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500 Snakes Surprise Construction Workers In Canada

Although the garter snakes are harmless, relocating that many of them presented a bit of a problem.

Mon March 02, 2015 - National Edition
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Construction workers unearthed a den of more than 500 garter snakes hibernating under rocks in British Columbia.
Construction workers unearthed a den of more than 500 garter snakes hibernating under rocks in British Columbia.

The television station WCPO in Cincinnati is reporting a sssserious sssituation in Canada: Construction work on a dike in Canada gave hundreds of slumbering snakes a bit of a rude awakening last week.

Workers unearthed a den of more than 500 garter snakes hibernating under rocks in British Columbia. Although garter snakes are harmless, relocating that many of them presented a bit of a problem.

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