PHOTOS: Man lives with seven snakes in Sulaimani

The snakes that Kamaran lives with and feeds are non-venomous ones and are imported from abroad.
Kaiwan Kamaran pictured with his snakes. (Photo: Kurdistan 24/Dana Hama Gharib)
Kaiwan Kamaran pictured with his snakes. (Photo: Kurdistan 24/Dana Hama Gharib)

ERBIL (Kurdistan 24) – For some, it is terrifying to get near snakes, let alone share a household with them. But Kaiwan Kamaran, a young man in the Kurdistan Region’s Sulaimani province, has been living with seven snakes for nearly eight years.

The snakes that Kamaran lives with and feeds are non-venomous ones and are all imported from neighboring countries and some from as far as Australia.

Kamaran has previously domesticated other animals at his home.

Kaiwan Kamaran is pictured with his snakes. (Photo: Dana Hama Gharib / Kurdistan 24)
Kaiwan Kamaran pictured with his snakes. (Photo: Kurdistan 24/Dana Hama Gharib)
Kaiwan Kamaran is pictured with his snakes. (Photo: Dana Hama Gharib / Kurdistan 24)
Kaiwan Kamaran pictured with his snakes. (Photo: Kurdistan 24/Dana Hama Gharib)
Kaiwan Kamaran is pictured with his snakes. (Photo: Dana Hama Gharib / Kurdistan 24)
Kaiwan Kamaran pictured with his snakes. (Photo: Kurdistan 24/Dana Hama Gharib)

Editing by Karzan Sulaivany