A rendering of the Interdisciplinary Research and Education Building at the UNT Health Science Center in Fort Worth. It is scheduled to be completed in fall 2018.
A rendering of the Interdisciplinary Research and Education Building at the UNT Health Science Center in Fort Worth. It is scheduled to be completed in fall 2018. UNT Health Science Center
A rendering of the Interdisciplinary Research and Education Building at the UNT Health Science Center in Fort Worth. It is scheduled to be completed in fall 2018. UNT Health Science Center

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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.)