I just witnessed one snake fuck another snake while it was eating a frog. The frog got away after we killed the one snake. How was your day?
why the fuck would you do something so awful and unnecessary?
three cheers for this dumbass
That snake is deadly if you get bit. And I baby sit kids who play in that creek. So my neighbor killed it.
The snake is NOT VENOMOUS, its a NORTHERN WATER SNAKE they ONLY eat FISHES and FROGS. PLEASE DO YOUR RESEARCH OR CALL Animal Services.
excuse me, but this my friends is a water moccasin. they are dangerous as fuck. learn your shit.
And its not a WATER MOCCASIN. its a Northern Water
Snake. WATER MOCCASIN has BIG Triangular head with distinct markings, and a bulky short body. you’re the one who needed to learn.
Ignorance makes me sad…
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