Forgive me for not getting my wrist close in on this photo...

Aug 12, 2019,05:52 AM

Prairie Rattle Snake.  Still very dangerous at a small size.

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Nice hatband. [nt]

 By: Thomas_3 : August 12th, 2019-06:18

in that case, just for you...

 By: maverickmahesh : August 12th, 2019-09:14

I'm used to snakes as an Indian 😜

 By: maverickmahesh : August 12th, 2019-11:26
It is an highly evolved reptile!

Don't try this at home

 By: cazalea : August 12th, 2019-09:33
VIDEO AT BOTTOM FOR THOSE NOT AFRAID OF SNAKES We had a very similar rattlesnake in our office a few years ago. It came from the boss not wanting to run the air conditioning, so he propped the doors open and this rattler came in and set up house under the...  

Awful. Really awful. [nt]

 By: amanico : August 12th, 2019-10:10

That was unsettling Caz [nt]

 By: redcorals : August 13th, 2019-06:17

The live snake video?

 By: cazalea : August 13th, 2019-06:31
One time about 10 years ago my wife and I saw a snake in the road - big snake maybe 5-6 feet long and thick. He had been run over on his back but his front end, fangs, tongue & rattles still working and he was striking. She wanted me to put him out of his... 

LOL, I agree with you - there is a watch angle to EVERYTHING

 By: NickO : August 12th, 2019-17:32
I think you and I would be very good friends 😀

Wow... [nt]

 By: RG1 : August 12th, 2019-16:47

The only snake I ever wanna see . . .

 By: Dr No : August 12th, 2019-21:24
. . . is Kenny. Silver and black adder? True story: many years ago, I was hanging out at a local bar, and the regulars were talkin' football. I pipe up with my reverence for the Raiders. A guy a few seats away says, "I used to live in the Bay Area back in... 

Good one, Art. [nt]

 By: amanico : August 12th, 2019-22:36