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  • Deion Jones 5, of Peterborough exclaimed, "they aren't slimy," as held one of the snakes at the Peterborough Town Library.
  • Kinley Moore, age 3 and her brother Wes, age 2 of Dublin held a cornsnake while their grandmother Janice E. Moore looks on.
  • Rowan McClusky 6 and her mother, Heather from Peterborough, were thrilled to be able to touch the tail of an alligator at the Peterborough Town Library.
  • Augustine, 4 years-old and his mom, Kristen Meehan checking out some of the creatures at the free reptile program hosted by the Peterborough Town Library.
  • Nevaeh Jewell, 8 years-old of Peterborough, reaches out to touch a small alligator at the Peterborough Town Library's Reptiles on the Move program on Wednesday.

Reptiles on the Move were at the Peterborough Town Library to show the community snakes and lizards.

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