Snakes are one of the dangerous creatures feared by humans especially women. Some women do not even want to hear the name snake not to even talk about seeing or touching one. The reason is very understandable because snakes are extremely poisonous. A snake bite can cause the death of a person when you don't know or have the antidote to kill the poison.
But some Zoos and tourist sites have removed the poison from snakes in other for excursionists to touch and feel it. Even with the poison remove, some people are still afraid of those snakes. In view of this, the Television Co-host on GTV Breakfast Show, Kafui Dey has posted these images on his official Facebook page.
He asked his followers whether they will have the courage to touch these snakes knowing that the poison in them have been removed. According to Kafui Dey, the pictures in this article were taken at Liati Soba Snake Farm in the Afadzato South District of the Volta Region, Ghana.
This is what the sensational Television host wrote on his official Facebook page:
"Snakes! Would you touch one if you knew it wasn't poisonous? Location: Liati Soba Snake Farm in the Afadzato South District of Volta Region, Ghana".
Some Ghanaians especially the guys said that even if the poisons are in them, they would be able to hold them, kill them and even used them as food. Some ladies said that if the poison is not in them, they can be able to hold them but they might be able to use them around their body like what Kafui has done in these pictures.
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