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This black snake was climbing down a popular tree. I got too close
and it climbed up the tree into a bat house. I've seen other black
snakes in my yard, one was over 6 feet long. The good news is that
they eat copperheads.
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This black snake was climbing down a popular tree. I got too close
and it climbed up the tree into a bat house. I've seen other black
snakes in my yard, one was over 6 feet long. The good news is that
they eat copperheads.


What a beautiful creature, lucky you for seeing it. Where I live (U.K.)
the Ice Age wiped out almost all reptile and amphibian species except one or
two snakes and lizards and a couple of frog and toad species.

s.


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On Sun, 10 Jun 2007 00:13:50 +0100, "someone"
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"Phisherman" wrote in message
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This black snake was climbing down a popular tree. I got too close
and it climbed up the tree into a bat house. I've seen other black
snakes in my yard, one was over 6 feet long. The good news is that
they eat copperheads.


What a beautiful creature, lucky you for seeing it. Where I live (U.K.)
the Ice Age wiped out almost all reptile and amphibian species except one or
two snakes and lizards and a couple of frog and toad species.

s.

True but you do have a very pretty Viper species in the British Isles.

Vipera berus

http://www.naturephotographers.net/gs0602-4.jpg

http://www.sthlm-herp.net/galleri/ga...rus_hansta.jpg


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