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    Nightmares for peter and i....

    At the end of the day...I am still glad that I am me. Tail and all.

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    Good shot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by silvereyes View Post
    No worries Silver - there are no constrictor type snakes indigenous to America. Just the ones people import and keep as pets and then release into the wild, mostly in Florida.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Who View Post
    No worries Silver - there are no constrictor type snakes indigenous to America. Just the ones people import and keep as pets and then release into the wild, mostly in Florida.
    Iguanas have been falling out of trees just to the south. If the Everglades sees a hard freeze, it may wipe the Burmese pythons out, they have long been established as an invasive, along with tegu and monitor lizards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Who View Post
    No worries Silver - there are no constrictor type snakes indigenous to America. Just the ones people import and keep as pets and then release into the wild, mostly in Florida.
    Actually, quite a few constrictors are indeed indigenous, I think you meant to say python species, even the rosy boa is native to the SW.

    Rat snakes, king snakes, Indigo snakes and milk snakes are all native constrictors of the family colubridae. (among others)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Who View Post
    No worries Silver - there are no constrictor type snakes indigenous to America. Just the ones people import and keep as pets and then release into the wild, mostly in Florida.
    Many of them froze to death this last week.
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    Snake in the video is a green anaconda, no established populations are known to exist in the US (key word, Known) !

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    Quote Originally Posted by resister View Post
    Snake in the video is a green anaconda, no established populations are known to exist in the US (key word, Known) !
    Video was from south of the border.
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    Quote Originally Posted by resister View Post
    Actually, quite a few constrictors are indeed indigenous, I think you meant to say python species, even the rosy boa is native to the SW.

    Rat snakes, king snakes, Indigo snakes and milk snakes are all native constrictors of the family colubridae. (among others)
    Nothing that endangers a human being. Rodents and other small animals beware. Poisonous snakes are more of an issue for people if only because they may be allergic to the snake bite.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter1469 View Post
    Many of them froze to death this last week.
    That's probably a good thing. They are playing havoc with the natural fauna.
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