Snake Master

Genre: Biography • Documentary | 44:18

Age Description: U - Suitable For All


Story of a snake catcher who is rescuing the deadly yet beautiful reptiles from last 30 years. We closely follow his journey as we go with him on the snake rescuing mission.

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