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    Albino Burm

    Do you live in Minnesota? Have you always wanted an albino burm but now can't buy one from an out of state breeder because of the Lacy Act? Well, now is your chance to realize that dream. The MHS adoption committee recently took possession of this beautiful animal that is looking for a home, it looks a 'little' rough with some minor scars and nose rub, but otherwise seems quite healthy. This animal will be available for adoption at the upcoming meeting of the MHS on Friday the 3rd of October. You must be a member of the MHS ( Minnesota Herpetological Society) to be eligible to adopt.
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    Well tonight is the night of the MN herp society monthly meeting on the Saint Paul campus of the University of MN. You must be a member of the MHS to adopt an animal (you can sign up for membership at the meeting tonight)

    The general meeting is held the first Friday of every month (unless there is a holiday conflict) at 6:30pm in room 335 of Borlaug Hall on the University of Minnesota, St. Paul campus (1991 Upper Buford Circle, Saint Paul, MN 55108). Everyone is welcome to attend.

    As usual there are several animals that will be available for adoption in addition to the albino burm pictured above.

    For the October 2014 Meeting we will have at least 30 animals in need of homes:

    Several Bearded Dragons, a Leopard Gecko, a Blue-tongued Skink, a Savannah Monitor, and 2 Green Iguanas, the above pictured albino Burmese Python, several Common Boas, several Ball Pythons and Cornsnakes, a 5" Greek Tortoise, a 25 year old Japanese Reeves Turtle, and 2 Red Eared Sliders.
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