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Video: Reptiles Slither at Milford Library

Turtles, lizards and snakes were shown off to children by a Milford police detective.

Children were wowed on Tuesday at the Milford Public Library when Detective Frank Gall brought in some of his exotic pet collection to show off to children. The crown jewel of his collection is a massive Burmese python named Elmer. Gall adopted the rescued animals so they wouldn't be euthanized. 

RIck George February 22, 2012 at 02:03 PM
Great job Frank and Liz as always. Keep up the great work!
Gary Jeanfaivre (Editor) February 22, 2012 at 03:41 PM
I couldn't make it yesterday, unfortunately, but was able to stop by West Shore when Frank brought his pets there for students to check out. He's definitely a real pro and the animals are awesome! I have to say the python may have been my favorite...
Mike R. February 22, 2012 at 03:42 PM
Great presentation...love the fact that it was so "hands-on." Detective Frank, his wife Liz and Animal Control Officer Rick did a fabulous job! Priceless experience for all the kids and adults who were there. Learned a lot of new things about the reptiles and was pleasantly surprised when they passed out passes for the Beardsley Zoo. Thanks!
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Suzanne Harrison-Thomas February 22, 2012 at 11:12 PM
A great big thanks Detective Gall, Officer Rick and Liz!! Educational and fun...the best combination! -- from your friends at the Milford Library
Frank Gall February 23, 2012 at 12:53 AM
Entirely our pleasure! I'd like to thank Milford Police Chief Mello for allowing me to represent the department in this capacity and for putting up with snakes and alligators making their way into his office (from time to time.) Det. F. Gall

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