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Posted by WW on January 16, 2003 at 03:19:32:

In Reply to: Uhh...the post says posted by Kenny Wray on January 15, 2003 at 14:27:10:

:Agkistrodon contortrix, LOL!!! You suck, that has to be the coolest species in SA and you have seen one and I haven't. Heard they are pretty common from a friend of mine who is Brazilian, the problem for me is to just get there. Thanks for the awesome in situ pics.

Yeah, B. insularis is one cool snake, and I consider myself very lucky to have had the chance to go to Queimada Grande. They are pretty common - the trips I went on stayed about 24 hrs on the island, and usually sighted about 30 snakes in total. That particular specimen in the pic I posted was certainly the one in the most decorative pose I ever saw, though...

Cheers,

Wolfgang


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