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Grand Prairie Bull Snakes


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Posted by kw on May 27, 2000 at 15:06:23:

South Grand Prairie (like most of the Metroplex) is growing up quickly. Already this year, a number of snakes have been brought to me for identification by the local animal control. I was surprised to see that, among them, are a considerable number of large, docile (as one can be) bullsnakes. The future of these guys is not good in this area, as many of them have already been killed when brought to me. I am not a fan of relocating an animal more than a few miles (20 miles at most)from its original location, and since this would only be putting off the inevitable, it was suggested to me that maybe some local herp society members may be willing to provide good homes. Let me know through this forum or email if you mat be interested. Later, KW


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