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Rat snake having dinner (8 imgs)

Discussion in 'Other Animals' started by JenGrace, May 15, 2007.

  1. I shoot primarily plants and animals (although I'm really interested in street right now). Here's a set of 8 of a rat snake eating a dead lizard. The rat snake was only about 8 or 10 inches long. If some of you saw this at DGrin, I apologize in advance. :wink:

    1. Sniffing out dinner.

    2. Found something to eat!

    3. "How do I get this thing in my mouth, anyways?"

    4. Get a grip!
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    5. "For my next act, I will dislocate my jaw and swallow this lizard whole!"

    6. "Down the hatch!"

    7. *slurp*

    8. "Now for a nap..."

    Hope you enjoyed!
  2. Fascinating Jen - excellent images!
  3. I did Enjoy them but not fond of snakes
  4. outstanding series Jen! Snakes are fascinating creatures.
  5. Flew


    Jan 25, 2005
    Excellent series Jen. Enjoy your street shooting, but please, don't stop shooting your wildlife, and posting the results here. :wink:
  6. Thanks for looking and commenting. :smile:

    I used to be neutral about snakes, but the more I learn about them the more I love them!

    Thanks, I think so too. :smile:

    Thanks for looking. :biggrin:

    Oh don't worry about that! :wink:
  7. Glacier


    Jan 17, 2006
    Boaz, Alabama
    Jen this is a great series!
  8. Jeff Lee

    Jeff Lee

    May 16, 2006
    One of my favorite snakes. WE'd all be up to our armpits in mice/rats without them. Lizard had dead a while it looks like.

    Interesting images.
  9. Thank you for the comment...I'm glad you like it. :cool: 

    Thanks for looking, Jeff. Snakes are important, that's for sure. :smile:
  10. Gr8Tr1x

    Gr8Tr1x Guest

    Super series.
  11. I was walking around a pond and just happened to look down and there it was! Talk about luck. :wink:

    Thanks for stopping to look. :smile:
  12. Excellent! Thanks for posting these.
  13. Neat series Jen. Nice catch. Did he taste like chicken after you grilled him up for lunch? *-)
  14. Excellent series! As a former owner of several snakes, including a few rats, I enjoyed this. Was this taken in the wild?
  15. tojor


    Jul 27, 2005
    Fascinating shots.
  16. Gale


    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    Super shots and series...
    Not sure I would have stood around for all those shots:>)))lol
  17. Thanks for looking! :smile:

    You know, he was a little too small for that. He would have shrunk down the size of an angel hair pasta noodle and wouldn't have been filling at all. :tongue:

    It was taken at a botanical garden in Orlando. Thanks for your kind comments. :smile:

    Thank you, I'm glad you liked them!

    Hehe, I like snakes though, so it wasn't a problem for me. Thanks for commenting. :biggrin:
  18. goldenburm

    goldenburm Guest

    great pics , I have today just got my D80 and here is my first shot of a snake! its a western hognose!

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  19. Hope you enjoy your D80...I enjoy mine! I love wild hognnoses when they play dead. Funniest thing to watch. :biggrin:
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