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Is this a snow snake Pat??

Discussion in 'Off Topic Threads' started by The Rock, Feb 12, 2010.

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  1. The Rock

    The Rock Active Member

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    Appeared in a news paper in China? This is the small one the other one got away.

    True or photo shopped?

    Would give the puppy something to play with though.

    Rock

    Jim
     
  2. Beretta687EELL

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    This the antidote for Ontario snow snake bites. Bill Malcolm
     
  3. hoggy

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    I think it's Big Foots pet snake.
     
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    Many snakes have a highly venomous spit.
     
  5. AJKohler

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    Appears to be a Reticulated Python, and the record length for one of those is already about 32 feet. If the picture was taken with a wide-angle lens, this is a long one, but hardly earth-shaking.

    So to speak.

    Tony
     
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    Nice pair of boots hanging there. Bulge.
     
  7. folothru

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    this doesn`t to be photo shopped ,,they way they took the picture is the key look how big the bucket is in relation to the trackhoe, the right lens and the right angle can impress anyone
     
  8. Hoosier Daddy

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    I wouldn't want to try to kill it with a garden hoe!
     
  9. Uncle Sam

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    No way on a 55 ft. python........phony....end of story!!.....Uncle Sam, Pa.
     
  10. HC_John

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    Not that its not a big snake, I don't think its 55' either. Compare it to the bucket. If the snake is 55' folded in half means the snake is about 27'. The bucket is about half of the half of the snake making the bucket about 13', that just seems to be a big bucket.

    I have to agree with folothru.

    "the right lens and the right angle can impress anyone"

    John MI
     
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