TERATOGENESIS
NHS recruits snakes to treat depression

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Read the article here!

Really great to see reptiles appreciated for their positive impact on people.

Snakes are GORGEOUS and just watching and feeling them move is soothing.

All my animals play an important part in keeping my depression at bay, not just the fluffy ones.

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    This is certainly why I recruited my snake.
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