by Keegan Rowlinson
12:00 am in Digital, Florida, Kodak P850 Zoom, Portrait, Spring Hill, Wildlife by Keegan Rowlinson
This is a juvenile Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake,I think now it’s around 4′ long.
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I think I may have come across a few of these little fellas in my cycling travels on the Suncoast trail. The biggest one I saw was probably almost as big around as my forearm. Needless to say, I got off my bike and went around him. I think he knew how impressive he was and didn’t feel any need to move. Have you run across any coral snakes?
Keegan will be famous some day for taking photos of snakes.
Thanks Barry.And about the Coral snake question,I’ve caught two one average sized one up north in Gulf Hammock,and another in my back yard trying to crawl into the stucko of my house,my mother thought it was a kingsnake because it was around 4′long,sadly I wasn’t photographing,but I will get some photos of one soon.
What a great photo. Thanks!
I was cutting my lawn, when I almost cut-uped the snake, I feel is a dimondback. It’s a different snake than I’ve ever seen in Howell, New Jersey. It’s diffenitaly, not a gartner snake. The snake is only 12 inches long. I plan on transporting the snake to Manasquan Reserviour.
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