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Some people just do not share our love of snakes. http://bit.ly/20Ht4sC
Some folks have a phobia of snakes… and then there’s this guy, whose wife just brought home a baby ball python In a YouTube video posted by “America’s Funniest Home Videos,” the wife attempts to introduce her husband to the new pet, and while it appears the man wants to overcome his fear of snakes, it …
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Goode's Thornscrub Tortoise is a new species of desert tortoise has been discovered and described.
Goode's thornscrub tortoise lives in thorn scrub and tropical deciduous forests.
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Someone traveling through the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority train station in Philadelphia dumped a live ball python in a trash can this morning.
A ball python was found in a trash can in Philadelphia's SEPTA train station.
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Sometimes, humanity disgusts me. Glad the kiddo is alive.
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An entry in the Doodle 4 Google art contest features all reptiles! The entry features the word "Google" using the forms of several reptiles, including a lizard, tortoise, turtle, Iguana and two snakes. Lets pull together and make this reptile lover's entry a winner!
Let's vote so Lucas Schild's reptile entry gets onto the Google home page
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Do you live in or near Fort Wayne, Indiana? The Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo is looking for folks who can volunteer their time to help count frogs and toads in northern Indiana.
FrogWatch USA is hosting a nationwide frog counting endeavor to help scientists protect frogs and toads
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The latest viral reptile photo comes out of Australia and features a heath monitor chomping down on a venomous tiger snake.
An officer with the Department of Parks and Wildlife in Western Australia captured this photo of a heath monitor chomping down on a venomous tiger snake.
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The 2016 Python Challenge has officially ended, and although the official counts won’t be announced until later, early results reflect that more than 100 invasive Burmese pythons were captured during the month long hunt.
Florida holds a python hunt every two years to educate folks about invasive species.
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Fashion designers Mathieu Mirano decided to present his couture with a desert inspired theme at New York Fashion Week. A pair of sulcata tortoises were alongside his models. Mirano probably envisioned the tortoises just walking around the models with the focus on his collection, but a male tortoise had other ideas as he decided to mount the female.
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An Australian snake breeder got quite the surprise last week when a clutch of 10 coastal carpet pythons hatched and one of the eggs pipped with two heads.
An Australian snake breeder was surprised when a two-headed coastal carpet python hatched out of a clutch of 10 eggs.
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Some folks in Argentina are turning to frogs and toads and placing them around their homes in an effort to stop mosquitoes from biting them and potentially giving them the Zika virus.
Tadpoles of the Western spadefoot toad (Spea hammondii) have been shown to eat mosquito larvae, but not necessarily the larvae of the Aedes aegypti mosquito
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Toowoomba Snake Catchers of Queensland was called in to clear a snake from a garage. Turns out there were two snakes! A venomous small eyed snake was in the process of eating a smaller small eyed snake and it was captured on video!
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Heads up Oklahoma! The city of Norman, Okla. wants to enact a new ordinance that specifically bans anacondas, boa constrictors, and pythons from the city. We've got the details.
The city of Norman, Okla., is considering whether to ban pythons and boa constrictors
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