Heebie Geebies! (wild+animals ). Photo by nanapoo
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Heebie Geebies!

Uploaded by: nanapoo

Wednesday July 3, 2013


Caption: I thought this guy/gal gave me the heebie geebies until....while taking this shot....something dark, about 5 inches long, slimy crawled through the hole of my croc shoe!!! OMG!! I am a tomgirl, but I can't stand snakes!!

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7. nanapoo
2:11 PM GMT on July 04, 2013
Thanks for the comments!
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6. skwirlwind
3:07 AM GMT on July 04, 2013
This seems to be a black rat snake. They are harmless to people.
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5. meto234
9:31 PM GMT on July 03, 2013
Looks kinda like a black mamba, but don't think you have them in PA.
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4. WurzelDave
8:57 PM GMT on July 03, 2013
Erk, an hissing sid. :-)
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3. hoecat
8:43 PM GMT on July 03, 2013
I think snakes are awesome as long as they don't bite or smash me in their coils lol. Now spiders on the other hand , forget it I'm gone !!!
Nice pic also :)
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2. nanapoo
8:08 PM GMT on July 03, 2013
Fascinate you???? LOL Peter!! This is a harmless rat snake or black snake as far as I know. If it isn't, someone correct me! (well, harmless unless I have a heart attack) I bet Calicobass (Delana) would have picked it up :)
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1. Cowgazer
8:02 PM GMT on July 03, 2013
My Mum would be running for the hills, even at 90 years old!! Something compelling about Snakes they just fascinate me, lovely image .. what type is it?
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