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RE: Look what I found...

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Posted by: natsamjosh at Tue May 24 22:21:47 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by natsamjosh ]  
   

>>Haha, I think had you found that snake like that we would be seeing the story on the news about someone who had their eyes and jaw fall directly on their back doorstep. But the photos were still a lot of fun. Great looking individual you have.

Thanks. Hopefully I won't be on the news. These days all it takes is one ignorant and busybody neighbor..

I have fun taking this guy out in the yard, he seems to really enjoy exploring and taking in all the sights and scents. One time I let him explore my little fish pond, and he dove down into the water for about 10 seconds. He came up with a sponge in his mouth! (I guess I had left a sponge in there after I scrubbed the algae off the side of the liner.) It may have been the funniest thing I've ever seen. And he did not want to let go of the it! It must have been a sight to see, me trying to pull a sponge out of his mouth. Of course, he dropped it as I was getting the camera out.


   

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