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thank you all @Ava will add it ...:)
This spotting could go in the Hunters and Animal Feeding Behavior mission at http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/8463...
Oh, wow!! That's an amazing thing to see, especially to be able to get a picture of it. Too cool.
great capture HemantKumar,second pic is awesome,congrats
Great spotting!! Did you see if the snake got that fish all the way down??
Wow, amazing capture :)
wow i never think that a snake can catch a fish
Wow, get shot! I've also never seen one with a fish.
wonderful capture, I have seen snakes eating birds eggs, small rodents and even young birds. I have never seen one with a fish. Thanks for sharing your spotting.
a great shot
just at right moment !!!!! waw ! very nice picture ! congratulation
These images are awesome! :-)
great action shots!
thx S Frazier....:)
what a hunt !!spectacular :D
Nice info, Mandy and Hemant. Living and learning. :-)
@ Asergio,you are right but he slowed like this only. And interesting thing the way he killed the pray. he caught the fish n came on ground.
Awesome spotting!Asergio, that's an interesting question. I've seen my pet snake eat her prey (pre-killed fuzzies) the wrong way a few times, tail first. I always thought that was because she's always been fed dead mice and never had to hunt. She seems to have a harder time swallowing them if she starts with the tail end, but sometimes she does it anyway, even when I offer the mouse to her head first.
That is a beautiful photo, and it raises an interesting (for me) question: I know that snakes eat their prey head first, that helps not to be entangled with legs and spines. Do you think this snake will eat this fish from the rear up? It would probably have trouble with the fish's fins, if they don't turn to the front.
Fantástico bella imágenes
Lat: 17.52, Long: 78.33
Spotted on May 24, 2012 Submitted on May 24, 2012
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