My favorite things about the environment

When it comes to the environment, I love love love animals. Especially snakes, owls, bats, lizards, frogs and turtles. I work at a local park where I handle snakes and turtles and I absolutely love it. I have a lot of people that tell me that I'm nuts to like snakes. I have even been told that snakes deserve to be dead rather than alive. That comment completely floored me because snakes aren't here to hurt us, they're here to help us. And I wish more people realized how cool snakes are. Alright that's my spiel for now. 

Peace and love till later.... 

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Comment by Allison Hague on November 16, 2012 at 1:39pm
That's so cool that you get to handle animals at your park! I also love snakes, and agree that they unfairly have a bad reputation. Keep up the good work!

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