In this Jan. 22, 2013 photo, snake handler Saintilus Resilus, right, and 

In this Jan. 22, 2013 photo, snake handler Saintilus Resilus, right, and his assistant Renal Joseph are pushed in a boat by a young man who they paid to ferry them across ae river in search of animals to catch to use in street performances, in the countryside of L'Estere, in Haiti's Artibonite state. Resilus has scars from owl bites on his hands, and palms rough like sandpaper from climbing trees to capture animals. Haiti's snakes aren't venomous, but they have poisoned some relationships. His wife left him in 1991. (AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery)
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In this Jan. 22, 2013 photo, snake handler Saintilus Resilus, right, and his assistant Renal Joseph are pushed in a boat by a young man who they paid to ferry them across ae river in search of animals to catch to use in street performances, in the countryside of L'Estere, in Haiti's Artibonite state. Resilus has scars from owl bites on his hands, and palms rough like sandpaper from climbing trees to capture animals. Haiti's snakes aren't venomous, but they have poisoned some relationships. His wife left him in 1991. (AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery)
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