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Projeto Jiboia, Bonito
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  • People to come in beautiful one of the rides that I put in our script was the Python project for several reasons one of them and meet the snake up close and take pictures, talk with some guides before our visit many told me or you'll love or hate I was going without understanding but in the course of the lecture I saw the pq , people go to a lecture to see and hear about a reptile that for many are gruesome to my tb of course, but I walked away with another concept many say you don't like it but I'm going to expose my opinion I love Henry who makes or participates in lectures has to know that the speaker has to involve participants in the lecture with jokes otherwise the lecture would become unpleasant stay there just listening and hearing the didactics as he explains the perfect involving participants not to be that boring lecture why talk about a snake no longer pleases everyone but the shape and the way he does and talks eventually becomes fun and I assure you guys come out with another in a whole concept about the Serpent is a tip I loved the presentation and the didactics of Henry would come back again and took a photo with the snake and my fiance tb thing ever thought to do and snake isn't melosa
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  • With a lecture, we understand more about the snakes and lose a bit of irrational fear that we all grew up learning to have. In the end it is possible to take a picture with the Python of the owner of the site.
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  • Really what the propaganda of attraction says: "what means spends in delight." The best cure for ignorance is knowledge. For those who have fear, disgust or think snakes are harmful and evil animals, challenge to watch Henry's lecture. From there I'm sure your concept will change. A fully animated and interactive lecture aimed at people who don't suffer from bad humor. If I'm not good with life doesn't go.
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  • I liked it, very informative and even a little funny. Henrique is very passionate about the topic and knows a lot about them. His mission is to teach as many people as possible about serpents. The only thing I have to say is: don't go if you don't understand Portuguese. As the owner speaks fluent English, it would be very helpful if he'd also have the translation, even if on his television where he shows a few clips. He speaks very fast Portuguese and if you're not very fluent you'll miss a lot. My daughter was raised overseas, but understands Portuguese, during the show she was bored because it didn't capture her attention.
  • Bad Stand up comedy about snakes !
  • Muito bom.
  • Muito educativo
  • O local do projeto jiboia fica um pouco afastado do centro, usando a praça da cidade como ponto de referência, fica umas 13 quadras acima, um tanto quanto longe, mas no fim da tarde é possível fazer a caminhada sem problemas. A entrada pode ser adquirida no próprio local, quando visitei, custou R$40, um tanto quanto caro, não acredito que valia tudo isso. O local não é tão grande e existem poucos espécimes para contemplar antes da atração começar. Se você é uma pessoa que se ofende fácil, não vá. Durante a apresentação o apresentador interage muito com a platéia e algumas piadinhas não são tão legais assim, em alguns momentos me senti incomodado com piadas machistas e preconceituosas, mas enfim, vai de cada um. A apresentação é mais um stand-up, e isso tem que ser elogiado no apresentador, pois consegue envolver a atenção da platéia durante quase todo o tempo. Ao fim, você pode tirar a foto com a jiboia, não é obrigatório, mas o cara vai te encher o saco pra tentar te convencer a tirar a foto (não tem custo adicional). Sobre o projeto, fala-se muito pouco. Claro que ele fala sobre as serpentes, tenta tirar aquele preconceito que todos temos a respeito delas, cria uma conscientização ambiental sobre o tema. Mas não fica claro, se é que existe, o que o projeto faz para melhorar a sobrevivência das jiboias, como visa protegê-las, ou seja, acredito que é mais uma forma de que o proprietário tenha seu sustendo com a exibição dos animais. A noite de bonito não oferece muitas opções de lazer, então se você não for uma pessoa muito 'sensível' e estiver com dinheiro e tempo sobrando, acho que pode ser uma opção para passar o tempo.