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June 20, 2011
I grew up in Cutler Ridge...going to the Serpentarium was a thrill and a threat (not a typo) for me as I have always had a deep snake phobia. I cringed every time I passed that big statue on top. When I went in the 70's it was out of curiosity: who was this great man who milked snakes and had antibodies running through his veins? The contributions he had made at the time were mind boggling to me. My mother had photos of her as a teenager with one of his snakes draped across her shoulders- I, of course, have none as I couldn't muster the courage. As an adult I am grateful for his contribution to the world with his endeavors. Without his presence in this field many lives would have been lost, knowledge never have been gained, and memories never even existed. Much respect. Thank-you Bill for sharing your lives with us. P.S. I still despise snakes.
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