Kent P. Scribner signed his original contract as Fort Worth school district superintendent in September 2015.
Kent P. Scribner signed his original contract as Fort Worth school district superintendent in September 2015. Joyce Marshall Star-Telegram archives
Kent P. Scribner signed his original contract as Fort Worth school district superintendent in September 2015. Joyce Marshall Star-Telegram archives

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    Animal Control in the DeSoto area found a 15-foot Burmese python, which got us thinking, where else would exotic animals be found in the Dallas-Fort Worth area? Turns out, the Human Society of North Texas has everything from pythons to chinchillas to bats. (Although bats can't be adopted. Sorry.)