Mainstreet NS | Aug 6, 2013 | 9:15

Rules for exotic snakes in Nova Scotia

We hear a bit from a local man who worked with the python believed to have killed children in Campbellton. Then Jackie Torrens talks to Nova Scotia's Director of Wildlife.

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