From Snake Yoga To Salamander Show-And-Tell, Kentucky Herpetological Society Is A Wild Day Trip For Reptile Lovers
By Sarah McCosham|Published November 03, 2022
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While most people shy away from the creepy-crawly, cold-blooded members of the animal kingdom, for some, reptiles are pretty much the coolest creatures ever. We fall into this latter camp, embracing *all* creatures, great and small. And the Kentucky Herpetological Society agrees. This Louisville attraction is a non-profit reptile and amphibian hobbyist group that makes the world’s wildest animals fun and accessible. Offering everything from snake yoga to salamander show-and-tell, the Kentucky Herpetological Society is a wild day trip for reptile lovers.