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Eastern Hognose Snake
Eastern Hognose Snake (Heterodon platyrhinos: Colubridae) Head flared, mildly venomous. 51-84 cm (20.1-33.1 in) with a record of 115.6 cm (45.5 in) long.
Habitat
Post oak savannah at ca. 69 m (227 ft) in elevation. Open, dry post oak/yaupon woods.
Location
Lick Creek Park, College Station, Brazos County, Texas, USA. College Station, Texas, USA
Date taken
July 2018
Scientific name
Heterodon platyrhinos
Equipment used
Canon
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Oh!!! Now that's another species you've come up with that I've not heard of before Stanley.

That's a right close, close-up too!!! Very well done my friend.
 
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I'm assuming you were standing over it? Hope you were wearing boots guy. ;)

A lovely image of this Snake Stanley.
 
You are brave getting so close to this slithery one, Stanley!
 
wow!! an impressive closeup, Stanley!!! looks like you've taken this picture at a close distance, brave shot!! many tfs!!
 

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