Hollie who is originally from Cheshire is dubbed as the next 'David Attenborough' as the little girl shares her room with 50 tarantulas and many other crawling friends which includes cockroaches, snails, scorpions, and snakes. Hollie has even set up her own Youtube channel where she introduces to people her crawly creatures to bust myths surrounding it. The girl has now so many pet animals that she fails to keep up with the news of her lovely friends.
This brave little girl is dubbed a budding 'David Attenborough' shares her room with 50 tarantulas.
Hollie Greenhalgh, eight, appeared on ITV's This Morning where she showed off her impressive collection of creepy crawlies which include cockroaches, snails, scorpions, and snakes.
Going by the name Princess Sophie Pink on YouTube, the little girl calmly chatted to Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford while handling her pets including a Chilean tarantula called Ruby.
She told the hosts she started for a pet spider to her mom Rachel after seeing one at a museum. She has now got so many pets that she struggles to keep up with their names.
She explained: "Some have names, for the tarantulas we have to know what gender they are and have to wait for them to moult.
"I've kind of named them but there's too many."
When asked if she'd ever been bitten by any of her pet snakes, Hollie said: "Georgie has once bitten me... Lizzie has bitten me two times in a row.
"But you're more in shock than it hurts."
While mom Rachel is not a big fan of her daughter's pets, telling Ruth and Eamonn: "It's turned a lot into fascination now, but I'm still not 100 percent comfortable with them.
"I've just seen how she is with them, she loves them."
Hollie who is originally from Cheshire had set up her Youtube account to show people that snakes and spiders are not scary.
She told the show: "My mission on YouTube is to spread that spiders and invertebrates are cute. But my proper mission is to meet David Attenborough."
However, Eamonn thought little Hollie could do one better than meet him, quipping: "Hollie, you are fascinating, we look forward to when you're the next David Attenborough, and I hope you play this clip when you're famous!"
Viewers were bowled over by Hollie and her pets, with one posting: 'I reckon little eight-year-old Hollie's the next Steve Irwin!"
Another person added: "Hollie is a budding David Attenborough."
Another posted: "Hollie is a breath of fresh air. Clearly intelligent and passionate about her exotic creatures. It's nice to see some good informative news/information amongst the current rubbish that's out there!
"Keep going Hollie I'm sure you will meet David Attenborough soon."