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"We found a Texas Brown injured on our driveway. A road grader had torn out his burrow and injured him. He was very cold and shriveled up. We brought him in and put him in a fruit jar with potting soil and a tiny bit of grass from the yard. After a few hours he was all warmed up and hairy again. We have had him six days now and fed him four little crickets from the pet store. It is fairly warm today and we have tried to release him twice today. We dump him out and he finds his way back to his fruit jar. We are thinking that he is too traumatized to set free. What would be best to do? We are willing to keep him but thought he would want to be free. He is about 3" or so. He's healthy again except for a small scab on one leg. Thanks."
"Steve Squires"

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