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Buff striped keelbacks tugging on frog

Amphiesma stolata

Description:

these snakes are gentle and non venomous. But not for this poor frog which i believe is a juvenile bull frog.

Notes:

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2 Comments

ChimeTsetan
ChimeTsetan 9 years ago

thank you auntnance... it was indeed a good experience to spot those two snakes tugging on a frog. the one to the left won the possession for a time being but as soon as he entered the thickets he was ambushed by the loser once again. i wasn't able to click pics in poor light conditions in thickets.

auntnance123
auntnance123 9 years ago

I for one LOVE it. What a great episode to capture.

ChimeTsetan
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ChimeTsetan

Hubballi, Goa, India

Spotted on Aug 20, 2011
Submitted on Aug 20, 2011

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