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    • That snake was obviously a Democrat!!
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      • This is why Islamist are afraid to behead liberals.
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        • YES !!!
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          • Damn. I killed one that was nearly 6 feet long a few weeks ago in my yard. After I cut his head and tail off he twitched and moved for a solid hour. I wondered if I touched his head if anything would happen but resisted the urge. Rattler had 9 buttons and I put it in some salt and preserved it. Looks really cool and is a hell of a conversation starter.
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            • Reptiles have an uncanny reflex system than can cause the severed head to bite when provoked. Here's some good advice: leave these reptiles alone, and don't play with their heads if you just have to remove it. FWIW, alligators and crocs can do the same thing!
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              • Iatros55
                Yep! Don't come to Florida!
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            • Zombie snake?
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                ElectronicCCST
                Nope. Just their nature and instincts as a last Chance attempt to get that ignorant dude to leave it ALONE, AKA don't touch it! How hard is that to really understand, especially when we're talking about pit vipers. They don't play if threatened, ever... I've witnessed snakes of all kinds crawl and wiggle with their bodies, HOURS after I shotgunned it in the head, vaporizing the head really, or "shoveled" it's head completely off. It's one of their slowly evolved defense mechanisms.
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            • Any kid who's ever seen a lizard's tail flipping around knows that a snake's head can still bite..
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              • BigChange
                That's correct, but ONLY if that kid takes his or her cell phone out from in front of their face long enough to pay attention to what they're actually doing at that moment, IF they can leave SnapChat, Twitter, or SpaceFace alone long enough to accomplish that...
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              • DrugDogDude
                It stands to reason that, if a kid sees the tail flipping around, his/her/its cell phone is not in front on their face!
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              • NeedsToBeSaid724
                Right. IF they saw it was the point, most kids wouldn't see it because they would be engrossed in their phone and wouldn't see a snake on the ground.
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