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The DFW Herp Society did not help with carl's show.

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Posted by dumeril1 on September 10, 2002 at 23:01:25:

In Reply to: Actually this is becoming extremely sad... posted by Kenny Wray on September 10, 2002 at 12:27:31:

I would like to clear up some misconceptions. The DFW Herp Society did not put on Carl’s show. The society was graciously offered a 6-foot table to promote and gather memberships. This was offered to many other groups and societies. Carl had a paid add in our newsletter. The society did not benefit in anyway other way. Carl’s show may not have been 100% captive bred, but the honest and sincere attempt was made to make it 100% captive. There is a place for wild caught animals. Promoting captive bred also promotes conservation.. The DFW Herp Society attended Carl’s show just for this reason. Herpetoculture is part of the society but not an overwhelming part. This month speaker is giving a presentation of the Brazos Water snake. I hope this helps a little and does not come off as argumentative. I just wanted to point out the facts.
Mark Pyle

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