Swamp Boogers are actually natives of South Carolina, the swamps in the lower part of the state are perfect habitat for them. These animals are very shy and only move in the cover of darkness. Sightings are so rare that most people have never seen one and actually regard them as a myth. In 2003 a team of scientist stumbled into a small colony of them in the middle of the Sumter National Forest. They are now protected by Federal Law
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