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Resort Extends Hospitality to Rare, Endangered Species

February 05, 1989

T.s. Tetrataenia, who has lived on a 107-acre site near San Francisco for years, will be accommodated at the $80-million Mori Point Resort Golf Course Hotel and Conference Center planned there. The property is one of the last remaining habitats of tetrataenia, also known as a rare and endangered species of non-poisonous snake.

Consulting with world-famous herpetologist, Samuel McGinnis, Florida-based Team Plan Inc. will incorporate habitat mounds for the snake in the overall design.

Los Angeles firms involved in the project are: WZMH Architects; Richard Pedroza Associates, hotel planners and designers, and the SWA Group, landscape architects.

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