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RE: Tamaulipan rat snakes...?

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Posted by: AllenSheehan at Fri Jun 1 08:26:06 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by AllenSheehan ]  
   

I think the broadband Copperhead range extends from central texas up into Oklahoma and even parts of Kansas. The few that I keep come from locations in Plano Texas where development have pushed them from there habitats. They are for the most part very mellow easy to keep animals if you can get past the fact they are venomous.

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Allen


   

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