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Image of zookeepers handling a snake using a series of sticks. The image was probably taken in the Reptile House at Jersey Zoo, Les Augres Manor. The image relates to the arrival in the Island of three diamond back rattlesnakes from Oklahoma, via RAF Acklington, near Morpeth.
The negative has been scanned at 1200 dpi and can be downloaded as a high quality jpg file. The quality of the scanned image is dependent on the condition of the original.
|Date||12 October 1960 - 22 October 1960|
Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust
Les Augrés Manor
|Keywords||Jersey Zoo | zoos | wildlife conservation | Snakes | reptiles | enclosures | directors|
|Places||Jersey Zoo, Les Augrès Manor|
|Level of description||File|
|Creator||Jersey Evening Post|
|Access restrictions||Closed for preservation. Please view digital image.|
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