– Oh my gosh, that feels so good. – Is he giving you a nice massage? (laughter) (curiosity music) – Hi. – Hi. – Hi. – Hi. – Today, we are meeting snakes. – Yes, yay. I wanna hug one. – The snake’s gonna bite us? – [Anna] Open your eyes. – Oh my goodness, it’s so cute. – So you still wanna hug it? – Yes. – You guys can pet her. This is Spotty. – What type of snake is this? – He is a Brazilian Rainbow Boa. – It’s so soft. – He eats a mice and rat. – He’s trying to lick me. – Where does he live? – So these guys, they do have bones all throughout their body. You see all these bones in here? – It’s heavy also. – What do they do for protecting? – Do you see these spots
on this side of Spotty? What do they kinda look like? – Eyeballs. – It’s a special kind of warning. Can I feel?
– Let me feel. – Soft, lumpy. – Soft, a little slimy. Gigi, you’re not really scared anymore. – I love that stew.
– How do you think he eats a rat? Our mouths open like this,
can you do that with me? His mouth opens like this
and has a stretchy hinge and can go like this. – Is that their skin? – And this is a snake-shed. – Eggs. (laughter) – I’m giant– – [Anna] Gotta be careful. – Bye Spotty.
– I don’t want you to unfree me. – Okay, open your eyes. – Okay. – Which one’s fake? – This one.
– Which one do you think? That one’s fake. So this is Milkshake the Milksnake. (laughter) – Good name. – What is that snake? – I thought this was a real snake. – You know what kinda snake this is? – I saw this from Wild Cut. There’s a yellow kind, and a red kind. The red ones are really venomous, the yellow ones, nah, they just pretend. – So you’re kind of right. This one right here,
looks like a Coral Snake which is a very venomous snake. And Milkshake is a Milksnake, which is a non-venomous. So can you say the rhyme with me? – If red touch yellow,
you’re a deadly fellow. – If red touches black. – You’re okay Jack. – Coral snake apart from
a harmless Milksnake. – He’s gonna bite me. – Bye Milkshake. – Oh.
– Wow. – He’s a big snake, huh? – What is that snake? – This is Levander, he’s a Corn Snake. Okay, open your eyes. – Oh my goodness, it’s so cute. – His eyes looks so cute. – When you touch the
back of it, it’s like. – So yeah, his belly’s got
this really smooth scales. You guys wanna hold him? – Me first, me first, me first, me first. – Here you go.
– Whoa. (laughter) – He feels very smooth. – Where does he go poop? – So snakes, they have a
little opening right there between their scales, so
this part is his tail, if he has to go to the bathroom. – No.
– Bye, I wanna take home soon. – Open your eyes.
– It’s a Boa. – The same kind of snake.
– Holy cow.
– Yeah, this is also a Banana Snake. – That is big. – Oh that snake is adorable. – We got double snake. These guys are Ball Pythons. – Why do they call it Ball Python? – So they’re called Ball Pythons
because if they get scared, they’ll tuck their head into
the middle of their body and wrap around it like a helmet, to protect themselves. – He’s saying bye bye. – He’s a wiggly snake today.
– He’s heavy. – Snakes. – but you can see their tongues. – Is this a boy or a girl? – So Monty is a boy. – But how do you know this one’s a boy? – [Anna] It’s hard to tell. – But how do you know? – [Anna] We have to look
for different parts. – Are they poisonous? – These guys are not
venomous or poisonous. – Do snakes eat other snakes? – There are some kinds of
snakes that eat other snake. – Feels kinda cold. – [Anna] Is he kinda heavy? – Yeah. – Do you like my new scarf? – I think your scarf could be alive. – Hope I’m not holding his booty. I wish. – Do you wanna try holding him? – It likes my shirt. (laughter) He’s going straight. – Bye. – Bye.
– Bye Monty. – Thank you for watching
HiHo Petting Zoo Snakes. – I love a snake. – Don’t forget to subscribe. See you later. (curiosity music)