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Wrapped up in learning

 Volunteer Don Huffman, 80, Seminole, a former Biology teacher at Boca Ciega High School, shows students in the 2014 City of Largo Summer Camp "Naturemania," "Monty," a Ball Python during a session on venomous snakes in Florida and how to identify them at the George C. McGough Nature Park, Largo, Monday, July 21, 2014.  Ball Python's are not venomous and are found in West Central Africa. "It's important for the students to learn a about the natural environment around them. So much of it vanishing," said Huffman.

SCOTT KEELER | TIMES

Volunteer Don Huffman, 80, Seminole, a former Biology teacher at Boca Ciega High School, shows students in the 2014 City of Largo Summer Camp "Naturemania," "Monty," a Ball Python during a session on venomous snakes in Florida and how to identify them at the George C. McGough Nature Park, Largo, Monday, July 21, 2014. Ball Python's are not venomous and are found in West Central Africa. "It's important for the students to learn a about the natural environment around them. So much of it vanishing," said Huffman.

SCOTT KEELER | TIMES

Volunteer Don Huffman, 80, a former biology teacher at Boca Ciega High School, shows ball python Monty to students Monday in the city of Largo summer camp Naturemania. Huffman visited students at the George C. McGough Nature Park in Largo during a session on venomous snakes in Florida and how to identify them. Ball python's are not venomous and are found in west central Africa. "It's important for the students to learn about the natural environment around them. So much of it vanishing," Huffman said.

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