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                   Thursday, May 29, 2008 - 3:27PM

Black snake

By DAN ROBINSON
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Heard a bunch of commotion from birds and squirrels outside my window, and looked outside to see this guy chilling on the back porch, with the fearless gray cat sitting about a foot away closely inspecting it. He was at least six feet long when stretched out, and didn't seem to care that I got a within a couple feet to get some photos (black snakes are non-venomous and non-aggressive). I'm sure the chipmunks don't appreciate this new visitor - now they've got cats AND snakes after them.


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