Rick and Laila Porter started the San Jose Reptile Show in 2014 to fill the void in the Northern California reptile community. Their children, shown here at a 2016 event, hold an Albino Burmese Python, which will be on display at the 2017 gathering.
Rick and Laila Porter started the San Jose Reptile Show in 2014 to fill the void in the Northern California reptile community. Their children, shown here at a 2016 event, hold an Albino Burmese Python, which will be on display at the 2017 gathering. The San Jose Reptile Show
Rick and Laila Porter started the San Jose Reptile Show in 2014 to fill the void in the Northern California reptile community. Their children, shown here at a 2016 event, hold an Albino Burmese Python, which will be on display at the 2017 gathering. The San Jose Reptile Show

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