Days like today would have brought them out. Good to see you didn't do what most of us would have done, and ran the other way..
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Usually snakes just want to get away from you ...
Your in deep do do if you step on one , or generally aggravate them ..
Looking at the picture , he - she - it is flattening its neck/head , this is a warning to you ! Your too close , and the snake is taking a aggressive posture ...
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My dad has a reptile licence so we all have snakes as pets. Last year we looked after a red belly after it had been tangled in garden netting. They are a beautiful snake which I photograph from my dads back,
Beside a river, I had a red belly black pass between my legs, and it was not till I heard a rustle of grass that I saw it. In retrospect, given my view of the snake from above, how did I see its red belly. Marty, and now perplexed.