Fairy Shrimp and Rainbow Snakes are Probably Extinct in Florida
Two indigenous Florida species may have gone extinct sometime in the past few decades according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. No one has seen any fairy shrimps or rainbow snakes in years. We don't want to make any assumptions based on their names, but, you know, Florida unfortunately isn't exactly known to be friendly to fairies or the be-rainbow-ed.
"The information presented by petitioners as well as information in our files suggests that the species are already extinct," says a report published by the Federal Registry a ccording to the AP .
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