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November 1  Meeting - 2009


Our speaker for our November meeting was Dino Ferri.
Curator of the Herpetology at Jacksonville Zoo and Garden.  He brought a great slideshow from his trip to Jamaica where he studied the native boas.  Mongooses were brought in to control the rats and have turned to eating many of the wild life in Jamaica including the native boas. They are continually trapping to control the population of the mongoose. I think we all learned a lot about Jamaica.  It would really be a great place to go herping and Jamaica has no venomous snakes.




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