Getting reptiles for the party shows by artificial insemination.

How often do I, the snakeman get asked, what did you do over the last week?
Every week. I am sure you do as well!
Well if I told you I was entertaining and educating kids at reptile parties, you would probably reply with something like, well that is what I would expect.
But if I said I masturbating with my snake youíd probably think I was being rude.
Actually thatís what I do as well for a day job.
Here at Australias best reptiles, we play with snakes daily. Thatís the scaly kind.
Not only handling them, feeding them and cleaning them, but also the worlds leading wildlife conservation and research work with them as well.
About three years back I dropped a bombshell on the world herpetological community with the worlds first ever cases of successful breeding via artificial insemination in a whole swag of species of snakes and lizards. Yes I published a big scientific paper about it.
Now it happens most of what I bred was pretty common species, but the methods can and have since been used to breed the rarest and most endangered species of reptiles on earth.
It was suggested that the Australian government give me a knighthood or similar for it, but then it was pointed out that here in Australia only child molesting judges and the like get such honours in this country.
Anyway, what is most important is the conservation and welfare of snakes and other reptiles and wildlife and thatís why we do what we do, and even when the snakes do not want to have sex!
Long after I am gone, hopefully the legacy of my work and that of my staff will continue in the form of enlightened attitudes to reptiles and their long-term conservation and the many happy healthy offspring of our reptiles and their progeny as well.
A few years back, a fantastic snake handler and reptile nut by the name of Les Williams died of cancer. He lived about an hour west of Melbourne, Australia along the main Western highway at a town called Ballan. His legacy lives on daily as we do mobile reptile shows in Melbourne, Melbourne reptile parties and reptile displays with a Blue-bellied Black snake bred by him just before he passed on.
The snake has never bitten anyone and is a pleasure to hold. We use her and other venomous snakes to de-demonize them in our shows, kids reptile birthday parties, corporate event show education and snake handling courses and show people how nice they are.
My company is different to other reptile show operators in Australia. Our company is alone with hands on reptile shows that let people hold the animals. We treat them nice and make sure people do the same.
Most of our competitors run on the fear factor and demonize all snakes, belting them about with sticks and then complaining about how aggressive the snakes are after they have their bones broken.
This is their so-called education!
Now if I smashed your bones and then harassed you to attack me, would that really be fair on you?
All I can ask, is that next time you see a complete fool attacking or harassing a supposedly aggressive snake with sticks and tongs ask yourself at a reptile show or snake show, in Melbourne or anywhere else, ask yourself is it the snake or the snake handler who is the aggressive one.
All the best from the snakeman.