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YOUNGSTERS got the chance to learn about a variety of different reptiles when a show was held at Gerrards Cross Memorial Centre in East Common.
The Serpents and Dragons show presented an opportunity for children to meet and hold snakes, frogs, stick insects and other lizards.
Children got to look at the colours, hear the sounds and feel the different textures of th animals on sh
It was hosted by the Serpents and Dragons organisation, which provides the show at parties and other events to educate children about animals.
BRAVE: (Above) Lily Rigby-Walden, seven, holds a royal python; (left) Joel Oshodi and Desola Omonijo, both seven, with a snake skin; three-year-old Henry George Wright holds a spiny stick insect
HANDS-ON: (From left) Andy Lawrence from Serpents and Dragons, with Kim Pandher, seven, and Amayah Pandher, five, with a giant African millipede
;( ) Finnley Read, eight, with