Creepy crawlers thrill at library show

Adam Harris and a ball python entertained a group at the Scoville Memorial Library on Saturday, Feb. 2. The snake obliged by living up to its name and curling up into a ball. Photo by patrick L. Sullivan

SALISBURY — The Scoville Memorial Library was host to an entire menagerie of reptiles on Saturday afternoon, Feb. 2.

Adam Harris of Harris in Wonderland, a pet store in Avon, Conn., brought snakes, chameleons and a whacking big tortoise and patiently explained how these exotic creatures operate to a boisterous crowd of inquisitive small children.

He started with a corn snake, native to the southeastern United States.

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