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MILK SNAKE FABLE

IN MEXICO, THE MYTH IS EVEN WILDER. THERE THEY BELIEVE THAT THE MILK
SNAKE LURKS IN HOUSES TO STEAL THE MILK FROM EXPECTANT MOTHERS.

Data entry tech comment: THERE ARE TWO MORE FROM THE SAME SOURCE.

Where learned: THE DETROIT NEWS MAGAZINE ; MILK

Keyword(s): REPTILES

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal

Date learned: 02-26-1967

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