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Old 11-29-02, 10:50 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Something else they may want to do, is get the reptiles all tested for salmonella count (something our zoo here has to do before any reptiles can have any contact with the public). When the reptiles are all shown to be non-venemous, and not a health risk, it would be awfully hard for someone to say they were 'dangerous'.

various cornsnakes, 0.1 black pine snake, 1.0 uromastyx geyri, etc.

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