I am Serpent :)

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  1. flygning

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    almost looks like he's smiling :)
     
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    Oh, this one's nice! And with the tongue out. Good one!
    So did it just come to your porch. From somewhere out there?
     
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    No, he's actually mine, but I figured he fit well enough into the nature forum. The boy and I took him on a "walk", with me taking pictures and him making sure the snake didn't disappear up a tree or something.

    Thanks for looking! :)
     
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    Nice capture! The tongue is cool.
     
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    Wow, you can really take him "for a walk"?
    Sabine's snakes were out in the garden just ONCE, caught the sun and its warmth, and become so agile and fast, she quickly put them back into their home (terrarium).
     
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    I had the boy go with me so he could keep the snake in check. This is the first time I've had him out and actually let him do his own thing (the snake, not the boy), and he was really good. He's normally really easy to handle, mostly likes to hang out around your waist or in your hair. The bugger wouldn't exactly sit still, but he usually anchors himself to one spot so you can tell if he's fixing to take off or not :)
     

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