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    Re: Snake Owners See Furry Bias in Invasive Species Proposal

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    There aren't even wild Iguanas here in Central Fla. I spend a lot of time outside, field herping in local state parks (some of which are huge!) and have yet to lay eyes on a SINGLE wild boa, python, iguana or monitor in this area.

    I have to disagree with you. Here in Brevard on the south end I have see dozens and dozens of wild juvenile Igs running lose. Not to say our most recent freezes didn't put a hurting on them.

    And too often in the government... or for any organization they interpret the results to mean what they want it too. The expansion to New York by 2100 by my understanding was based on the 3 1/2 to 6 mile expansion a year rather than anything to do with climate or anything other science. I may have missed something in the article though.
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    Re: Snake Owners See Furry Bias in Invasive Species Proposal

    Quote Originally Posted by Rakoladycz View Post
    I have to disagree with you. Here in Brevard on the south end I have see dozens and dozens of wild juvenile Igs running lose. Not to say our most recent freezes didn't put a hurting on them.

    And too often in the government... or for any organization they interpret the results to mean what they want it too. The expansion to New York by 2100 by my understanding was based on the 3 1/2 to 6 mile expansion a year rather than anything to do with climate or anything other science. I may have missed something in the article though.
    I haven't seen any here (Seminole County) yet. Have you been in Brevard long?
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    Re: Snake Owners See Furry Bias in Invasive Species Proposal

    When I was 9-12 I moved back and forth from Illinois and here. Been here since.
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