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Headless Rattlesnake #8822096 03/22/23 05:27 PM
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[video:youtube]https://www.youtube.com/shorts/LWsF6NlSMG0[/video]

He was a bit close to the house and I have a lot of kiddos and elderly folks that I look after up there.

Out in the woods they get a pass...around the casa, a different story. We ate this one and saved the skin.

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Re: Headless Rattlesnake [Re: Son of a Blitch] #8823317 03/25/23 02:29 AM
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My grandfather used to say, Cut the head off a snake and he won't die until the sun goes down. Meaning that muscles still react until they get cold. Seen movement like that several time over the years.



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