Threatened snakes released in Florida

Scientists in early June released 15 eastern indigo snakes — a threatened species — into a north Florida preserve. The release of 10 females and five males was part of an effort to repopulate the region with the native, nonvenomous apex predator, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission said.

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