Snakes have absolutely no sense of humour whatsoever! You could tickle their tummies; tell them jokes all day, both squeaky clean and luridly off colour, without enticing the least hint of a chuckle. The same can be said of most people when an intruding snake enters their home. However, as readers of Diary of a Snake Whisperer will discover, a combination of intrusive snakes and distressed homeowners provides a unique recipe for frequent moments of humour. "This book provides insights into both the world of our serpentine friends and our own humanity. In its humble and eloquent way, Diary of a Snake Whisperer embodies two of the most important things humanity needs to confront the enormous sustainability challenges that confront us all - an understanding of the importance of reconnecting with our natural world, and a jolly good sense of humour!" John Rainbird - Naturalist
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