Comments:400 pound python seized by wildlife officials in Florida
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I do not understand why they should not be allowed to keep thier pet python. I have an albino burm myself. I would be damm MAD
if someone took mine. I agree that you should have to keep the snake well contained and fed, but for someone to tell you that you do not have the right to have it, BULL.!!!!!!!!!!! People want to judge all snakes by what happens with one. Why can't you hipocrits understand that? So give back the pet you might as well have stolen from this famly! just my opinion THEPOORTIREGUY@YAHOO.COM —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 220.127.116.11 (talk • contribs) 23:32, 13 September 2009