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Snake ID


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Posted by Billy Pike on May 01, 2000 at 20:37:11:

While walking a back path northwest of Amarillo Texas about
1 mile from the Canadian River, I saw a snake sunning which
when threatened flattened its head. It was colored brown and
was approx. 30" in length. Any help in IDing would be
appreciated.
Thanks
Billy Pike


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