Dim future for KL oasis


“HOLD it firmly but gently, and don’t make any sudden movements.” That was the advice I received when I posed for a photo with an Oriental vine snake.

Pretty good advice I would say as I had never held a snake before in my life. I don’t have a phobia of snakes, but that doesn’t mean I’m fond of them. So, it came as a complete surprise to me that I handled a snake (OK, it was a small one) on a recent night hike.

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