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    Posted: 14 Aug 2017 at 1:53pm
Like Suzi, my garden has a thriving slow worm population. They get everywhere even within enclosures. For example, the sand lizard enclosure (around 6m x 3m) has slowly but surely acquired its own population. Within the enclosure I have 4 1ft square pieves of roofing felt which the lizards bask on. Last month, when I lifted one there was a tangels mass of slow worms of all ages and sexes. By the time I unhitched my mobile phone for a piccie many had left but I was still left with this.


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what a paradise, Chris, just lacking a few Aesculapian snakes Big smile
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