Meet a 58-year-old man from Florida, USA, whose only passion in life are snakes.
Albert Kilian lives in a one-room house fully packed with slithering friends of all kinds, including a Burmese python, a king cobra and many more. Since his childhood Albert was interested in serpents, and by the age of 20 he already had thousands of venomous and non-venomous snakes.
By the age of 20 he already had thousands of venomous snakes.
He said: “Dealing with snakes is second-nature to me. They have been such a big part of my life so I just keep them around me. The biggest problem most people have with snakes is identifying a venomous or nonvenomous snake. It’s ignorance to kill a snake due to a lack of knowledge of how dangerous it is – even if it’s venomous it’s only trying to survive, not to hurt people.”
“Dealing with snakes is second-nature to me.”