Yeh, my trouser zip broke again - sorry about that :D
Saw that on the local news yesterday, lots of teachers from my last school live in that area :rolleyes:
St marys island isn't even a proper island, although technically it qualifies, but it's only about 10ft from main land!
One thing that article doesn't mention is who the snake belongs to;
Missing snake belongs to X-factor star | KentOnline| News
WTF?? Lock the door? What the blazes do they think the thing's going to do? Flip the latch so it can get in to eat Tiddles? Jeez... and journalists are supposed to be educated.... Wait, this is Kent, I forgot. :doh:Quote:
Residents have been advised to lock their doors, close windows and wherever possible keep pets inside while the snake is missing.
Escaped prisoner snake eh?
Probably on a fight out of the country already!
Snakes on a plane?
The school I work at has loads of animals. They have lizards and they feed them on locusts. The locusts and and get out and there have been a few times that I have found a locust jumping about at the back of the PCs in science.
The school used to a have a tantranula, but it died and the caretaker wants to get a corn snake.
Such things would never happen in the commerial world.
Depends what the line of business they're in imho.
I for one wouldn't find the music industry, movie industry, game industry, or other various different media related industries 'boring', and these are all part of the commercial world.
But if you enjoy working with animals you could always work in a research lab.. errr I mean zoo.