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  1. Wow, for a moment there I thought it was a two-headed snake! Posted one year ago
    1. That would've been quite a find! The sticks and leaves in the foreground are in a nearly perfect spot to make it look like one snake... wish I would've noticed that when I was there - I would've taken some time to try and take a slightly better optical illusion shot to make it look even more like one snake. Posted one year ago
      1. Haha I know you would :) Posted one year ago

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The brown water snake is a large species of nonvenomous natricine snake endemic to the southeastern United States. ''Lycodonomorphus rufulus'' is sometimes also called the brown water snake, but ''L. rufulus'' is found in South Africa.

Similar species: Scaled Reptiles
Species identified by TristanV
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Uploaded May 29, 2018. Captured May 26, 2018 15:08 in 10 Machete Trail, Oakland, FL 34787, USA.
  • ILCE-6300
  • f/5.6
  • 1/1000s
  • ISO2500
  • 300mm