Saturday Aug 09 2008 comments Annual Reptile Fair at the Placer Nature Center in Auburn By: Ashley Baer/Auburn Journal -A +A Buy This Photo Now During the Annual Reptile Fair at the Placer Nature Center on Saturday, Mark Davis, far right, a science teacher at W.T. Eich Intermediate School in Roseville, shows off a corn snake named "Big Daddy". Reagan Toles, 4, of Grass Valley, examines a giant tortoise at the Placer Nature Center Saturday. Reagan Toles, 4, of Grass Valley, examines a giant tortoise at the Placer Nature Center Saturday. Carlos Serrano, 3, along with his grandma, Barbara Grandstaff, both of Auburn, talk with Dale Glazer, who owns the Rocklin Family Pet Shop, about his Burmese python, Krakatoa. "We volunteer every year," Glazer said, who has been coming for the last four or five years. "We come to let kids see what they normally don't see." At eight years old, Krakatoa the Burmese python is 14 feet long and 65 pounds. However, he will grow to be around 25 feet and 300 pounds. This leopard gecko, not found in nature, is a hybrid of two other geckos.