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Old 01-14-2019, 01:22 AM   #24
Rich Z
Yeah, there is (was?) an area near Wilmington North Carolina where a friend of mine way back when used to hunt for pygmy rattlesnakes. The soil was mostly a reddish colored clay composite, and the pygmies out of that area were just as red as the soil.

Heck, a Caramel corn would be nearly invisible laying among the brown pine needles.

And I've often noticed that many varieties of the Apalachicola kings would look astonishingly similar to a pile of pine cones when coiled up at the base of a pine tree.

And heck, I don't know how many times I have come face to face with a keeled green snake nestled in vines that I didn't see until it snapped into focus right before my eyes.