shootings are non-poisonous, and you can safely interact with them.
Photo shoots with wolfhounds are currently available near St. Gallen, Switzerland.
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