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Patcham High School pupils’ reptile day is sssuch good fun
1:10pm Thursday 18th July 2013 in News
Pupils at Patcham High School met snakes, bugs, reptiles and creepy crawlies this week.
On Tuesday two members of staff presented a collection of reptiles and creepy-crawlies to a selection of KS3 students.
The students spent half an hour learning about the animals and petting them – if they weren’t too hissterical, that is.
The snakes include a boa constrictor, a Russian rat snake, a ball python and a Kenyan sand boa.
Also on show was a bearded dragon, a leopard gecko, a tarantula and hissing cockroaches.
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