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MaroonNation
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Member since Nov 2010
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re: Is this snake photoshopped?


Did anyone notice that there are leaves on the ground and the guy is in a long sleeved shirt with a tee shirt on over it. That snake should be hybrinating if the background is correct.





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HarryBalzack
At your mom's
Member since Oct 2012
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re: Is this snake photoshopped?


They'll move around some if the temp gets up into the 60s or their bed gets some sunlight on it.





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MaroonNation
Mississippi St. Fan
Starkville, Mississippi Bitch!
Member since Nov 2010
14941 posts

re: Is this snake photoshopped?




If tha snake was taken in MS I will say it probably was south MS. They get huge down there

Biggest timber rattler I ever saw ws killed in Poplarville.



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Spurticus
South Carolina Fan
Columbia, SC
Member since Apr 2011
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re: Is this snake photoshopped?


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Did anyone notice that there are leaves on the ground and the guy is in a long sleeved shirt with a tee shirt on over it. That snake should be hybrinating if the background is correct


Snakes don't hybrinate..they brumate, or go through
a state of brumation in the winter months. They
are much less active than in the spring / summer
but are not asleep or inactive. They don't roam
for long distances, and since their metabolism
is slowed down, they can go for 60-90 days without
eating, but if food is close, they will still
go after it. On warm winter days they will come
out to bask for long periods of time. They're
not seen as much during the winter, but it's
not uncommon to find them during the fall and
winter months.






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