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RE: albino burms in the wild

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Posted by: snakesatsunset at Tue Mar 9 07:15:11 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by snakesatsunset ]  
   

Not at all. Ron Magill first and foremost is a joke in the reptile/animal community. He is a great showman, but is FULL of B.S. when it comes to animals. He puts on a show for the media, cause thats what they want to hear, and brings publicity to the zoo. Other then that, he not an expert of any sort, just exactly what you said, a communications director. Just happens to know lots of media and puts his face whereever and whenever he can on T.V.

Saying that, Albino burms have been found, but not int he everglades, and and not breeding, etc. They have been found under a car, or in a back yard, recently escaped, or stolen and dumped.

ALL SNAKES CAUGHT IN THE GLADES ARE RELATED. Out of 157 captures that were tested, 154 were DNA related, as in sister/brother/mom/father not lond distance related etc. That was one large population. The other three were not related to those, but were from a different locality, and were related to themselves. But of course you will not hear that.


   

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