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    Animals up for adoption at the November MHS meeting.

    The MHS (Minnesota Herpetological Society) is meeting again tonight and as usual there will be many animals available to be adopted.

    At last count, there will be three ball pythons including a spider ball, a coastal carpet python (a very nice looking animal) Several bearded dragons, a green iguana, a very nice looking adult red footed tortoise (male) a small sulcata tortoise and about a dozen red eared sliders. And of course, several animals that have been available in the past but did not find homes and have been cared for by foster families will be returning this month. There is no fee for adopting an animal, but of course donations are always welcome.

    In order to be eligible to adopt a reptile or amphibian from the MHS you must be a member and you must be present. You can join at the meeting if you like, the dues are $20.00 a year. The meeting takes place at Borlaug hall room 335 on the U of M Saint Paul campus Friday November 7th at 6:30pm. (1991 Upper Buford Circle Saint Paul MN)

    For more info see - http://www.mnherpsoc.com/
    Last edited by MarkS; 11-07-2014 at 01:25 PM.
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