Snake Farm

A small village in the heart of China’s farmland has become home to millions of deadly SNAKES. Zisiqiao village, Zhejiang Province, China, known as snake village, has been breeding snakes since the mid 1980s when a 60-year-old famed named Yang Hongchang introduced snake breeding. Today more than three million snakes are bred in the village every year by 160 farming families.

A small village in the heart of China's farmland has become home to millions of deadly SNAKES. Zisiqiao village, Zhejiang Province, China, known as snake village, has been breeding snakes since the mid 1980s when a 60-year-old famed named Yang Hongchang introduced snake breeding. Today more than three million snakes are bred in the village every year by 160 farming families.

A small village in the heart of China's farmland has become home to millions of deadly SNAKES. Zisiqiao village, Zhejiang Province, China, known as snake village, has been breeding snakes since the mid 1980s when a 60-year-old famed named Yang Hongchang introduced snake breeding. Today more than three million snakes are bred in the village every year by 160 farming families.

A small village in the heart of China's farmland has become home to millions of deadly SNAKES. Zisiqiao village, Zhejiang Province, China, known as snake village, has been breeding snakes since the mid 1980s when a 60-year-old famed named Yang Hongchang introduced snake breeding. Today more than three million snakes are bred in the village every year by 160 farming families.

A small village in the heart of China's farmland has become home to millions of deadly SNAKES. Zisiqiao village, Zhejiang Province, China, known as snake village, has been breeding snakes since the mid 1980s when a 60-year-old famed named Yang Hongchang introduced snake breeding. Today more than three million snakes are bred in the village every year by 160 farming families.