Rhino Vipers Feeding in Stereo! (Graphic)

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Mike B in OKlahoma
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Rhino Vipers Feeding in Stereo! (Graphic)

Post by Mike B in OKlahoma »


Two captive (obviously) rhinocerous vipers chow down. One seems to be hoping that he can stealthily suck down the other's meal....But fortunately for the other snake, mice aren't like spaghetti!
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Post by Ken Ramos »

Nothing like a mouse buffet I always say. "Three Squeals," baby mice on a bed of rice and that is for real too! People actaully eat them :shock: Over in the orient some place, maybe China, I think. Pretty neat photograph there Mike :D , something we definitely don't see very often, unless it is a spider chow'n down. :roll:

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Post by beetleman »

Talk about being at the right place at the right time. They don`t feed snakes too often and a great capture to get them both in the same picture :shock: I bet you were very excited to get this shot Mike. :wink:
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Post by MacroLuv »

That's bon appetite. :shock:
That tree chunk looks like a snake's skin. 8)
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Post by Bruce Williams »

Really excellent action photo Mike. Kinda amusing too as the snake with the mouthful is understandably giving his/her buddy the evil eye.


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Post by Moebius »

Looks like the left snake already swallowed his meal...can see the second tail sticking out of his mouth. Trying to make a pig of itself.

Great picture of a dual feeding!


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