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Congratulations! Awesome snake
Congratulations Mitch, your spotting is featured in the Project Noah blog today! http://blog.projectnoah.org/post/3165648...
Thanks ,Mitch Ray!
there is a better way. it's important to keep your distance if you don't know what you're doing, and to use a good pair of snake tongs for handling any venomous snakes.
of bothers me when the head of a rattle snake has to cut off! there should be a better way!http://youtu.be/53NP-xHOgvE
great pic! lovely creature. i don't see myself having the courage to take the pic of a snake. what for some reason it jumps at me?
I've been there too many times to count. I try to have one with me wherever I go now.
Nice spotting and pictures. I was on a Spring Break in TX in 2006 helping another grad student collect cottonmouths for his genetics study, and I saw just one coral snake and of course, was without my camera. :(
Lat: 31.85, Long: -91.66
Spotted on Apr 12, 2008 Submitted on Apr 12, 2011
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