Your teacher's aunt, the famous herpetologist Professor Slither, just returned from one of her adventures and brought back a treasure to share with your class - four baby snakes! While visiting your class, she receives an emergency phone call asking her to come help take care of a frog invasion in a remote African village. In a panic, she hands the snakes to your teacher and tells her to take care of them until she returns.

Your teacher, being a quick thinker, immediately puts you to work. You have four new baby snakes to take care of, and each one is a different kind! What will you feed them? What kind of habitats do they need? Most importantly, why would anyone want to save snakes? Are they actually important, useful animals?