Brian Kristal and his group with Reptile Wonders' The Nature on the Go to the Lansdowne Library on June 23 to show them snakes, turtles, iguanas and other types of reptiles. (Anastasia Champ/Baltimore Sun Media Group video)

Some exotic creatures slithered and crawled around at the Lansdowne branch of the Baltimore County Public Library on Monday, thanks to the Reptile Wonders' The Nature on the Go traveling exhibit. 

"The show is here to eeducation the community more about the exotic reptiles which you might see at a zoo," said Brian Kristal, who led the event. 

Some of those animals included boa constrictors, snapping turtles and iguanas

"Our goal is to bring out 10 different reptiles and have them touch eight of the 10," Kristal said. 

According to the Reptile Wonders website, The Nature on the Go center does birthday parties, scout programs, and school and corporate events with the aim of raising awareness of the environment and biological diversity.