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Meet "Disco" the Python from The Living Desert

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The Living Desert visits KMIR Today and introduces, "Disco" the Python to Gloria Rodriguez and Thalia Hayden.
Animal Handler, Heidi Leu-Hinkley, came in to show us this awesome exotic creature.
Pythons of one of the largest snakes and unlike many other snake species, they don't produce venom.
They can be found in rinaforests, savannas and deserts.
Many people like to keep them as pets.
They usually don't attack humans unless provoked.
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    PALM DESERT - The Living Desert visits KMIR Today and introduces, "Disco" the Python to Gloria Rodriguez and Thalia Hayden.
    PALM DESERT - The Living Desert visits KMIR Today and introduces, "Disco" the Python to Gloria Rodriguez and Thalia Hayden.
  • Meet "Disco" the Python from The Living Desert

    Meet "Disco" the Python from The Living Desert

    PALM DESERT - The Living Desert visits KMIR Today and introduces, "Disco" the Python to Gloria Rodriguez and Thalia Hayden. Pythons of one of the largest snakes and unlike many other snake species, they don't produce venom.
    PALM DESERT - The Living Desert visits KMIR Today and introduces, "Disco" the Python to Gloria Rodriguez and Thalia Hayden. Pythons of one of the largest snakes and unlike many other snake species, they don't produce venom.
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