Elaphe conspicillata

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LouB747
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Elaphe conspicillata

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As found in Tokyo, Japan


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Lou, that transition was pretty damn cool! I am jealous you get to go to Japan so often, honestly, one of my favorite vacation spots.

Keep em coming!

Bart

PS - Living in Reno, I am all too familiar with flying in ridiculous wind!! No thanks!!

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Lou, the video was outstanding. I never get tired of your stuff.
The beginning and the end (with you head next to the snake) were extremely clever.

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Awesome as usual Lou, that's a pretty cool snake. And I see that the old adage still holds true - "You can't teach an old dog new tricks". You're still herping in flip flops LMAO!!! :beer:

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Thanks guys! Yeah, still wearing sandals.

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:? Tagged by a hot yet Lou?

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JuanDowe wrote::? Tagged by a hot yet Lou?
No, not yet.

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I thought I was the only guy who herped in sandals... :lol:

Imagemud wasp toe by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

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