Snakes, turtles and many more reptiles were all in attendance at the Museum of Arts and Science annual family day event.
Families filled the lobby at the Museum of Arts and Science for their annual Reptile rendezvous event.
The event offered arts and crafts, a reptile show, a snake snack shack for adventurous eaters, and a collection or reptiles and amphibians.
"That rattle snake rattled at them the entire time and that is really the first time, I mean when do you really get to see a rattle snake and hear it," says Beth Cooper of Macon. "I have never heard one and now they have, so you know what to listen for."
"It's a lot of fun. It's a family activity and a lot of things for families to do, but also very educational," says Curator of Living Collections, Sharron Wilhelm.
Reptile Rendezvous ended Saturday but the Museum of Arts and Sciences have many exhibits open to the public, such as their Age of Dinosaurs exhibit.