They're distributed here mostly in rural areas far less frequented by "man", and where prey is more available, but wherever they are, they're a blessing that few appreciate since before we invited a different small predator into our midst.
hint: Cats purr... Reptiles don't. in any case, they're considered beneficial so lots of us allow them to go their way unchallenged and unmolested.--@<-points @ snake
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