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That would have to be the most interesting looking snake I have ever seen! Thank you for sharing :)
wow, that is amazing, I have never seen such a thing, beautiful spotting, great photos.
Even though Laguna Bay is extremely polluted, they are still surviving in it. From what I hear is that they are pest in their talapia pens.
What a lucky find!! These snakes are amazing animals... and I hear they are not easy to come across. Congrats on the find and these incredible pictures you got!
Amazing spot! Congrats! It is being featured in our PN Fun and Interesting Facts:https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=...And it is also being featured in the Center for Snake Conservation blog: http://snaketalk.wordpress.com/
All I can say is, "Oh Wow". Excellent!
Such an interesting nose structure, must be to breathe while in the water.
Very cool snake!
My new favorite snake. Thanks for sharing this interesting creature with us.
This is very interesting and unique. Thanks for sharing.
Very interesting nice spot :)
Absolutely amazing !
It's 100% aquatic, like a non venomous sea snake. While it's very common, not a lot of scientific research has been done. So in captivity they do not do as well as other snakes. Very unique and non aggressive snake and one of my favorites. Never would of dreamed of seeing them, until I got here.
What a crazy beautiful snake!
Lat: 14.47, Long: 121.20
Spotted on Mar 18, 2013 Submitted on Mar 18, 2013
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