Western Nebraska Observer - Observations all along the line - Kimball & the Southern Panhandle First

By Daria Anderson-Faden
The Observer 



July 28, 2022

Daria Anderson-Faden

Everyone in the Coleman family has their favorite ball python. From left are Mike with Zeus, Jenn with Roman, Sophie with Leo and Anna with Pennywise. Luke, 7, is not pictured as he was returning home from a visit with his grandparents.

It's a family affair.

The Coleman family – dad Mike, mom Jenn, and children Anna, 14, Sophie, 13, and Luke, 7 – have an unusual hobby and business of raising and selling ball pythons. The ball python is a constrictor snake, but he/she has no venom.

When you mention the snakes, everyone in the family gets a little gleam in their eyes and a grin on their faces. They really enjoy their snakes.

According to Mike, when people come over, they all want to go down and see them, "even those that don't like them want to go down and see them."

Most people ask the Coleman's "Why?"

"That is always...

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