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Corns in Florida?


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I am heading to Florida this June for my honeymoon, and my fiance and I are interested in doing a little herp searching. We've never done this before ever, so any advice would be helpful. I guess I'm just looking for any sugguestions on where there may be corns and how to go about looking for them. I don't think we'd bring anything back, but if we find anything really cool, then maybe. It's more of a "we're going to Florida alone, and we love snakes, and we don't forseee us ever coming here alone again so we might as well do it" thing

Thanks :)