Steve Scruggs, also known as the Snake Master, brought some of his slithering friends with him to Bass Pro Shop in Macon Sunday.
He taught children and parents the difference between venomous and non-venomous snakes.
He also gave his audience a few tips and tricks in case a snake decides to bite.
Scruggs says it's information everyone can benefit from knowing. He says, "It is very important that people understand just how serious a venomous snake bite is. If it doesn't kill you, you are scarred for life; your life is changed forever."
The Snake Master brought both venomous and non-venomous snakes to show his audience. He also gave those people brave enough the chance to hold some of his non-venomous friends.
Clegg Griggs from Warner Robins says he brought his daughters to the event to get a close, but safe, look at the snakes.
Griggs says, "I wanted to see the snakes in a controlled atmosphere where it was a professional holding them and letting them hold the snakes as well."