The California Mid-State Fair is introducing a unique experience this year, Camp Rattlesnake, a showcase that lets you come face to face with the world’s largest and smallest species of rattlesnakes.
The exhibit is hosted by Brad’s World Reptiles and includes all types of snakes and alligators.
One of the cool things people can do at the exhibit is to learn different facts about venomous snakes and see the role they play in the ecosystem.
Brad’s World Reptiles Owner Brad Tylamn said he hopes the exhibit will help people with their fears by talking about facts versus fiction.
People can see, touch and learn about the captive-raised reptiles, amphibians, and arthropods at Camp Rattlesnake.
“We like to show things that people don’t really like to see and mostly so they have good information if they see these animals in their backyards like snakes and other creatures like that so it’s just an opportunity to showcase things that people don’t normally get to be around,” Tylamn said.
The exhibit is located at the Edna Valley Barn and is opened daily from noon to 9 p.m.