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Published: Thursday, February 13, 2014, 12:01 a.m.

Rapt attention for reptiles in Monroe

  • Caden Shattuck, 5, (center) checks out a desert rosy boa named Pedro, held by his cousin Abbey Mann, 14, as Carolyn Mann (right) holds Severus, a ball...

    Genna Martin / The Herald

    Caden Shattuck, 5, (center) checks out a desert rosy boa named Pedro, held by his cousin Abbey Mann, 14, as Carolyn Mann (right) holds Severus, a ball python, on Wednesday afternoon at the Reptile Zoo in Monroe.
Caden Shattuck, 5, (center) checks out a desert rosy boa named Pedro, held by his cousin, Abbey Mann, 14, as Carolyn Mann (right) holds Severus, a ball python, on Wednesday afternoon at the Reptile Zoo in Monroe.


Story tags » MonroeAnimals

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