No need to get rattled as museum opens Sask. snake exhibit

Not all snakes are in the grass — some can be found at Royal Saskatchewan Museum, starting this weekend.

Prairie rattlesnake among 9 snake species on display

The prairie rattlesnake, Saskatchewan's only venomous snake, is on display starting this weekend at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum in Regina. (Craig Edwards/CBC)

Not all snakes are in the grass — some can be found at Royal Saskatchewan Museum, starting this weekend. 

The museum's Snakes Alive exhibit features all nine species of snakes found in the province.

Among the reptiles on display is the venomous prairie rattlesnake.

The museum is featuring a variety of snake-themed, family-friendly activities on May 20 from 1:30 to 4 p.m. 

Here's one person who does not have a phobia about snakes: Ray Poulin, the museum's curator of vertebrate zoology. (Craig Edwards/CBC)
The hognose snake is one of nine species on display at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum in Regina, starting this weekend. (Craig Edwards/CBC)