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How to handle a python... carefully

PUBLISHED: 18:04 22 October 2008 | UPDATED: 10:57 12 August 2010

HANDS ON: Pupils with the python.

HANDS ON: Pupils with the python.

A NINE-FOOT Burmese python was the star guest at an environmental business day for school pupils Some 50 youngsters and staff from Glebe School, Coopers

A NINE-FOOT Burmese python was the star guest at an environmental business day for school pupils

Some 50 youngsters and staff from Glebe School, Coopers Technology College, Bromley College, Ravensbourne School and Bishop Justus School attended the event last Monday.

They learned about sustainable environment and land management at Bromley Environmental Education Centre at High Elms Country Park, Farnborough, as an introduction to a new environmental and land-based diploma.


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