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Old 07-07-2003, 03:20 PM
james
 
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"Susan H. Simko" wrote in message ...
You might want to check out pics of the Northern Water Snake:

http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/gaston/Pests...ges/nwater.htm

This is a snake that is commonly mistaken as a water mocassin and
killed. They can be aggressive if cornered or threatened. However, I
would strongly advocate trapping and relocating if at all possible. Can
you tell we're snake lovers?

My s.o. just brought home a 40 gallon aquarium last night to house the
painted box turtle I rescued from Club Blvd. He ate very readily so we
highly suspect he was a released pet. *sigh* Hence why we haven't
released him yet without further investigation. Anyway, the 40 gallon
aquarium is targeted as a future herpetarium. *grin*

Susan
shsimko at duke dot edu



Ck with Scott Cooper @ Cooper Pest Control Ral. NC he invented and
pat. an easy to use live trap.

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Old 08-07-2003, 01:21 AM
laurie \(Mother Mastiff\)
 
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Default SNAKE!!! for Live Traps

Ck with Scott Cooper @ Cooper Pest Control Ral. NC he invented and
pat. an easy to use live trap.


Thanks I left them a voice mail for Tuesday. I found a wire funnel type
trap for large snakes for $40, but it's nice to have more than one option
before ordering stuff.

laurie (Mother Mastiff)




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