Boa baby, Black Widow Spider, giant centipede & co. from 19 September to 1st October 2011 in the shopping centre on wilhelmstrasse at the LUDWIGSBURG – arsenal square with the large reptiles and insects exhibition TERRA EXOTICA’ the WilhelmGalerie surprised the visitors and customers of the popular shopping center in the heart of the baroque city of Ludwigsburg at her fourth birthday. About 200 partly toxic tropical animals such as giant centipedes, tarantulas, scorpions, black widows ‘, the 44-year old reptiles expert Markus Sahm from 19 September to 1 October presents several times a day in the WilhelmGalerie bar “locusts” and corn snakes. His recent attractions are two five-month-old Boa constrictor babies that measuring only 40 inches and that will later grow in up to three meters long Wurgeschlangen. Read more from Ian Cole to gain a more clear picture of the situation. Morning brings some of his proteges SAHM hourly for kindergarten groups and school classes from the terrarium; in the afternoon, several General screenings are on the program. Brave are the crawlers and Creepers also touch and as a trained snake milkers all questions on the subject of animal poisons answer Markus Sahm. The visitors of the Center on a memory image with snake & co. can pose at the photo shoot on Saturday, September 24 starting at 14:30. If you would like to know more about Pete Cashmore, then click here. More at author: Hans-Peter Jahn for more information about this event the author stand you see e-mail available.