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BootButtonBears BootButtonBears
Adelaide
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snake28080.jpgMy brother works with Aboriginal people in some quite remote areas of South Australia.  Last week he was out on the Nullarbor Plains, and he came across this snake trying to swallow a lizard, tail first, and the lizard obviously letting the snake know that it is just not on!!!    After 20 minutes of trying, they both gave up and went off their own ways quite happy!!  An amazing sight isn't it?

SueAnn Past Time Bears
Flower Mound, Texas
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That is, indeed, amazing!  What a fantastic photo!  :clap:  :clap:  :clap:  :clap:  :clap:  :clap:

Carolyn Green Draffin Bears
Auckland New Zealand
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Glad that they could both go their own ways - great photo and thanks for sharing Chrisitne.

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Carolyn
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patsylakebears Patsy Lake Bears
Sydney
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Great photo Christine, and good to know they both gave up.

Jellybelly Bears Jellybelly Bears
Australia
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wow Christine!! I wonder whether a nature mag or something would like a photo like this.  Amazing!

Eileen Baird'sBears
Toronto
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bear_original Wow--very cool!

LisaAP Arcas designs
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What a fascinating photo! I'm so glad that they gave up the stalemate in the end. Yay for the lizard!  bear_grin

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Lisa

DebbieD Posts: 3,540

What an amazing photo!  So glad to hear they parted ways happily ....I bet that snake looked for a smaller/wimpier looking meal.   bear_laugh

Megelles Megelles
Brisbane
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Great photo!!!

Manuela Furry Critters
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fantastic photo, what a fight...

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Manuela

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