Reptiles visit Montessori

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff


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The Reptile Man was a welcome visitor at Whole Earth Montessori School recently. He delighted the upper and lower elementary students with his unique and exotic reptiles from all over the world.  Isaac Petersen, the son of the original Reptile Man, brought nine live reptiles for the children to see and pet.  First was the 45-pound tortoise, “Squirt” from Africa; then “Rocky,” a rock iguana from Cuba; “Larry,” a legless glass lizard from southern Europe; “Lumpy,” the alligator; “Bo,” a 6-foot eastern diamondback rattlesnake; ”Raphael,” a golden corn snake constrictor; “Sunshine,” a female golden cobra from Sumatra and a Burmese python from Asia.

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