A Honduras milky snake sneaks on the glasses of its owner in the north China municipality of Tianjin. According to the conservative figures, there are at least 100 million pets in China, mostly cats and dogs. Furthermore, the booming industry is expected to quintuple in the following decade. However, keeping a dog or a cat as pet brings no more interest to Chinese younger generations. Some of them have shifted their enthusiasm to those odd animals such as snakes, spiders or lizards. Another figure revealed that around 100 thousand odd animals are adopted by Chinese people, most of whom are between 18 and 30 years old.
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