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RE: Anyone read this about Baja herps?

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Posted by: rosybozo at Fri Jul 2 11:28:48 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by rosybozo ]  
   

> Not all species / habitats are created equal.....

I completely agree, and I would assume that any area where they hibernate in large groups the animals would be more vulnerable.

I should've mentioned this before, but I was really only talking about rosy boas... since this was where it was posted.

Of all the places that rosy boas are found, none have been collected to extinction as far as I know. There are places where they have been erratically, but by being paved over.
Lucky thing that the vast majority of rosy boa habitat is very difficult/expensive to develop.

> primarily on anecdotal evidence, but hey.... so is your argument.
Agreed. Totally just blabbing my opinion. I appreciate what you're saying too.


   

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