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Curious about our scaly Texas friends? Join a ranger to observe and touch a few live, harmless animals, including a Texas indigo snake and Speckled kingsnake. The ecological importance of our native reptiles will be discussed as well as the biology of these animals. In addition to the live animals there will be pictures, snake sheds, turtle shells and other materials guests can touch and interact with.

Where to meet: Group Dining Hall
What to bring: sense of curiosity
This program is free with park entrance.

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