OK, so the black snake doesn’t need to make a ladder, doing just fine on his own by using the textured oak bark for ‘handholds.’
OK, so the black snake doesn’t need to make a ladder, doing just fine on his own by using the textured oak bark for ‘handholds.’ Kat Bergeron Special to the Sun Herald
OK, so the black snake doesn’t need to make a ladder, doing just fine on his own by using the textured oak bark for ‘handholds.’ Kat Bergeron Special to the Sun Herald

A slithering tale of a tail

June 04, 2017 12:00 AM

UPDATED June 04, 2017 12:00 AM

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