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We always hear the babies are more dangerous...

April 8 2017 at 6:47 PM

daveshoot  (Login daveshoot)
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Response to Be careful. A babie's venom is more concentrated than an adults

...because they don't regulate the amount of venom they inject. I don't know whether that's true or not. I decided to control for the uncertainty by killing every last one I find, regardless of size.

Anything that injects poison on my property, sucks.
Baby ones grow into large ones. Next door neighbor kilt a 6 footer about 20 yards from my fence, last year. It started as a baby.

I find other snakes intriguing and useful and do not kill them. This little bastard: Dead Right There.

I still have to weed whack the barnyard and I am not thrilled about tip-toeing through his relatives.

If anyone thinks this is a shame, I will be happy to box them up and send them, you pay shipping.

But they will be dead MFers when they arrive. Nice for hat bands and stuff.

 
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