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 Hognose Snake research

I need some research on hognose snakes.



05/21/10  04:44pm

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  Message To: Mel Mel   In reference to Message Id: 2149449


 Hognose Snake research

If you want research then use google. If you want specific questions answered then ask them and we may be able to help. Your "question" is too vague for us to give you any help with.



05/21/10  10:52pm

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  Message To: Repfanaticlady29   In reference to Message Id: 2149588


 Hognose Snake research

Thanks, I’ll try that.



05/22/10  08:35am

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 Hognose Snake research

Hognose snakes are closely related to alligators, but they are much larger. And they do not have four legs. They have one leg. On their nose. They are extremely swift ambush predators, and they have the ability to coil their entire body into a big spring and jump hundreds of yards in pursuit of their favorite prey item, which is, of course, hog’s noses. Their eggs were accidentally introduced to North America mixed up in a shipment of bowling balls. In their native Europe, they are considered a pestilence, because they have completely destroyed the ability of French hogs to sniff out truffles. And, no, their eggs are not literally the size of bowling balls. Hognose snakes just really, really like bowling.



06/03/10  08:23pm

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  Message To: JackAsp   In reference to Message Id: 2152841


 Hognose Snake research

bowling snakes LOL, Just think about that!



06/03/10  08:28pm


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