Hilton Head Island resident Lucia Mueller holds a nonvenomous corn snake during a presentation March 5, 2014, at the Coastal Discovery Museum. "It was lovely," she said. Naturalist Tony Mills, of the Lowcountry Institute on Spring Island, showed off several local snake species during a presentation at the museum.
Hilton Head Island resident Lucia Mueller holds a nonvenomous corn snake during a presentation March 5, 2014, at the Coastal Discovery Museum. "It was lovely," she said. Naturalist Tony Mills, of the Lowcountry Institute on Spring Island, showed off several local snake species during a presentation at the museum. Staff photo
Hilton Head Island resident Lucia Mueller holds a nonvenomous corn snake during a presentation March 5, 2014, at the Coastal Discovery Museum. "It was lovely," she said. Naturalist Tony Mills, of the Lowcountry Institute on Spring Island, showed off several local snake species during a presentation at the museum. Staff photo

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