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Awesome video , thanks for sharing!!
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That was awesome to see, thank you
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Nice video Jim,
Beautiful species and landscape. Great program you have going there. The use of citizen since is great and lets the rest of us see a very cool part of the world.
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I'm sure that video has/will sway some borderline general public, outdoors people in to warming a little to our creatures.
I don't think you can find a bigger audience cheering on this project than here!
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Excellent video Jim, Indigos truly are a beautiful snake and would be a tragic loss if something ever happened to them. This is precisely why what you guys are doing in Alabama is so important.
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Awesome work, Jim! I hope to visit when 300 snakes have been reintroduced!
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Iconic snake and probably the top of the snakes I would want to see in the wild! Orianne Society truly does great work!
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Sorry I'm late to the party.
Great video. Educational resources like this are very valuable, and the quality of this one was great.