FL’s Poor Regulation of Pythons Makes Daily Show w/ Jon Stewart

For those of you who missed it, Jon Stewart’s Daily Show featured a lead segment about Florida’s out of control exotic animal situation, in particular pet store pythons on the loose.  You can watch it at:

 

http://www.hulu.com/watch/63350/the-daily-show-with-jon-stewart-wed-mar-18-2009

 

Ironically, you know we’re making some sort of strange progress when the topic hits the late night comedy circuit!

 

 

King tiny

 

"Animals should have the right

to run if they have legs,

to swim if they have fins,

to fly if they have wings"……Gretchen Wyler




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