The youngest lion tamer snakes
The two-year Australian baby Charlie Parker - the youngest in the world, the tamer of snakes, lizards and even alligators. He did not afraid of reptiles and even look them in the eye.
the baby's father is in Australia Zoo wildlife. According to the father, his son the ability to make friends with the animals. "When Charlie was born, I did not have even a fraction of a doubt that it will grow a real ranger, - says the boy's father, Greg Parker. - Charlie was not yet able to walk, when I introduced him to his best friends - snakes. "
The kid started without fear to communicate with wild animals still in diapers, and in two years has helped his father, who owns a park in Victoria, Australia, becoming the youngest Ranger in Australia's history.
"To our surprise there was no limit, when Charlie went up to 10-pound boa Pablo and started playing with it," - continues Parker Senior. - My son is so deftly handles snakes, alligators and lizards, I have no doubt that he will grow a real expert in their field. Every day I am amazed at how quickly he finds a common language with animals. It's a real gift. "
"Ambient constantly asking us if we are not afraid to leave the child alone with the reptiles, - said the mother of Charlie Parker. - To which I reply: "To go against his father's genes useless." My son and husband - just a copy.