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Snakes in piles of put DC-library in the short from the rotation

In WASHINGTON, D. C. A Public Library branch was closed briefly after the discovery of a number of uninvited guests: snakes.

The Washington Post reports that the Georgetown Library is closed on Saturday, after the staff noticed snakes in the vicinity of a meeting room. Another snake was earlier in the day and released outside. The library called pest control and closed until the construction was given the all-clear, re-opening Tuesday.

Spokesman George Williams says that the pest company found a single dead snake at the library of the treatment. The Post reports a member of the library staff suspect four snakes were in the building.

According to the DC Public Library the website of the library will have a meeting of snakes on Wednesday, but this are invited. Reptile Life is to provide the snakes for a pet show.

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Information from: The Washington Post, http://www.washingtonpost.com

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