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RE: jack of jaw strength

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Posted by: jodscovry at Sat Aug 6 22:21:58 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by jodscovry ]  
   

Though they all use the same habitats they are often found segregated, Indigos are usually the only ground dwelling snake in their own home range (350 Acres) as the Yellow ratsnakes will stay in the treeholes as much as possible. Coachwhips are found in dunes on beaches and in the center of the state where ancient dunes still exist as orange groves, the Racers have adapted to urban areas pretty well and also thrive in Flatwoods but only where Indigos arnt the most common snake. I also wanted to mention this, lets say a Pinesnake's brain is wired like a Tortise, a Coachwhips brain is wired much more like a bird of prey like a Hawk or Eagle, I also have an Iguana that reminds me of a Chicken. Anyway, the pics in my second post are the Indigos.


   

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