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Thread: Snakes on Trails

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    The Gyro Captain:
    No! It's *my* snake, I trained it, I'm going to eat it! I got a recipe for snake. Delicious. Fricassee of reptile. You are what you eat.


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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KvsTfeTcNps

    Snakes on a trail, mf snakes on a trail.

    haha.

    I put it in slow motion. From two nights ago down by the marina. When I rewatch on the video, I question how I didn't see him until the last second, but I guess I was looking past the jogger for others.

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    I spotted a truly ginormous snapper turtle at the edge of the CCT this morning. It had to weigh 30-40 pounds.

    Just a reminder that it's mating season for some species, and the normally aggressive and somewhat dangerous snapper turtles are even more so. I wouldn't think you'd have to tell people not to try to touch one, but better safe than sorry.

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