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When good snakes die

Heather Evans writes:
I just wanted to say that I'm disappointed that because of lack of knowledge and understanding, good snakes die. Why can't we just wait until they move on, or try to move them along? They eat mice, which I know many people are not fond of, and mice are harder to kill because they can hide in small places. - Heather Evans
Comments re photo 45394 Copperhead snake killed on Rice Addition patio

This story was posted on 2012-05-29 14:25:01
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