Snakes

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  1. ShiftZZ

    ShiftZZ Funster Life Member

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    Any idea what this snake is?

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    Looks like an adder to me.

    Steve
     
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    looks like a Californian kingsnake, a colubrid, constrictor not poisonous. A non British species, I'll have it if you put it in a box.
     
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  4. ShiftZZ

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    The picture was taken in Dordogne..

    Ta

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    Dave did it have diamonds down its back???.that is a adder....Can you go back and check...can you take a photo from above please........You see......:Doh: there are a few snakes names I could call it:Wink::Wink::Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    Heyupluv Read Only Funster

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    Dave... you are thinking the wrong thing:RollEyes::Wink::Wink:
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    .....I was thinking something Like this..NOT VENOMOUS.... Viperine-snake.Natrix-Maura.Couleuvre-vipérine.France.
    Viperine-snake.Natrix-Maura.Couleuvre-vipérine.France.Roger Meek.
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    Cant help with more pics Mel, I just saw it and was shocked to see the dam thing in a tree.

    25 mins in the actifry should see it off...
     
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    Mmmmmm...Well Dave it looks like apple blossom to me...:RollEyes::Wink::Wink:
     
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    With salt or no salt Dave......Dave did Roger say he will have or eat it
     
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    A young snake asked his mum,

    "Are we the type of snake that bite people and poisons them with our venom, or are we the type of sake that squeeze people to death by crushing all the life out of their body"?

    "Well son, we are the type that squeeze people to death, why do you ask"?

    "Thank heavens for that! I have just bitten my lip"!

    Craig
     
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    Looks like a black and yellow tree snake to me :BigGrin:All I know is if I droped across it one of two things would happen 1 it would be dead or 2 I would be going in the opposite direction---most likely 2:Wink:
    Can't stand em
    Terry
     
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    think this is a whip snake, found central France area and often in tree`s, looks like a juvenile.
     
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    :Eeek::Eeek::Eeek:

    Our daughter and her boyfriend are in Carcassonne for a few days, let's hope she doesn't come across anything like that, she's bad enough with small spiders:Laughing:

    A few years back she phoned us from the flat one night saying there was a spider on top of the duvet, could we come and catch it?:Doh:

    "No" was the answer to that one, it would be a 70 mile round trip to remove the damn thing...........she spent the night sleeping on the settee instead of trying to get rid of it:Laughing:
     
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    You could ...well-B right B-well....pardon the pun
     
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    Not an adder, eye pupils are round in the picture, they are slitted in an adder.

    Its a European grass snake, harmless, unless your a mouse, a frog or very small bird

    Peter

    (ps spot the pun )
     
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